A former member of the Red Brigades installed in France since the 1990s was arrested Monday at the request of the Italian authorities who claim him on the basis of a conviction for an attempted terrorist kidnapping in 1982, according to judicial sources.
Maurizio di Marzio, 61, was the only one to have escaped the execution at the end of April of the arrest warrants issued by Italy against ten former far-left activists.
All are claimed by Rome for having been condemned for their involvement, which many contest, in the attacks committed in their country during the years 1970-80, nicknamed “the years of lead”.
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