With the clock running out and negotiations well under way between Alitalia and the labor unions, it would appear that the airline’s Top Management has decided to pull the plug on Alitalia’s CEO, Cramer Ball in favor of “president-elect” Luigi Gubitosi. On the day before Cinderella airline “Alitalia” turns into a pumpkin and all of … More Alitalia, Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down?
If you have been following this drama as it unfolds, you know that all available resources have been invested in making sure Igor is caught, tried and convicted for 1st degree murder. The Ministry of the Interior has flooded the Ferrara area where Igor is suspected to be holed up with some eight hundred policemen, … More Eight Hundred Man dragnet and still no Igor!
Recenti sparatorie nel corso di rapine a mano armata in giro per l’Italia (e gli Stati Uniti) continuano ad alimentare il dibattito mai sopito e sempre attuale circa il diritto di difendersi da aggressori con ogni mezzo soprattutto in Italia dove prevale nei più la sensazione che la scriminante sia fortemente sbilanciata a favore di … More Ancora sulla legittima difesa
Recent shootings during the course of armed robberies in Italy (and America) have added unnecessary fuel to the fire of the forever ongoing debate over Italy’s rules of self-defense judged to be heavily slanted against honest citizens. Nothing however, has stirred the public more than the recent shooting of the unarmed proprietor of a small … More More on self-defense in Italy
If you are in a 50 km radius of Budrio beware of “Igor”! The cold-blooded killer of the Budrio barman who tried to disarm him a few days ago and died trying, is presumed to be an ex-Russian special forces guy, whose real name may be Ivan Vaclavic according to Italian Police. Notwithstanding the “Cacciatori … More “Igor”, still on the loose!
In recent days, the Italian daily “il Giornale” published an article by retired judge, Carlo Nordio (a former District Attorney from Venice) on Italy’s self-defense law(s). In that article Nordio attributes the inadequacies of Italian rules of “justification” on the “fascist” philosophy (what else!) that underpinned Italy’s rules of self-defense as contained in art. 52 … More Attacks against unarmed Italian civilians are on the rise, as self-defense continues to be a risky and costly affair!
“Il Giornale” di recente ha pubblicato un articolo del giudice Carlo Nordio sulla legittima difesa che spiega l’inadeguatezza della norma italiana con la filosofia (“fascista”, e ti pareva!) che sottende alla scriminante italiana dell’art. 52 cp. Il giudice in pensione per raggiunti limiti di età da anni ricopriva il ruolo di pubblico ministero a Venezia. … More I cittadini sotto attacco sono liberi di difendersi, a loro rischio e pericolo!