The Turin public prosecutor had already underlined the relevance of the document for outlining Juve’s allegedly unlawful conduct. And the Court of Appeals upheld his weight
Federico Cherubini called it the “Black Book” and he could not have chosen a more appropriate name to show all the critical points of the capital gains system implemented by Fabio Paratici. The Torino Public Prosecutor’s Office had already underlined its importance when highlighting the allegedly unlawful profiles of this practice. “It is a document of absolute importance because it fully confirms the hypotheses formulated in the initial phase of the investigation and already largely verified during the phone tapping operations,” the prosecutor’s file says. And now the Federal Court of Justice has also confirmed it in the justification of the judgment, with which Juventus Turin was given 15 penalty points, and defined it as a “clear objective fact”.