Fri, 28 June 2013. A minor branch of the sex scandal trial gravitating to stripper Karima El Mahroug approaches its end and new leaks about Mr Berlusconi's bunga-bunga nights might come to light, as well as other details about women, girls and others.
|Mr Berlusconi's associate Lele Mora relaxing|
The three characters – for whom Prosecution demand a 7-year sentence to each and everyone - are a model-politician, Nicole Minetti, a journalist-politician, Emilio Fede, and a showbiz agent-bankrupt manager-bisexual dope pusher, Lele Mora. They are accused of recruiting, testing and keep the females needed for the bunga-bunga parties.
Apart from that, plaintiff Moroccan model Imane Fadil has asked for a compensation of 2m euros (which is about 2.6m USA dollars or 1.7m British pounds) for the “serious dishonour” and “ mental and physical damage” suffered by the young woman for. She is one of the girls who participated to the parties in Berlusconi's villa.
|Bunga-bunga girl Imane Fadil in court|
First – according to right-wing newspaper Libero on an article published on 26 June – Lele Mora said that “the president [Berlusconi] really did not deserve so severe a sentence” and “I attended Pope Wojtyła [John Paul II], Mother Teresa and Princess Diana, and Berlusconi remains the most gentle and humane of all”. Apart from that, Lele Mora declared that Silvio Berlusconi – according to Libero's narrative - “could not suffer her [Karima El Mahroug]: she reeked of sweat, was battered. It's absurd to think she might be a slut!”.
|Bunga-bunga girl Imane Fadile at work|
Now, what about a combination of the two: a saint – or at least a blessed – who is also a billionaire, prone to abusing of his power, organising “decent” evenings where nothing improper ever happened, inviting drug-traffickers under-age sweaty and battered girls in need? Does it work at all?