Francesco Schettino comes out of prison to work: he will digitize the records of the Ustica trial

The former commander of the Costa Concordia has matured the time to access alternative measures to detention. He will be employed at the Central Institute for sound and audiovisual assets of the State and will be responsible for digitizing the cards of major Italian processes

 schettino_645.jpg Francesco Schettino. The wreck of the costa concordia Photo Video

Francesco Schettino, ten years after the sinking of the Costa Concordia, leaves prison to start a new life. He will be employed at the Central Institute for sound and audiovisual assets of the State and will be responsible for digitizing the papers of major Italian trials starting from the proceedings and investigations on Ustica. Photo | video | audio

Costa Concordia, the shipwreck 10 years later. Francesco Schettino will soon be released from prison: the former commander is a model inmate - guard

SENTENCED TO 16 YEARS - The former commander of the Costa Concordia is serving a 16-year prison sentence in Rebibbia after the tragedy on the island of Giglio which caused the death of 32 people on 13 January 2012. For years he has spent his time attending university courses in law and journalism and has matured the time to access alternative measures to detention.

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NO THERE PROCESS REVIEW - In July, the request for a review of the trial was rejected by the European Court of Human Rights. In all these years the defense of the former commander - consisting of the lawyers Saverio Senese, Pasquale De Sena, Paola Astarita, Irene Lepre and Donato Staino - has raised but unsuccessfully the question regarding the charge of manslaughter; the other charges of which he was found guilty are injuries, shipwreck, abandonment of the ship, failure to communicate to the authorities.

Source: oggi.it