10 months and 7 years: this is the penalty imposed on Antonella, Paul and Ivano, accused of an attack against an AN (Alliance Nazionale) premises.
Today June 16, 2010, the Court of Appeal of Cagliari reconsidered sentences imposed on three comrades in Nuoro, deemed too small by the Supreme Court in relation to the accusation for which they were finally convicted.
Based on the above, the defence determined that the most stringent punishment should reach 3 years and 7 months.
But after three hours of debate, just an hour later, the Court ruled a scandalous: 7 years and 10 months to retrace the same line by prosecutor De Angelis and going beyond the demands of pg.
The fury towards the three comrades has therefore not ended and today's sentence is bitter confirmation.
Between the lines of the judgment issued to date, the clear intent to condemn ideas is outlined, as claimed by pg and the presiding judge in their speeches.
Let's not abandon comrades who suffer repression every day.
We won't let them steal our lives.
We assert our and their freedom.