The coroner recommends that José Antonio Griñán not go to prison for the ERE case
Date: January 9, 2023 Time: 19:31:39
The forensic medical report concludes that it is not convenient for the former president of the Junta, José Antonio Griñán, to go to jail to serve a six-year prison sentence for the ERE, due to the prostate cancer he is suffering from. In the report, to which Efe has had access, the coroner points out that the possible side effects of the hormonal and radiotherapy treatment, as well as the frequent check-ups to which he will be subjected, “seem little compatible with prison dynamics” and with life in prison.
He has indicated that the diagnosis of cancer produces a psychic collapse in the person and that admission to jail “does not help” to deal with a disease of this entity. This report has been made at the request of Griñán’s defense, who requested the suspension of the former president’s imprisonment for the recent diagnosis of cancer.