The former Italian prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi faces, at 81 years, a new judicial process for being suspicious of having bought a witness, specifically the pianist of the mansion of Arcore, near Milan, where he celebrates his famous festivals. (L) The employer is still awaiting the decision of the Court of Strasbourg to decide on his disqualification to exercise public office and a few months after the general elections to be held in Italy next spring and in which he has Announced his firm intention to participate.
In relation to his controversial evenings, the tycoon has been going through various lawsuits of which so far has emerged unscathed. His most immediate appointment, and known so far, with justice will begin predictably in January 2018 in Milan, within the Ruby ter process (the least with which he allegedly had relations), where he is accused of bribing witnesses, including numerous women who They went to their parties. The girls would have received 10 million euros to keep their silence.
In the field of this last cause, the judges of Milan decided this Thursday that it is the Court of Siena that judged Berlusconi by the purchase of the silence of the pianist Danilo Mariani, who played those nights in which according to him celebrated "elegant dinners" and that for the Investigators were more like binge. He is accused of inducing him to offer false testimony. In this, the excavaliere was charged with crimes of child prostitution and abuse of power, crimes of which he was acquitted by the supreme.
Two other fascicles arose from this controversial trial: Ruby bis, in which some of his collaborators were condemned for pimping and the last one, ' Ruby Ter ', which inquires about the purchase of silences of the participants of those dinners. In this case Berlusconi is also accused of having bought with money and gifts the statements of the women who softened their testimonies so as not to prejudice him in previous trials.