The announcement on Facebook: “He had called me a ‘livid fired’, someone who was ‘silent until paid’ and only became courageous after being ‘sent away’ by Fatto Quotidiano”
Wild Lucarelli was convicted of defaming Sandra Amurri, a former journalist of Fatto Quotidiano. About her The journalist announces it on her Facebook profile, recalling that Lucarelli had called her ‘licious fired’ following her dismissal from the newspaper directed by Marco Travaglio three years ago. “You – writes Amurri who accompanies the post with a photo that portrays you together with the lawyers who assisted you – less than an hour after the news of the closure of ‘Non è l’Arena’, instead of addressing a thought to your colleagues she went out of her way to tweet: ‘The newsrooms are chasing the news that there would be law enforcement in Massimo Giletti’s house, as well as in some administrative offices’ False news, obviously, today, she was convicted of defaming me, true news . He had called me a ‘licious fired’, someone who was ‘silent until paid’ and only became courageous after being ‘kicked away’ from the FQ. False news, of course. Thanks to lawyer Simona Cardinali and lawyer Francesco de Minicis (with me in the photo) for following me with particular care and affection”.