Italy’s judiciary has a case against a maritime defender Carola racket Set. A court approved an application by the Agrigento Public Prosecutor’s Office to drop the investigation against the German maritime defender. A spokesperson for the aid organization C-Watch announced this to the AFP news agency.
At the time, the racket was accused of opposing a ship belonging to the Italian Coast Guard during a docking maneuver at Lampedusa. Three days after his arrest, a court ordered the release of the rescuer, arguing that he had saved his life by his actions. This decision was later followed by the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation. However, the original proceedings against the racket remained pending.
The court in Agrigento, Sicily “recognized the need to save lives,” the racket’s lawyer, Salvatore Tesorio, told the Adenkronos news agency.
The case of the German worker attracted the attention of the whole of Europe two years ago. It also gave rise to the rigid immigration policy of the then Italian Interior Minister. Matteo Salvini Directed by the right-wing Lega Party.
In September Salvini had to respond to the court on charges of deprivation of liberty and abuse of office, as in August 2019 he refused entry to the port of Lampedusa for six days for the Spanish rescue ship “Open Arms” with 147 migrants done.