Berlusconi Meets Alberto Torregiani As Diplomatic Row Rages Over Refusal To Extradite Cesare Battisti : News Photo

Berlusconi Meets Alberto Torregiani As Diplomatic Row Rages Over Refusal To Extradite Cesare Battisti

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MILAN, ITALY - JANUARY 04: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (L) and Italian politician Daniela Santanche (R) face media alongside Alberto Torregiani, the son of Pierluigi Torregiani, at Linate military airport on January 04, 2011 in Milan, Italy. Alberto Torregiani was shot in the back and was left paralysed during the same gunfight in which his father jeweler Pierluigi Torregiani was killed by militant group PAC (Armed Proletarians for Communism) in 1979. Italy has recalled its ambassador to Brazil to following former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's decision on his final day in office not to approve the extradition of Cesare Battisti, deemed responsible for the attack and convicted for a string of murders in the 1970s for which he was tried and convicted in absentia. (Photo by Massimo Di Nonno/Getty Images)
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MILAN, ITALY - JANUARY 04: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (L) and Italian politician Daniela Santanche (R) face media alongside Alberto Torregiani, the son of Pierluigi Torregiani, at Linate military airport on January 04, 2011 in Milan, Italy. Alberto Torregiani was shot in the back and was left paralysed during the same gunfight in which his father jeweler Pierluigi Torregiani was killed by militant group PAC (Armed Proletarians for Communism) in 1979. Italy has recalled its ambassador to Brazil to following former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's decision on his final day in office not to approve the extradition of Cesare Battisti, deemed responsible for the attack and convicted for a string of murders in the 1970s for which he was tried and convicted in absentia. (Photo by Massimo Di Nonno/Getty Images)
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