Rende, councilor Munno’s house arrest revoked: he is under investigation for having received money unduly


By John

More attenuated precautionary measure for the former councilor of the Municipality of Rende Pino Munno, as part of the “Malarintha” trial. The Cosenza court in collegial composition – president Francesco Luigi Branda alongside Urania Granata and Iole Vigna – at the request of the lawyer Gianluca Garritano has house arrest was revoked from the former member of the Manna executive (executive, among other things, dissolved due to mafia infiltration as a result of the investigation called “Reset” coordinated by the Catanzaro DDA). The judge granted the most attenuated precautionary measure, the obligation to reside in the municipality of Rende, despite the contrary opinion of the Prosecutor’s Office represented in the courtroom by the public prosecutor Giuseppe Visconti. The former councilor is accused of embezzlement and corruption. According to the investigation coordinated by the head of the Prosecutor’s Office Mario Spagnuolo would have received the sum of 5,000 euros to ensure that a company won the tender for the seismic adaptation works of the municipal building of San Vincenzo La Costa. Furthermore, the former administrator is said to have had the printer of the San Pietro in Guarano forestry carabinieri barracks repaired with Rende Servizi funds and to have favored himself for the construction of a kennel/cemetery.