Diego Maradona's daughters have asked for justice 1,000 days after the death of the Argentina legend.
Maradona, widely seen as one of the greatest players of all time, died on November 25, 2020, at the age of 60.
Maradona's daughters Giannina and Dalma believe that Maradona's death was pre-meditated.
In April it was announced that there will be a trial for Maradona's death, with eight people to be tried for the alleged crime of simple homicide with eventual intent.
The eight defendants are: neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque, psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov, psychologist Carlos Diaz, Nancy Forlini (a doctor who co-ordinated Maradona's home care), Mariano Perroni (the co-ordinator of the nurses), nurse Ricardo Omar Almiron, nurse Dahiana Gisela Madrid and clinical doctor Pedro Di Spagna.
Dalma stated: 'My dad didn't want to die'. She wrote on Instagram: 'The worst 1,000 days in the world'.
'I take this opportunity to say that a few days ago I had the unpleasant moment of having to listen to a disastrous man say that my dad died the way he wanted to die... No, sweetheart, my dad didn't want to die. And even less so. You did that you and your band. And they are going to pay one by one...'.
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