Alberto Stasi has a job as an accountant outside prison. For four months

The 39-year-old convicted of the murder of his girlfriend Chiara Poggi leaves the Bollate cell every day, following the strict requirements imposed by the surveillance court

 alberto-stasi-3 Alberto Stasi is serving a 16-year sentence for the Garlasco crime Photo Video

For four months, Alberto Stasi has left his cell at the Bollate prison every day to work as an accountant. The 39-year-old is serving a 16-year sentence for the murder of his girlfriend Chiara Poggi, which took place in Garlasco on August 13, 2007. - photo | video

Alberto Stasi, the Cassation confirms the sentence: he is the murderer of Chiara Poggi. The video Alberto Stasi, the Cassation confirms the sentence: he is the murderer of Chiara Poggi. Video

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THE CASE - Alberto has always declared himself innocent, saying that at the time of the crime he was working on his degree thesis on the PC. Chiara was killed in the family villa, while the rest of her loved ones were on vacation. The boyfriend was immediately suspected. Stopped, the investigating judge did not confirm his arrest. He chose the abbreviated procedure and was acquitted in the first instance: he turned out to have an alibi. The prosecution argued that he could not have gotten blood on his shoes. But not even those of the carabinieri who had entered the house first were dirty. And then there was the PC's alibi: he would have had to be very quick to kill her. Matter of minutes. There was no motive. And the weapon too. Thus he ended up acquitted even on appeal. But then the Cassation annulled the sentence and in an appeal bis, on 17 December 2014, they sentenced him to 16 years.

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THE SUPERVISORY COURT - The supervisory court, as the Corriere della Sera , has however recently accepted his request for external work - initially rejected by the judge - with strict prescriptions on the times of exit and return to the cell, on the means of transport used and on the itineraries from which he cannot deviate. In the reasons, the court 'confides that the reactivation of contacts with the outside world and of managing work and personal relationships can favor a deeper psychological excavation'. And again: 'Never as in this case should the penalty have a reparative purpose that is not only external, as well as preventive'.

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