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Killed in the square: evidentiary incident on 11 October

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To collect the testimonies, on some conflicting points

(ANSA) – MILAN, OCTOBER 04 – The probative incident requested by the Prosecutor’s Office in the investigation will take place on 11 October in the court of a gunshot in a square of the town Youns El Boussettanoui of Moroccan origins.

The probative incident will be used above all to collect the testimonies, on some discordant points, of three people present that evening, two of whom could become unavailable as they are not regular in Italy.

According to one of the witnesses, who will be heard on 11 October in the investigation that sees Adriatici under investigation for culpable excess of self-defense, the politician would have fired at arm’s length. Circumstance not reported by the other two texts. The investigating judge Maria Cristina Lapi ordered the hearing with the formula of the probative incident (which will have the value of proof in the process) “considering that the investigative documents requested (by the Prosecutor’s Office ed.) Are relevant because they would allow to obtain fundamental evidence for the verification of the accusatory hypothesis “.

The judge also believes that “the recruitment of persons informed on the facts cannot be postponed to the hearing given that they do not have a regular residence permit and, although they are currently residing in Voghera, they could become unavailable in the future, since they do not appear to have strong ties with the territory “.

The investigating judge, sharing the reasons of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, which also adheres to the defenders of Adriatici, Gabriele Pipicelli and Colette Gazzaniga, then arranges the probative incident “with a view to consecration and clarification” of the depositions.

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