Eleven doctors probed over death of Ruby-trial witness

Investigation into whether Imane Fadil could have been saved

(ANSA) - ROME, JAN 22 - Eleven doctors working at a hospital in the province of Milan have been put under investigation in relation to the death of Imane Fadil, a key witnesses in the 'Ruby' trials against former premier Silvio Berlusconi.
    The 34-year-old Moroccan model, who was a witness regarding allegations Berlusconi paid an underage prostitute and sought to influence court evidence regarding the so-called 'bunga bunga' parties at his home, died in March 2019 after over a month of agony at the Humanitas hospital in Rozzano.
    Putting the doctors under investigation is necessary for court-appointed experts to be able to draft reports into whether there was a connection between the woman's death and the medics' conduct.
    Fadil died of aplastic anemia. (ANSA).


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