Ill-treatment in RSA managed by nuns, in 6th trial – Sardinia

Ill-treatment in RSA managed by nuns, in 6th trial – Sardinia
Ill-treatment in RSA managed by nuns, in 6th trial – Sardinia
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The operators of the structure go to the Court in Cagliari in January

There will be a trial for the alleged mistreatment in the “Monsignor Angioni” assisted health residence in Flumini di Quartu, managed by the religious congregation of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. Six operators and managers of the RSA have in fact been indicted and will have to appear before the judges of the Court of Cagliari next January. All are accused of ill-treatment, harassment and humiliation of some of the guests of the facility, especially patients with Alzheimer’s or other serious pathologies.

The investigation by the prosecutor Maria Virginia Boi ended with the request for indictment of eight people. Six of them chose the ordinary rite, while two opted for alternative rites: for Rita Contu, the non-place to proceed was pronounced due to the statute of limitations, while Letizia Contu plea bargained for two years with a suspended sentence.

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