Morandi, prescriptions already in 2023. 2 projects found: “Avoidable massacre”
The tragedy of the Morandi bridge, which cost the lives of 43 people, could have been avoided. Investigators are convinced of this, and among the thousands of papers seized they also found two projects, which if they had been implemented would have saved the viaduct. From the indictment of the Genoa Public Prosecutor’s Office – we read in the Corriere della Sera – it is clear that little would have been enough to save the victims of the collapse. Here the index is aimed at executives, managers and technicians of Autostrade per l’Italia (Aspi) and Spea who had to manage, monitor and repair the bridge. “But all those who in Anas and in the Ministry of Infrastructures did not guarantee supervision over them are also responsible … And who, called to examine the renovation project, failed to communicate the conditions of impressive deterioration in which the viaduct”.
In all – continues the Corriere – he makes 59 defendants, for whom the prosecutors have asked for the trial by signing a request of 2,260 pages. The preliminary hearing, in which the judge will decide if and when to indict them, will begin on October 15 and should end in December. The document of the Prosecutor’s Office closes with a sort of SOS. It is a list in chronological order that warns about the risk of prescription of the various crimes that are contested. From 2023 the omissions of official acts will begin to jump, from 2024 the computer fraud, from 2026 the murders and negligent injuries, in 2031 the attack on transport safety … The first crimes, minor, are destined to fall. In fact, it is difficult for three degrees of judgment to be celebrated by 2024.