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Letter of Antonio Logli at the Fourth Grade:”I will struggle until the end to prove my innocence”

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Published on Oct 05, 2019

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In the episode Fourth Grade in wave 4 October 2019, was read a letter written by Antonio Logli, addressed to the conductor, Gianluigi Nuzzi and journalist Francesca Carollo, who in the last year has been so much in contact with the husband of Roberta Ragusa, following step by step the evolution of the story.

In his letter, Antonio Logli reiterates what he said in the last year in television, and always, after the death of his wife, in the three processes that have seen the defendant. He reiterates his innocence and says he is ready to fight to the end to prove that you have not done anything to his wife.

“Dear Gialuigi and Francesca how are you?” so begins the letter that Antonio Logli, who has been definitely convicted for the murder of Roberta Ragusa and the concealment of his corpse has addressed to the transmission Network 4. “Thank you for giving voice to my words,” continued the man in his letter. Logli then wrote: “As you know, the condemnation became final, and this has sparked in me an anger deep“. Antonio Logli also underlines what for him is the worst aspect of this story. The sentence was also for his children: they will have to live without dad.

Logli in his letter to the Fourth Degree speaks of a justice that is deaf that went one way. Then he speaks of two witnesses who were not heard, he said, by those who would have to take the decision. The Logli in his letter recalls the testimony of Campisi ready to confirm that Roberta in the evening that is missing is the climb, after being out of the house, on a Suv with dark. This would demonstrate his innocence. Then add the second testimony of the woman who, the day after the death of Roberta, he says he saw her in a supermarket in Pisa.

“I have been condemned for what I said, for what I have said, for the expressions of my face,” continues Antonio Logli, in a letter to the Fourth Degree. “I was condemned by all already the first of the processes,” emphasises the Logli who speaks of the false news reported by newspapers and tv. “No, I was never evaluated for what they are,” says Logli in which he stressed that he had loved his wife. “They are held in prison unjustly and I pray to God because he sees and provides,” concludes the Logli reiterating his innocence and saying that he was ready to fight until the end of his days to prove that you have not done harm to Roberta.

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