Suarez and the "farce" examination, closed investigation: Juve lawyer among the suspects

According to the prosecutor, the lawyer of the Juventus club is a "moral competitor and instigator"
luis suarez (ansa)
Luis Suarez (Ansa)

Investigation closed on the "farce" exam of Italian taken by Luis Suarez at the University for Foreigners of Perugia in September 2020.

The Prosecutor of Perugia notified the notice of conclusion of the investigations to the former rector Giuliana Grego Bolli, the then general manager Simone Olivieri, the professor Stefania Spina and the lawyer Maria Cesarina Turco. Ideological falsity and disclosure and use of official secrets, these are the crimes hypothesized for various reasons.

In the notice of conclusion of the investigations (which is notified when the prosecutor believes that he does not have to proceed with the filing of the file) Turco is indicated as the "lawyer appointed by Juventus football club spa", accused of having been a "moral competitor and instigator" in relation to the crime of ideological falsehood. Together with Grego Bolli, Spina, Olivieri and Lorenzo Rocca (who has already negotiated), Turco must answer that he falsely attested that the establishment of the extraordinary exam session for the certification of knowledge of Italian, held on 17 September " was motivated by logistical needs (connected to the occupation of the classrooms) and security (connected to the need to avoid gatherings in relation to the Covid emergency), when instead the session was set up 'ad personam' only to allow the player Suarez to obtain, in the times required by the Juventus sports club and at the outcome of a fictitious examination procedure "the linguistic certification, necessary for the player - long among the Juventus market objectives - to obtain Italian citizenship.

During the investigations, the prosecutor of Perugia, which coordinated the activities of the financial police, among other things listened to Suarez himself and the Juve president Andrea Agnelli as witnesses.

(Unioneonline / L)

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