Mug Shots

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Artur Lleshi, Albanian, sentenced to ten years for attempted murder, out of prison thanks to the pardon, expelled from Italy, but just on paper.
Naim Stafa, Albanian, previous convictions for kidnapping, drugs, arms, a person who is not welcome in the Schengen area.
Clemente Mastella, Italian, Minister of Justice, responsible for the pardon.

The Italians didn’t want the pardon. It was useful for avoiding prison for those, often very close to the parties, who had committed crimes against the public administration, financial crimes, company crimes, tax crimes. All the rest is lies.
Mastella was put there for this reason. It was bipartisan wheeler-dealering. It gives a guarantee to everyone except the citizens.
The effects of the pardon can be seen in recent months. Now there’s a government of unpunished people, without making amends, without any self criticism, they tell us that they want to avoid easy–going freeing from prisons. That they want to fight micro-criminality.

The Treviso Prosecutor, Antonio Fojadelli has said: “Certainly, if the pardon hadn’t been up to three years and if it hadn’t included crimes like murder and robbery…” And he added: “I, myself, looking around me, I don’t see the State.”
The first gesture that the Council of Ministers should do is to have a vote of no confidence in Clemente Mastella. The government’s popularity would be great.
I am making available to the families of the married couple killed at Gorgo al Monticano my lawyers to take an action against the Minister of Justice. In this country, everyone has to start to take their responsibilities, starting with our employees.

The website www.lavoce.info has published an article about the effects of the pardon They are summarized in this graph:
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Visto che l'Italia per molti versi e' in "leggera controtendenza" (ad esempio in materia di legislazione sul falso in bilancio, come accortamente notato da Beppe), lancio la proposta di candidare alle Camere solo persone condannate per omicidio.
Lo slogan dell'iniziativa sara': "Se ammazzano, almeno non rubano"!.

Posted by: Flavio Sartoretto | September 6, 2007 04:25 PM


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