The prosecutor: “Galli favored the recruitment of some candidates” – As a professor at the University of Milan, Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences al Sacco, and director of the Infectious Diseases department, Massimo Galli would have “troubled” with “promises and collusions” the procedure for hiring on a fixed-term basis ” 4 biologist executives “to favor” two candidates “in particular. This is one of the episodes contested by the infectious disease specialist, as the prosecutor writes in the decree, specifying that he would have acted in competition with the general director of Asst Fatebenefratelli Alessandro Visconti and with his colleague Manuela Nebuloni.
Contest “rigged” – Also according to the prosecutor, Galli would have rigged the “competition” to favor a winning candidate and would have committed a forgery as a member of the “selection board” on the “candidate evaluation” report on February 14, 2020. He would have certified that the “prospectus containing the scores attributed were the result of the collegial work “, while it was” agreed “only later.
Virologist Andreoni also investigated – A well-known virologist on the front line during the Covid emergency is also investigated for the same story of the alleged competitions: it is Massimo Andreoni, full professor at Sapienza in Rome, scientific director of the Italian Society of Infectious Diseases and head physician at the Tor Vergata Polyclinic . Andreoni answers falsely in competition with Galli and other colleagues as a member of the jury of the competition launched in July 2020 for a second-tier professor at the University of Turin.
The prosecutor of the Lombard capital also carried out four requests for the delivery of deeds and documents with possible search in the event of non-delivery, nine requests for the delivery of deeds and documents; nine decrees for the presentation of original documentation, including the acquisition of the contents of the e-mail boxes of 29 personal e-mails from teachers and used in universities.