Three judges upheld a year-old indictment by prosecutors for ‘reckless and inefficient work’ within the remedy of the participant.
Eight healthcare staff will go on trial over the loss of life of soccer legend Diego Maradona after being charged with “murder by negligence”, Argentinian media reported on Wednesday.
The footballing nice, who led Argentina to a second World Cup title in 1986, died aged 60 on November 2020, from coronary heart failure after present process mind surgical procedure days earlier.
Three judges from an appeals court docket in San Isidro, a city on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, rejected defence appeals for a lesser cost and upheld a year-old indictment by prosecutors for “reckless and inefficient work” within the remedy of the previous Boca Juniors and Napoli participant, TV channel TN reported.
Neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque and psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov are accused of failing to look after Maradona.
Maradona’s medical group additionally included psychologist Carlos Diaz, medical doctors Nancy Forlini and Pedro Di Spagna, nursing coordinator Mariano Perroni and nurses Ricardo Almiron and Dahiana Madrid.
In line with studies from November 11 to 25, Maradona lived in a rented residence exterior Buenos Aires; two nurses accompanied him after being discharged from the clinic the place Neurosurgeon Luque carried out his surgical procedure.
In line with El Pais, Maradona’s medical group persistently said that he was a affected person who was tough to deal with. The newest image of Maradona, taken 10 days earlier than his loss of life, confirmed him hugging Luque with a bandage on his head after the operation.
The date of the proceedings has but to be set, however they’re unlikely to start earlier than subsequent 12 months, the court docket stated on Tuesday.
Maradona, who received the World Cup with Argentina in 1986, died on November 25, 2020.
His post-mortem confirmed he died of pure causes.