Marco Di Nunzio, an Italian who posed as the heir of former Prime Minister Berlusconi, was arrested in Cartagena

Marco Di Nunzio, an Italian who posed as the heir of former Prime Minister Berlusconi, was arrested in Cartagena
Marco Di Nunzio, an Italian who posed as the heir of former Prime Minister Berlusconi, was arrested in Cartagena

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For alleged falsification of documents and irregularities in procedures for the issuance of identification cards, he was captured in the city of Cartagena. Marco Di Nunzio, an Italian citizen who claims to be Silvio Berlusconi’s heir.

From abroad it is known that last February he tried to authenticate a power of attorney to his lawyer in Italy so that the procedures pertaining to the inheritance, of which he is supposedly the beneficiary, could be carried out there. for being a representative in Colombia of the Forza Italia political party.

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According to the captured, Berlusconi left him around 20 million euros. However, so far he has only received legal action against him for the times he has tried to falsify documents.

In fact, in the face of justice in Colombia, Marco Di Nunzio, supervised the Registry Office, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Prosecutor’s Officewith the argument that they prevent “achieve or pursue legitimate life aspirations.”

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They already know about the man in the registry offices of Barranquilla and Cartagena, as far as it has gone in its attempt to validate the records. There, however, the only thing he has achieved is to demonstrate that he acted outside the law and, consequently, the cancellation of your citizenship card.

To leverage his version, he has said that in the Notaria of Naples there is the will where Berlusconi, in which he left him 2% of the shares of the deceased politician’s business group, according to Caracol Radio.

In Colombia, the foreigner has experienced particular situations. For example, months ago he was the victim of a robbery of 1.2 billion pesos when I visited the city of Medellín. Of this fact, he said that the authorities recovered the money from him and captured those responsible.

In any case, as long as he manages to demonstrate that he is supposedly not a fake, and dispute the accusation that the Prosecutor’s Office will make against him, the man will be in the custody of the Colombian justice system.

 
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