Carabiniere dead, family statement: “We want to know how he was treated”

The relatives of the major marshal Emanuele Calligaris write to the prosecutor

CASSACCO. The family is unable to find peace and wants to clarify the causes that led to the sudden death of Major Marshal Emanuele Calligaris, 46 years old on September 3, who died in the late afternoon of Tuesday at the hospital in Udine due to a hemorrhage cerebral.

The 46-year-old’s wife, Adrien, assisted by the Udine lawyer Roberto Mete, presented, through her lawyer, a written complaint in her own hand, which was forwarded, late yesterday evening, in order to speed up the investigative activities. Today, however, a second more detailed and detailed statement on the chronology of the medical interventions that have taken place on the patient will be sent to the Public Prosecutor’s Office. “I can only confirm that a further complaint will be formalized – the words of the lawyer Roberto Mete – so that the public prosecutor can carry out the investigative activity suitable for assessing the correct management of the patient by the medical staff, right from the first aid”. The investigative evaluation requested, as per the defender’s statement, should have no bearing on the administration of the AstraZeneca vaccine, which Calligaris received on March 4th. At the moment the prosecutor has not ordered an autopsy.

Wife Adrien mourns a loving husband and father ever present in her son’s life. «He was a point of reference for us. A wonderful man, an irreplaceable life partner, who loved his family and his job. Now we want to clarify what happened ». After attending the teaching institute, Emanuele Calligaris, who lived in Montegnacco di Cassacco with his family, enlisted in 1995 as an auxiliary carabiniere. After almost a year and a half spent in Coccau, in 1996 he was transferred to the Novara carabinieri station. After 2000 he attended the Marshals School of Florence.

A long career within the Arma, that of Calligaris. First transferred to the Novate Mezzola station, in the province of Sondrio, from August 2002 to May 30, 2003, the 46-year-old was then moved to the carabinieri station in Nova Levante, in the province of Bolzano, from May 31, 2003 to September 10, 2006. It was during those years of service that he had met Adrien, who would later become his wife, and had also learned to love the mountains, a great passion that had consolidated over the years.

Major Marshal Calligaris, also in 2006, by virtue of his excellent knowledge of the German language, began his experience at the Thörl-Maglern Joint Cooperation Center, where he remained until 2015, when he was transferred to the administrative service of the Legion carabinieri of Udine. Colleagues remember him with particular affection and esteem. A Udinese Calcio fan, Emanuele Calligaris was also a blood donor. Those who knew him well describe the forty-six year old as a reserved person and always available to help others.

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