Escaping from Rebibbia


Previti is smoking cigars in Rebibbia. Between one smoke and the next he is reflecting on who betrayed him. He feels abandoned and makes a statement: “They left us alone to fight.” And a bunch of courageous Forza Italia combatants burst into his 2x3 cell. Among these are Fabrizio Cicchitto, Gaetano Pecorella, Giorgio Lainati, Valentino Valentini, Giulio Marini, Angelo Maria Cicolani, and Antonio Tajani. Many are in the queue. Others are already booked in. The director of the prison is preparing the cells ready to welcome them.

In fact, the great Baget Bozzo happened to mention that the next Forza Italia conference will be held in Rebibbia.

The convicted prisoner sentenced to 6 years has a great dream: to be able to participate in the parliamentary debate at Montecitorio regarding his resignation. He knows that in that great space, so very different from the great arid space of the courtroom, he will find lots of sympathy and the solidarity of his peers: he’ll find “prescritti”, first and second degree convicts, ex-prisoners. They certainly will understand him and they won’t be able to leave him isolated.

The DS have expressed the wish to help their colleague through the voice of the authoritative Vincenzo Siniscalchi: “It would be appropriate that his stay in prison were to be changed to house arrest.” And he added: “In Previti’s case it would not be amazing if the sentence were to be worked out with house arrest considering his age and his behaviour in this phase: that is that he has not avoided prison.” But blessed DS, inciucinidaleminifassiniviolantini, it is a life-time that Previti has been trying to avoid prison. And now that he has been in prison for a day, do you already want to get him out?

First it was Previti and just Previti. Now it’s the olderthan70yearsold Previti. Has prison aged him?

The psychodwarf has not been seen at Rebibbia for fear of being made to stay there. He sent a telegram with a greetings pizzino: “See you at home on Tuesday”.
But Previti has lost hope. He feels innocent. He followed orders. He completed the job he had to do.
It’ll turn out that they’ll have to have their meeting in prison.

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"to put something in his something" heheheheehehheh! That would be his well-deserved treatment !

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | May 11, 2006 01:23 AM

Salt on his tail?

I would like for somebody else to put something in his something in pure "prison fashion".

And without lube.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | May 11, 2006 01:11 AM

I can't translate it but "mettiamogli il sale sulla coda!" ;-)
It's too late, he is already at home!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | May 10, 2006 10:40 PM

And, as always, in our face!



Posted by: Giovanni Principe | May 10, 2006 10:11 PM

Piombi? Not a chance!
Previti obtained today house arrest!
that's gross!
I'm ashamed to be italian.

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | May 10, 2006 08:52 PM

Oh yes! The Piombi! That would be a very good idea!

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | May 10, 2006 06:47 PM

That piece of shit must rot in jail.
House arrest my ass!
He deserves to go in the most perfect jail in the world: Venice's Piombi.
Every time the tide goes up, it floods all the cells and cleans up the scum of the earth.
When I visited them 20 years ago I had this thought and I will have it forever.
Alcatraz? That's just kid's play.
Go for the Piombi!

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | May 10, 2006 04:49 PM

I really hope so, Raffaella! :)

p.s. The English version of "Davide Rossi" sounds really good! :D

Posted by: Dave Red | May 8, 2006 08:33 PM

Previti must remain in jail!!!!!
PS) this is only the beginning! The next must be the Psychodwarf! ;-)

Posted by: Raffaella Biferale | May 8, 2006 02:41 PM

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