The 10 former Italian terrorists refugees in France, where they have now lived for 40 years, and for whom Italy - with the 'Ombre Rosse' operation taken in April a year ago - will know on 29 June what their fate is. he asked for extradition.
To hear the decision of the Chambre de l 'Instruction of the Court of Appeal of Paris, there will be all the Italians sentenced and fled to France, with the exception of the oldest, Giorgio PIETROSTEFANI, 78 years old.
For some time ill, due to the consequences of a transplant, he is often in hospital and in conditions that have not allowed him to be present at the other hearings concerning him so far.
He was one of the founders of Lotta Continua, in Italy he was sentenced to 22 years as one of the instigators of the Calabresi murder.
For him, as for the other extraditable, hearings have followed one another in recent months, most of which have been postponed to allow the sending from Italy of material relating to the convictions of former terrorists.
Now that the dossier should be complete for everyone,
It is also possible - according to what transpires on this eve of great tension for an event that has divided Italian public opinion from French - that for some of them a further postponement will be arranged to allow the acquisition of new documents.
Here is who will be in the classroom.
- ENZO CALVITTI, 67, former psychotherapist now retired and former Br sentenced in absentia to 18 years in prison for terrorist association and armed gang.
- NARCISO MANENTI, 64 years old, 40 of which spent in France, interior designer and manager of a communications company.
He has been married since 1985 to a French woman with whom he had 3 children and is now a grandfather.
Former member of the 'Armed Nuclei for territorial counterpower', he was sentenced in 1983 to life imprisonment for the murder of the constable Giuseppe Gurrieri.
- GIOVANNI ALIMONTI, 66, father of two daughters and now a grandfather too, was instead part of the Red Brigades.
He was sentenced in 1992 to 19 years in prison for the attempted murder of a policeman in 1982, Nicola Simone.
- ROBERTA CAPPELLI, 66, was sentenced to life in solitary confinement for three murders in Rome: that of the general of the carabinieri Enrico Galvaligi, killed on the last year of 1980, of the police officer Michele Granato (9 September 1979) and Deputy Commissioner Sebastiano Vinci (June 19, 1981).
- MARINA PETRELLA, 67, former Br like Cappelli, condemned like her for the murder of General Galvaligi, the kidnapping of judge Giovanni D'Urso, which took place in Rome on 12 December 1980, and the regional councilor of the Christian Democrats Ciro Cirillo, which took place in Torre del Greco on 27 April 1981 and in which two members of the escort were killed, for the attack on the deputy commissioner Nicola Simone (together with Cappelli and Alimonti).
- The former Brigadier SERGIO TORNAGHI, 63, also sentenced to life imprisonment, among other things for the murder of Renato Briano, general manager of 'Ercole Marelli'.
- MAURIZIO DI MARZIO, 60, who escaped the April 2021 raid and was later arrested, is at the center of a diatribe over the statute of limitations.
In Italy he should serve a residual sentence of 5 years and 9 months in prison for armed gang, subversive association, kidnapping and robbery.
Di Marzio has been managing a well-known restaurant in Paris for many years, the 'Baraonda'.
- RAFFAELE VENTURA, 70, former Combatant Communist Formations, should serve 20 years in prison in Italy after being convicted of moral complicity in the murder of deputy brigadier Antonio Custra, which took place on May 14, 1977, during a demonstration of the extra-parliamentary left in Milan.
- LUIGI BERGAMIN, 72, a former militant of the Pac (Armed Proletarians for Communism), is also at the center of a legal battle for the statute of limitations.
He must serve a sentence of 16 years and 11 months in prison as the creator of the murder of Marshal Antonio Santoro, chief of the prison police officers killed in Udine on 6 June 1978 by Cesare Battisti.