The Supervisory Court accepted the request of the former mayor, who was sentenced to 3 years in prison
Genoa – The assignment to social services has been granted for Marta Vincenzi, the former mayor of Genoa sentenced to 3 years for the Fereggiano massacre, six victims during the flood of November 4, 2011.
The Supervisory court filed his decision a few minutes ago.
Vincenzi is charged with the crimes of multiple and false manslaughter (reports of reconstruction of the bogus event), she was sentenced to 5 years in the first two trials, but the Supreme Court then mitigated her responsibilities, having the sentence recalibrated in a new Appeal.
The Supervisory Court has also granted the former municipal manager the assignment to social services Gianfranco Delponte, sentenced to 3 years and 4 months, who will atone for his sentence by volunteering for the Community of Sant’Egidio.
Ok of the judges on the assignment to social services also for the former civil protection councilor Francesco Scidone, in turn sentenced to 3 years and 4 months, for which there was however already a favorable opinion from the Attorney General.
The magistrates of the Surveillance have also established that both Vincenzi, both Delponte and both Scidone pay additional sums as compensation to the Municipality, for figures between 15 and 20 thousand euros each. The charge is linked in particular to the final conviction for culpable disaster, a crime that certifies – according to the court – a behavior that is “harmful” to the entity that the convicts administered or directed.