Sicilian couple poisoned on honeymoon, three accused acquitted

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Two married couples from Messina risked dying from carbon monoxide poisoning in a hotel room in Ragusa on August 27, 2017. The three accused were acquitted for not having committed the act. It is undeniable that the incident occurred, but in the first instance, they are not responsible. The sentence was pronounced by the judge monocratic of the Court of Ragusa, Elio Manent.

The prosecutor who had requested 8 months of imprisonment for Angelo Gulino, owner of the De Stefano Palace hotel (defended by lawyers Fabrizio Cavallo and Carmelo Di Paola), and 10 months for the engineer designer of thermal and water systems Francesco Minardi (defended by lawyer Guglielmo Barone) and Nunzio Cilia as the executor of the installation works of two boilers placed in operation three years and one year before the incident (defended by lawyers Maurizio Catalano and Biagio Giudice); the trial involved the Antiqua hotels Group snc company as a civilly liable party – owner of the structure – whose legal representative is Giuseppe Greco (represented by lawyer Massimo Garofalo).

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