The decision for the extradition of Vincenzo Vecchi has been postponed to November 29th. This was decided today by the French constitutional council to which Vincenzo Vecchi, the comrade sentenced along with another 9 to over 100 years’ prison for the days of Genoa of 2001 and who for years had been living in France, had applied to suspend the extradition request.
In his case the sentence is 12 and a half years, and the charge is devastation and looting. Today the hearing in Paris that was to decide on his extradition to our country, so far denied on the grounds of the charges of devastation and looting, which are not provided for by the transalpine justice system and are also repeatedly criticised in Italy, since it allows a defendant to be found guilty by their mere presence at the scene of the crime if they are believed to have joined in the actions of others.
In recent months, however, the European Court of Justice had intervened, ordering France to definitively hand Vicenzo over to Italy. Today, therefore, before the court of cassation, the Italian comrade’s lawyer opened up the ‘question of constitutionality’ by requesting the intervention of the ‘Wise Men’ of the Constitutional Council, which will announce its decision on Vincenzo Vecchi on November 29th.
via: infernourbano: Translated by Act for freedom now!