The investigation into Maradona’s death: footballer’s doctor forged his signature on important documents

Leopold Luque, the legendary footballer Diego Maradona’s doctor, forged the footballer’s signature on important medical documents, a report by EUR News.

According to the investigation into the circumstances of the death of the football player, which was published by the publication Marca, the documents were found during a search of Luca’s office and home.

An Argentine court found that Luque went for such falsification in order to gain access to the patient’s medical records.

The expert’s conclusion says that three sheets of paper from the patient’s medical history were found in the house.

“It was something very obvious and very awkward,” the message says.

Doctor Luke denies his guilt and points out that the suspicions are groundless.

“They began to suspect me only because they knew that I was the only person who could communicate with him. I was the only one who could enter his room. Because of me, Diego kept in touch with other people. Because of this, I was ignored. at the meeting, they were jealous of me for Diego “, – declared in his defense Luca.

We will remind you, Maradona died on November 25, 2020, at his home in Buenos Aires. The cause of death of the legendary football player was heart failure, which led to acute pulmonary edema. The prosecutor’s office in the Brazilian city of San Isidro is investigating the circumstances that could lead to the death of Maradona.

Facebook has a new position of vice president for civil rights

A new position of vice president for civil rights appeared on Facebook.  It was announced on Monday, January 11, USA Today reports.

Roy Austin, a former employee of Barack Obama’s administration, will handle racial hatred and discrimination issues on the company’s platforms and set up a civil rights organization within Facebook, as the internal audit recommendation calls for.

Technology plays a role in virtually every aspect of our lives, and it’s important that it be used to address the historical discrimination and hatred that many ‘underrepresented’ groups have faced, not to exacerbate it,” he said.

Austin will officially take office on Jan. 19 in Washington, D.C., where he will set up his team.

In December, the U.S. Justice Department sued Facebook for discriminating against U.S. citizen employees. According to the department, the company had refused to hire American specialists for more than 2.6 thousand positions, which Facebook had instead reserved for holders of temporary visas.

On December 18, it became known that the court on the claim of the U.S. Department of Justice against Google Corporation for violations of antitrust laws may begin in September 2023.

It became known in the summer of 2019 that U.S. authorities were preparing to launch a large-scale investigation into Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple to check for possible antitrust violations on their part.

Facebook on Dec. 10 called the U.S. authorities’ antitrust lawsuits a revision of history.