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Priest put under house arrest in hospital corruption probe

Accused with two businessmen of false invoices for 14 million

Priest put under house arrest in hospital corruption probe

Rome, April 4 - A priest and two businessmen were put under house arrest on Thursday in relation to a probe into allegedly corruption at an Italian hospital company amounting to 14 million euros. Father Franco De Caminada, who was the managing director of the Istituto Dermopatico dell'Immacolata (IDI) that runs a dermatology hospital in Rome and another near Viterbo, is accused of issuing false invoices and misappropriation. Decaminada is suspected of embezzling four million euros out of the IDI. Police also seized a property in Tuscany reportedly acquired with money diverted from the IDI's accounts and carried out 14 searches in Rome and other cities.

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