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March 09, 2005

What new story does Sgrena have today?

The Italian media is finally beginning to question Giulina Sgrena's multiple, conflicting accounts of the events that led to the death of Nicola Calipari. They still automatically disbelieve anything the US says, until it's proven.

In an ironic twist, Reuters reports...

A man given six months to live by his doctors has been told by an Italian court to come back in 14 months to hear the outcome of his demand for insurance damages.

Carmelo Cisabella, 39, has an inoperable spine disease and is anxious to pick up some $596,300 in already-agreed damages from his insurers to help ease his final months of life, Il Messaggero newspaper reported Tuesday....

Italian justice is notoriously slow and it takes on average 3,041 days to obtain a definitive sentence in a civil case.

This would be the same Italian government that demands we punish our soldiers before we even have time to investigate whether they've done anything wrong or not.

Sgrena coverage: Michelle Malkin (also here, here and here), Little Green Footballs, Outside the Beltway, The Jawa Report, Reihl World Views, Wizbang, Airborne Combat Engineer, Right Wing News, Now you know, Six Meat Buffet, In the Bullpen

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 9, 2005 11:04 AM

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