Touch Radar and Die


And so Adamo Bove, aged 43, head of the Radar system of Telecom Italia, threw himself off a bridge in Naples, or they threw him off, or they forced him to throw himself off. He had a fall of 40 metres and there was no doubt about the outcome.

The Radar system is at the centre of the investigation being carried out by the Milan prosecutors’ office into association to commit a crime that is aimed at uncovering reserved information.

Adamo Bove, head of security governance in Telecom, was not himself under investigation. Bove has been collaborating with the procura di Milano for the kidnapping of iman Abu Omar. He has contributed to the setting up of surveillance of Mancini of Sismi (Military Intelligence and Security Service) as well as general Pignero.

He was due to meet with the pubblici ministeri milanesi {Milan prosecutors} to discuss wiretaps and the possible keeping of records about Telecom users.

This same guy who is the protector of privacy had made evident “the low level of security of the data exchanged on mobile phones.” A few weeks ago Tavaroli, former head of security at Telecom and at Pirelli, was thrown out of Telecom. He is under investigation by the Milan prosecutors for association to commit a crime with the intention to violate the secrecy of judicial investigations.

No one can prove this but it is said that there are records of wire taps of people who are powerful and who can be blackmailed. No one can prove this but it is said that half of those who count in Italy are there. One half that can be wiretapped, the other half tapping the wires.

I believe that it’s a good moment, right away, to set up a parliamentary commission of inquiry to ascertain the connections between Sismi and Telecom. That it gets hold of these records of wire taps if they exist. That it operates in complete transparency in relation to the country. Prodi, if you are there, knock once.

To avoid any doubts, I’d like to make clear that I am in good health. I don’t suffer from depression. The idea of committing suicide has never passed through my mind.

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are we getting picking again with the translation,please give beppe a break!

Posted by: evakulnurae | July 31, 2006 11:56 PM

Carping Angelo Pezzi writes: "The english quality of the full translation is very poor, very much like if it was translated with an automatic translator such google". What I think you meant, Angelo, was:
"The quality of the complete translation into English is very poor, (very much) as if it had been translated with an automatic translator such as Google". Please take this as a constructive comment and not just a moan.
Despite occasional slips (blackmail/bribery) Beppe's translations are a far cry from Google translations.

Posted by: Maureen Lister | July 31, 2006 10:58 AM

Dear Beppe

I suggest you to check carefully the english translation of your articles.
Take this one for example, some paragraphs have a totally distorted meaning if compared to the original one.
A quick sample:

the Italian version:
"Si dice, ma nessuno può provaro, che esistano dei fascicoli di persone potenti ma ricattabili."

the English version:
"No one can prove this but it is said that there are records of wire taps of people who are powerful but who can be bribed. "

In this case you transform the victims into possible criminals as the english equivalent of "ricattabili" is BLACKMAILED, while using the term "bribed" you mean that those are people who can bought by money.

The english quality of the full translation is very poor, very much like if it was translated with an automatic translator such google

Posted by: angelo pezzi | July 27, 2006 03:55 PM

Blisco, you are right.
When somebody becomes a nuisance it gets taken out of the picture like that.
World's history is full of facts like this.
We have our warlords too in this so called "civilized world"......

Posted by: High Plains Drifter | July 24, 2006 09:07 AM

Just a link on:
The smallest and coolest hydrogen fuel cell car in the world ! The car uses a real fuel cell and its own on-board hydrogen storage system.

Questo spiega molte cose secondo me.

Posted by: Marco Borgna | July 24, 2006 07:53 AM

Good Beppe, I think that a parliamentary commission of inquiry is not only a good idea but is a must!

Posted by: Riccardo Pavia | July 24, 2006 01:00 AM

The link for the David Kelly article is

Posted by: Noel Cosgrave | July 23, 2006 08:53 PM

Another David Kelly, or so it seems. It seems as if the "suicide" of Dr David Kelly is finally being questioned. See the article in the URL link for this post.

There has been a recent run of co-called suicides of people connected with the Bush 'war on terra', those on trial for crimes apparently committed Balkan conflict and a number of those involved in the Enron scandal.

Posted by: Noel Cosgrave | July 23, 2006 08:52 PM

Is looking like that italian banker who was thrown down from the London bridge some years ago...

Posted by: blisco jajo | July 23, 2006 06:52 PM

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