File image of Maradona.© AFP
Eight medical workers will be on trial for alleged criminal negligence in the death of Argentine football legend Diego Maradona made public on Wednesday according to a court decision. No date has been set for the trial of Eight over Maradona’s death in 2020, which prosecutors say was due to an “omission” by his caregivers, who told him “his fate” while hospitalized at home. for” was left. Maradona died in 2020 at the age of 60, while recovering from brain surgery for a blood clot and a decades-long battle with cocaine and alcohol addiction.
Four others, including neurosurgeon and family doctor Leopoldo Luque, psychiatrist Augustina Kosakov, psychologist Carlos Diaz, medical coordinator Nancy Forlini and nurses, were placed under the scanner.
Prosecutors have demanded that he be tried for negligent murder.
He claims that mismanagement by the team had put the football legend in a “state of helplessness”.
The accused faces a prison sentence of eight to 25 years.
According to prosecutors, the defendants were “heroes of an unprecedented, utterly deficient and careless hospitalization at home”, allegedly responsible for “a series of improvisations, management failures and deficiencies”.
Maradona is widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers in history.
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