“Does not conjugate verbs” and “speaks in the infinitive”. This is how one of the suspects speaks of irregularities in the Italian exam conducted by footballer Luis Suarez
“Doesn’t conjugate verbs” and “speaks infinitely”. Thus, one of the suspects speaks in the case of irregularities in the Italian exam that the footballer Luis Suarez conducted at the University of Perugia for foreigners to obtain citizenship, in an interception in the one issued by the Prosecutor of Perugia and by the Adnkronos .
The interceptions reported in the search decree reveal the farce organized to mark Suarez’s trial.
“Anyway, then … things get serious again … you have a great responsibility because if you fail, there will be terrorist attacks.” Thus, when investigating the case of alleged irregularities in the examination of Italian citizenship for the nationality of football player Luis Suárez, one of the suspects turned to another suspect, according to the evidence contained in the Evidence Seizure Ordinance seen by Adnkronos, who replied: “But it seems to you that we refuse! Today I called Lorenzo Rocca who gave him the simulation of the exam and we practically agreed on what the exam will do to him! Today I have the last lesson and I have to prepare it because I don’t say a word “. The interlocutor: “And what level should this boy be … B1?”. And a suspect’s answer: “He shouldn’t, he has to, he’ll pass because you can’t blow him with a salary of 10 million per season because he doesn’t have B1. “