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No trivia or quizzes yet. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Sofri has always maintained his innocence and continues to do so to this day.
He said that the assassination had been decided by Adriano Sofri and Giorgio Pietrostefani, the leaders of Lotta Continua. Sofri was convicted on 2 May and sentenced to serve 22 years in the prison of Pisa.
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Pietrostefani and Bompressi also received 22 years, while Marino was sentenced to 11 years. Insp Calabresi became a hate figure for the left and, when he was killed in MayLotta Continua’s daily paper wrote: These include his first account, where he claimed that Bompressi and Sofri ordered him the assassination, whether that later became only Sofri; his description of the itinerary that he allegedly followed immediately after the crime, during which he said he had gone in the exact opposite direction of where the Fiat had been finally abandoned; confusion about when his qualms of conscience came to arise, as soon as or in “the last three years”; the fact that he had been convicted for armed robbery onthus making his claims about his moral concerns dubious  Books by Adriano Sofri.
Carlo Ginzburgwho usually studies witch-hunts during the Inquisition and microhistoryhas written a book concerning this alleged ” miscarriage of justice ” and the relations, and differences, between the works of a judge and of a historian.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The former leader of the autonomist movement Lotta Continua “Continuous Struggle” in the s, he was arrested in and sentenced to 22 years of prison, having been found guilty of instigating the murder of police officer Luigi Calabresi.
Martino Siciliano, a member of Ordine Nuovodecided to cooperate when presented with a taped telephone conversation between Delfo Zorzi and some associates which contained the observation that, “the Siciliano problem could be solved with a 9 caliber gun”.
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The charges against them rested on the testimony of a piazzza “collaborator of justice”Leonardo Marino. Sofri, and the others comrades convicted with him, have always proclaimed their innocence.
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He was moved to a hospital and was considered for a pardon, but Justice Minister Roberto Castelli refused in December to grant one.
Verdict in bombing case reopens old wounds Paddy Agnew Early on the morning of May 17th,a police inspector, Luigi Calabresi, was shot dead in Milan as he got into his car to go to work. R rated it it was amazing Jul 17, Fiorella Tarantino rated it really liked it Jan 12, Views Read Edit View history. There was also a bomb discovered at the city’s central station.
On 3 March Franco FredaGiovanni Ventura and Rauti were arrested and charged with planning the terrorist attacks of 25 April at the Trade Fair and Soofri Station in Milanand the August 8 and August 9, bombings of several trains, followed by the Piazza Fontana bombing.
Adriano Sofri and Giorgio Pietrostefani, former leaders of Lotta Continua, were convicted of plotting Calabresi’s assassination, while members Ovidio Bompressi and Leonardo Marino were sentenced for piazaz it out. Inafter a number of trials, the Court of Cassation ruled that despite evidence linking Freda, Ventura, and others to the Piazza Fortana bombing, it could not be determined for certain who planned it, nor who carried it out.
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He said the Fiat used by the killers was beige, when in fact it was blue; he described the killers’ escape route wrongly; he claimed that Pietrostefani was present in Pisa on the day he had been “ordered” by Sofri to kill Calabresi, even though Pietrostefani later managed to prove he had not been there.
In Julythe Court of Appeals upheld the convictions,  but this was reversed the following year by the Fotana of Cassation.
Based on testimony provided by Marino, on 28 JulySofri was arrested with Ovidio Bompressi and Giorgio Pietrostefani for the murder of police officer Luigi Calabresi on 17 May Daniel Ucciardo added it Jul 25, On 12 December a bomb exploded at the Piazza Fontana in Milan. Paolo Emilio Tavianithe Christian Democrat co-founder of Gladio NATO ‘s stay-behind anti-Communist organization in Italytold investigators that the SID military intelligence service was about to send a senior officer from Rome to Milan to prevent the bombing, but decided to send a different officer from Padua in order to put the blame on left-wing anarchists.
The year sentence ended in January A subsequent inquiry in concurred, holding that Pinelli had fainted due to an “active illness”. Check date values in: Jan 08, Saverio Mariani rated it really liked it Shelves: Three police officers interrogating Pinelli, including Commissioner Luigi Calabresiwere put under investigation in for his death, but a later inquiry filed October 25, fonyana that there were no wrongdoings regarding Pinelli’s death: His subsequent confusion regarding dates and events led to the Court declaring him an unreliable witness.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Much worse, however, is the belief shared by many in Italian public life that this is a case of spectacular “injustice” and adirano the three men in question are innocent.
Several elements brought the investigators to the theory fontaba members of extreme right-wing groups were responsible for the bombings [ citation needed ]:.
This article has multiple issues. In he was acquitted by the supreme Court of Cassation for lack of evidence.