Totò defeats Popolo delle Libertà

The Civil Court of Bari, as stated in a sentence filed last January, admitted that Liliana De Curtis, Totò’s daughter and legal heir, was right to act against Popolo delle Libertà (PDL) for her father’s personal identity offense.

The litigation took place as a consequence of some poster put up by that political party representing Totò’s face (with a sorrowful look) on the foreground. Everything was represented beside a photo about the demolition of some buildings belonging to the so-called ‘Eco monster’, located in Punta Perotti, Bari, in 2009, and beside PDL’s mark…

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