Garzòn y los spiones

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Berlusconi on Berluscagate: “I didn’t know anything, but the secret dossiers taken away (from Sismi) have nothing illicit in them.” To be able to state that he must have read them all. Even the one about the Spanish judge Garzòn, the magistrate of the Telecinco operation for which the psycho-dwarf is accused of tax crimes.
An international judicial gossip, a relaxing read. Of course the judges are all communists, even those on the Right if they apply the laws.
To check up on something or other, Mastella proposes a Committee of inquiry. Is it not sufficient to have the word of the CSM {Magistrates Supreme Council} to clean out the place?
For the sake of equality however, Mastella’s Udeur would like Casini as the president of the committee. A Mastè, are you taking us all for a ride?
Fini replies by saying that an intervention from Copaco, {Parliamentary committee for controlling the Secret Services). The president of Copaco is Claudio Scajola of Forza Italia.
Let’s not waste time, if we want a true investigation committee let’s do a random selection of citizens with a clean record. Otherwise, let the government nominate three wise men, and let them sort it out: Previti, Dell’Utri and Confalonieri.
Lenzi, a judge in Bologna has sent me this letter:


Dear Beppe,
There was a time when behind every criminal happening the shadow of the Secret Services. It was explained to us that it was a question of untrue services.
The argument was partially calming and it has taken us a bit to understand that services that are untrue and services that are uncovered are the same thing.
Now it’s been discovered that the whole of Sismi (the one that should be dealing with terrorism) was spying on 200 magistrates and the odd politician who could not be trusted.
Cossiga admits that the episode would be regrettable, but what he finds really intolerable is that the CSM has dared to denounce the fact as though it were a definitive judgement. It is a rare and flatteringly event when Cossiga intervenes to preserve the prerogative of the magistracy against a constitutional body.
Unfortunately, it’s not always like that: It doesn’t seem to me that Visco’s faults have had a final judgement, and yet the opposition is demanding his resignation with a loud voice. While in the majority, more politely, they are asking him to take a step back.
The faults of Previti are there, but he is still a deputy because, as Bertinotti has patiently explained to Beppe Grillo, and with uncertain results to Valeria Marini – the Chamber is not a monarchy.
However, it would be enough to have a Republic that is barely normal to be able to grace with laws that establish the ineligibility of convicts.
Is it too much to ask the parliamentarians of the majority if there is one that is willing to present at least a proposed law on this? Could we at least count the dissidents and evaluate the nobility of the arguments, just like is done in democracies.
Why did we have to wait for the Constitutional Court for the sweeping away o flaws that even you yourselves have defined shameful-laws and that you were committed to eliminate straight away?
Why is the conflict of interests no longer a priority, and after each sighting, disappears like the Loch Ness Monster that no one knows if it really exists?
Why do we have to kill ourselves today - with the problems that this country has – on the organisation of judges and on that Castelli law about which you were committed to simple draw a line through?
And why do you have to delegate just to the magistracy the checking up on facts that you can and should do for yourselves? Criminal and political responsibilities are different things. It’s not possible to stay inert waiting for the duration of trails and then bury everything under a predictable and salutary prescrizione {time-out}and has been done with Andreotti and (6 times) with Berlusconi. Those people with the prescrizione have saved themselves from prison not from dishonour.
And to go back to the secret services, why is no one asking for the resignation of Pollari and of Pio Pompa form the prestigious positions assigned to them after this and other great services they have done for our democracy?
Do one of these things, and I on my part will commit to requesting once more the electoral certificate that I tore up after the pardon.”
Norberto Lenzi

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