This book is an unprecedented reconstruction of unsold crimes that scared Italy and Europe in the late 70's and 80's by Giuliano Turone , the former examining magistrate tasked with investigating the Propaganda Due Masonic lodge and member of the Italian Anti-Mafia Directorate.
One of the most authoritative voices on the subject sheds light on a series of tragic facts that shook Italy and the rest of Europe. A string of mostly unsolved crimes that scarred Italy between the Seventies and Eghties are told here for the first time by Italian judge Giuliano Turone.
A key figure as a judge and witness, Turone delves into the murky interstices of stories rife not only with criminals, terrorists and mobsters but also with men from the establishment who effectively betrayed the Italian Republic.
An investigation into the events that shook a sick country, in fact a sick continent, delivering an almost fictional blend of politics and crime; the chronicling of a recent past shrouded in mystery, of a three-year turmoil that left Italy reeling.
Giuliano Turone is a former examining magistrate tasked with investigating the Propaganda Due Masonic lodge and member of the Italian Anti-Mafia Directorate. He has worked with the Council of Europe and the United Nations to draw up money-laundering laws. He is a former prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague and has contributed to the Oxford University Press Commentary on the statute of the International Criminal Court. His publications include Il caffè di Sindona (with Gianni Simoni; Garzanti 2009) and Il caso Battisti (Garzanti 2013).
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