Two doctors and two nurses are under investigation in Rome in relation to the death of migrant Wissem Abdel Latif, who died on November 28, 2021, while hospitalized.
According to what Repubblica writes today, the charges against them are manslaughter and falsehood due to omission in the medical record.
The 26-year-old would have died, according to what emerges from a coroner's consultation, due to a mix of sedatives that were injected to calm him down.
The man had been hospitalized in the psychiatric service of the ASL 3, hosted by the San Camillo hospital.
According to the consultation, someone dosed him with a third drug, in addition to the two prescribed sedatives.
A medicine that no one has noted in file.
The man was also tied to the bed.
The Tunisian citizen had arrived at the Psychiatric Service on November 25 with the diagnosis of psychoaffective schizophrenia.
He had already spent two days at the Grassi hospital in Ostia.
Even earlier, he had been locked up in the CPR of Ponte Galeria.