The questioned lawyer issued a statement in which he anticipated that he will ask “to be investigated until the end.”
The lawyer and man closest to Diego Maradona in recent years, Matías Morla, published a statement this Thursday in which he directly questioned those who were in the care of the star at the time of his death, spoke of “criminal idiocy“and assured that he will ask” to be investigated until the end. “
“As for the report of the San Isidro Prosecutor’s Office, it is inexplicable that for 12 hours my friend had no attention nor control by the health personnel dedicated to these ends, “wrote Morla, who does not participate in the wake at the Casa Rosada.
And he added that “the ambulance took half an hour to arrive, which was a criminal idiocy“.
The lawyer, highly questioned by Dalma and Giannina Maradona, who in recent years accused him of taking him away from his family, assured that he will ask “that the consequences are investigated until the end“.
As reported by the San Isidro prosecutor’s office through a statement, a nephew was the last to see Maradona alive. The data arises from testimonial statements made in court by the cook, the psychiatrist who treated him and a neighbor who is a doctor and who collaborated with the resuscitation task before the arrival of the other professionals.
It is that same statement, the justice requires that, after 11:30 on Wednesday, Maradona’s psychologist and psychiatrist arrived at the property and were the first to enter the room on the ground floor of the house located in the private neighborhood of San Andrés.
“Both spoke verbally to the former soccer player, who appeared to be sleeping and did not respond, so they requested that Esposito and Maradona’s assistant enter the bedroom,” the report states, adding that “they try to wake him up and without observing, in principle, The existence of vital signs requires the presence of the nurse and the psychiatrist, who perform unsuccessful CPR maneuvers “.
Morla, confronted with the star’s family, does not participate in the massive wake at the government house: “I made my farewell with him in person and the wake should be an intimate and family moment,” he wrote in the statement.