“France has always denied extradition and it is something incomprehensible. We are talking about 10 former red terrorists who all, or at least almost all, have committed blood crimes, what must we do to effectively highlight the right to have justice? The problem is not that today we arrive late, and we are still at the starting point, but it is that nothing active and energetic has ever been done in the times when things could have been done. rights”. Thus Alberto Torregiani, son of Pierluigi Torregiani, killed over 40 years ago by a Pac commando in front of the family jewelry in Milan, comments to the Adnkronos the sentence of the Court of Appeal of Paris which rejected the extradition requests for the 10 former Italian terrorists. Alberto Torregiani says he is curious to read the reasons for the sentence now: “Let’s see what the real justifications are, the French Court anticipated that it referred to articles 8 and 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. We forget, however, that on this side there have been the same families immersed in pain for 40 years “. And then: “I can only support the thought of Mario Calabresi, I perceived reading between the lines, that he too is tired of these false will to give justice when in reality no one, neither on one side nor on the other, ‘made it possible “. “There is no will and the question to ask is who is to blame? Let’s think of a reversal of the situation, what would have happened if France had asked for the extradition of a terrorist convicted in the country, would they have perhaps stopped in the face of a ‘no’ from Italy? I think the time has come to shake things up a little “.
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