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martedì 6 agosto 2013

Caso marò:Il pasticcio continua,come e peggio di prima.

Nonostante abbiano rinunciato a tutto e delegato all’India la risoluzione del caso,è venuto fuori il solito immenso e infinito intoppo. Le indagini sono ferme e non riprenderanno se gli altri quattro marò non andranno in India a testimoniare.
L’inviato speciale De Mistura,coptato in questo governo per garantire la continuità con quello precedente,e che aveva la funzione di mediare e trovare una soluzione ha fallito ancora una volta. Qualcuno vedi Luttwak lo aveva detto diverse volte e anche in conferenze pubbliche” guardate che è un incapace ed è un cretino”,ma ora diventa improponibile come inviato speciale.
Non si farà nessun processo senza l’audizione degli altri quattro marò sia chiaro,il messaggio è arrivato tramite la stampa indiana,visto che quella italiana è assente,è impegnata a proporre e a riproporre le stupidaggini della Bonino e del ministro Mauro,e a questo punto anche loro insieme a De Mistura si devono dimettere e immediatamente.
Si sono rifiutati di chiedere l’arbitrato internazionale,che avrebbe già dato delle risposte,e hanno con il loro comportamento arrogante e stupido offeso e ferito la dignità del popolo italiano .
Ma vediamo come danno la notizia i giornali indiani
Il The Hindu la da a questa maniera
Fishermen’s death: trial of Italian marines to be delayed
The trial of two Italian marines who allegedly killed two fishermen off the Kerala coast will be delayed as a few foreign witnesses of the case have not yet appeared before investigators for questioning. The witnesses were on board the Italian vessel Enrica Lexie when the marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone allegedly shot dead the fishermen on February 15, 2012. Sources said three of the witnesses were questioned by the National Investigation Agency, which is investigating the case following a Supreme Court order, but a few others have not yet appeared before the investigators despite serving notices. “It is not clear when the remaining witnesses will be available for questioning. It seems they will take some time,” a Home Ministry official said, indicating a delay in the trial. The Supreme Court had shifted the case to the national capital saying the Kerala Police have no jurisdiction over the case and backed the decision to hand it over to the NIA. Italy had claimed that since the incident had taken place in international waters, Indian courts had no jurisdiction.

The Supreme Court ruled the incident took place not within Kerala territorial waters but within the contiguous zone.

Morte dei Pescatori: prova di marines italiani a essere ritardata
 Il processo di due marines italiani che avrebbe ucciso due pescatori al largo della costa del Kerala sarà ritardata da alcuni testimoni stranieri del caso non sono ancora apparsi prima di investigatori per un interrogatorio. I testimoni erano a bordo della nave italiana Enrica Lexie quando i marines Massimiliano Latorre e Salvatore Girone presumibilmente ucciso i pescatori il 15 febbraio 2012. Fonti hanno detto che tre dei testimoni sono stati interrogati dal National Investigation Agency, che sta indagando sul caso dopo un ordine della Corte Suprema, ma pochi altri non sono ancora apparsi prima gli investigatori, nonostante le comunicazioni che servono. "Non è chiaro quando i restanti testimoni saranno disponibili per un interrogatorio. Sembra che ci vorrà del tempo ", ha detto un funzionario del ministero della casa, indicando un ritardo nel processo. La Corte Suprema aveva spostato il caso per la capitale nazionale dicendo che la polizia del Kerala hanno alcuna giurisdizione sul caso e hanno appoggiato la decisione di consegnarlo al NIA. L'Italia aveva sostenuto che dopo l'incidente era avvenuto in acque internazionali, tribunali indiani non avevano giurisdizione.

La Corte Suprema ha stabilito l'incidente ha avuto luogo non in acque territoriali Kerala, ma all'interno della zona contigua.
Il new Indian Express
Marines case at snail's pace as witnesses fail to appear
Despite Supreme Court directive for a speedy trial in Italian Marines case, the probe is moving at a snail’s pace as crucial Italian witnesses in the case have not yet appeared before the NIA for interrogation.

The witnesses were on board Italian Vessel Enrica Lexie when the two marines -- Salvatore Girone and Massimiliano Lattore -- allegedly shot dead two Indian fishermen off Kerala coast on February 15, 2012.

According to sources, three of the witnesses had appeared before the NIA, but four other crucial witnesses have not yet turned up despite serving notices.

“It is not clear when the remaining witnesses will be available for questioning. It seems the probe will take some time,” sources said.

It is learnt that four Italian marines had sought exemption from appearing before the NIA.

Citing Italy’s sovereign guarantee in the case, New Delhi had asked Rome to facilitate the questioning of crucial witnesses in the case.

“There is no response as of now when they will appear before the investigators,” sources said.

After re-registering the case on April 4, 2013, the NIA had asked Captain and four other marines of Enrica Lexie to appear before the agency to probe into the circumstances that led to the firing.

The Supreme Court in its order on January 18 had said the Kerala Government had no jurisdiction to prosecute the two Italian marines involved in the unprovoked shooting and killing of Indian fishermen --Ajesh Binki and Valentine alias Gelastine-- on board a fishing trawler.

In its order, the Bench had said that the shooting took place at a distance of about 20.5 nautical miles off the Kerala coast which falls under the Contiguous Zone, over which the Kerala Government has no jurisdiction. Subsequently on April 1, 2013, Union Ministry of Home Affairs handed over the case to the NIA for a fresh probe.
Il Business Standard
Delay in trial of Italian marines as witnesses don't appear
The trial against two Italian marines, who allegedly killed Indian fishermen off Kerala coast, will be delayed as a few foreign witnesses of the case have not yet appeared before investigators for questioning.

The witnesses were on board the Italian vessel 'Enrica Lexie' when the marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone had allegedly shot dead two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast on February 15, 2012.

Sources said three of the witnesses were questioned by the National Investigation Agency, which is probing the case following a Supreme Court order, but a few others have not yet appeared before the investigators despite serving notices.

"It is not clear when the remaining witnesses will be available for questioning. It seems they will take some time," a Home Ministry official said, indicating delay in trial of the case.

The Supreme Court had shifted the case to the national capital saying the Kerala Police have no jurisdiction over the case and backed the government's decision to hand over the case to NIA.

Italy had claimed since the incident had taken place in international water, Indian courts have no jurisdiction to conduct the trial.

However, the Supreme Court had ruled that the incident took place at a distance of about 20.5 nautical miles from the coastline of Kerala and, therefore, it occurred not within the territorial waters of the coastline of Kerala state but within the Contiguous Zone.

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