(ANSA) - VENICE, MARCH 28 - "What is my reaction...? They are unfortunate, because there is no justice like this!. However, it is a decision that we expected from France".
Thus Adriano Sabbadin, son of Lino, the butcher killed in 1997 in Veneto by Cesare Battisti's Armed Proletarians, comments on the French Cassation's refusal to extradite the 10 former Br of the years of lead.
"Then tell us, the judges, who are the culprits? There are dead people on the conscience of these people", concludes Sabbadin.