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'Diego wanted to live, death was avoidable,' said Verónica Ojeda's partner

2020-11-30T19:28:35.880Z

Mario Baudry took aim at the doctor Leopoldo Luque and the psychiatrist. He assured that he had a good relationship with Maradona, as it came to light in an audio.



11/30/2020 11:16 AM

  • Clarín.com

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Updated 11/30/2020 11:25 AM

Mario Baudry, current partner of Verónica Ojeda, appeared this Monday at the San Isidro prosecutor's office in legal representation of Diego Fernando, the son he had with Diego Maradona, whom he also seeks to involve in the cause of the death of the Ten as an individual victim .

And there he left a forceful phrase. 

"Diego wanted to live. In our understanding,

death was avoidable,

" said the lawyer when he left the prosecution.

And he added: "In the previous hospitalization, when he was in Ezeiza, he had a highly complex ambulance at the door, a 24-hour clinical doctor and there was a private hospital waiting for him in any circumstance. All that was not there.

In this sense, he continued: "We are going to request that all those who participated in Diego's care be investigated to the last consequences in the event that there was abandonment of a person, because there were neither the appropriate elements, nor the medication for him. heart, or clinical studies. "

Baudry indicated that he had a good relationship with Maradona, as it came to light in an audio that the star sent him.

"Hi Mario, this is Diego speaking, I know this will seem incredible to you but I see Vero well, he told me that he is with you", begins by saying Ten to Sergio Berni's also chief of staff.


"Take care of her a lot, and by the way you take care of my angel who is unmatched by anything," added the former soccer player in that message, who died last Wednesday at the age of 60.

News in development.

JPE

Source: clarin

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