The Cassation ordered it. According to Antimafiaduemila (read), the memories of PCs and mobile phones, cards and information supportware were returned to the journalist of Il Fatto Quotidiano, Marco Lillo, and to the art director of the newspaper, Fabio Corsi. The seizure was ordered, in July 2017, by the public prosecutor of Naples after the publication of the book “Di Padre in Figlio” (“From father to son”) by Marco Lillo, on the alleged irregularities in the awarding of procurement contracts by CONSIP, the central purchasing body of the public administration), and on the role of the father of the former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. On the morning of 5 July 2017, the homes of the journalist and of the reporter who lived with him, of his relatives, of Fabio Corsi and of the newsroom staff of the newspaper were searched.
PRECEDENTS – From 2011 to today, in Lazio, Ossigeno has detected 720 serious violations of the freedom of the press and of expression committed with illicit acts, acts of violence, and of abuse against journalists, bloggers, video operators, photo reporters, publishers, whose names are published in the Observatory’s Table. In 2017, 141 names were added to this list.