Eight individuals who took treatment of the Argentinian football superstar Diego Maradona will certainly be pursued murder, according to a ruling released on Wednesday adhering to an examination right into his fatality from heart arrest.
In the 236-page paper seen by Reuters, the court accountable of the instance questioned "the behaviours-- active or by noninclusion-- of each of the charged which brought about as well as added to the realisation of the unsafe result".
The judgment said eight individuals including physicians, registered nurses as well as a psycho therapist that looked after Maradona at the time of his fatality in 2020 are accused of "straightforward murder," a severe cost that implies taking a life with intent.
A medical board selected to check out Maradona's death wrapped up in 2021 that his medical team acted in an "unsuitable, lacking and also careless manner".
Maradona was taken into consideration one of the best football players in background, though the petite player nicknamed "Pelusa" for his long mane of hair and also "D10S" as a play on the Spanish word for "God" utilizing the number on his t-shirt, fought drug and also alcohol abuse for years.
Mario Baudry, an attorney for one of Maradona's boys, informed Reuters that the World Mug winner was "in a situation of vulnerability" by the time of his death.
Maradona passed away on 25 November 2020, at the age of 60.
"As quickly as I saw the reason, I said it was homicide," he stated.
"I defended a lengthy time and here we are, with this phase finished".
Argentinian prosecutors started examinations soon after Maradona's fatality at a residence near Buenos Aires, consisting of purchasing searches of residential properties of his individual physician and probing others associated with his care.
The accuseds called in the judgment were: Maradona's neurosurgeon as well as personal medical professional, Leopoldo Luque; his psychoanalyst, Agustina Cosachov; his psychologist, Carlos Diaz; two nurses, Gisella Madrid and Ricardo Almiron; their manager, Mariano Perroni; and also 2 doctors, Pedro Di Spagna as well as Nancy Forlini.
The defendants have rejected responsibility for Maradona's death.
The judge claimed lawyers for some of them had asked for the case be dismissed.
Vadim Mischanchuk, a lawyer for Cosachov, stated they would appeal against the decision, adding that the psychoanalyst's location of treatment had no connection with the cause of fatality.
"A guilty event is being looked for in all prices as well as neutrality is being lost," the lawyer said.
Reuters might not immediately get to the offenders or the other legal representatives for comment.
The criminal activity of "basic homicide" in Argentina typically leads to a prison sentence of in between 8 and 25 years, according to the country's penal code.
There is no set day for the test yet.