Mercoledì, 17 Ottobre 2018

Dacco' sentenced to nine years for Milan hospital graft


Milan, June 11 - An Italian appeals court on Tuesday
sentenced Milanese businessman Pierangelo Dacco' to nine years
in prison for embezzling money through the San Raffaele hospital
in Milan.
This was a year less than the 10 years Dacco' got from the
court of first instance in October.
According to the court, Dacco' helped create the so-called
"San Raffaele system", whereby entrepreneurs who worked under
contract for the hospital would intentionally overbill clients
and give the difference to Dacco' who used the money for slush
He was also found guilty of misappropriating assets and tax
Mario Valsecchi, the former director of the hospital, has
already served 2 years and 10 months in prison.
Dacco' is also part of a separate multi-million-euro fraud
investigation into the Pavia-based Maugeri health-care
Prosecutors say Dacco' spent 4.5 million euros on three
yachts and lent them to former Lombardy Governor Roberto
Formigoni, an ally of former premier Silvio Berlusconi.
Formigoni, who resigned amid swirling scandals along with
the rest of the regional government at Christmas, has denied

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