Lino’s son, the butcher killed on February 16, 1979, at Adnkronos: “I only ask for truth and justice” “No fury, I only ask for truth and justice. The magistracy will decide on extradition and I trust in a fair decision”. To tell Adnkronos Adriano Sabbadin, son of Lino, the butcher killed on February 16, 1979 in Santa Maria di Sala (Venice) by members of the Proletari Armed for Communism group, the day after the first hearing at the Paris Court of Appeal for the nine former Red terrorists who all refused extradition. Among them also Luigi Bergamin. Adriano Sabbadin then intervenes on the statements of the former Brigadier Marina Petrella – in the opinion of which “the victims for whom we were sentenced were largely compensated by all the comrades who have served life sentences” (reports the ‘Corriere della Sera’) – and he says: “If this would be compensation, I’m sorry, but it doesn’t pay. I believe that running away from reality is not human; everyone must atone for their sins with dignity and honor and not run away to other countries hiding under other identities. make a decision of conscience, otherwise I think and believe only in divine justice. Only God judges us “.