Dear President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker,
since the first edition was published BREXIT has happened, and this letter is just a reminder for people's rights.
As you can see from the letter of the solicitor Tim Barber, in appendix, I cannot hire a lawyer because I have no Passport. In fact I had my passport stolen in 2002, 15 years ago, and despite I paid immediately for the replacement in the hands of the Italian Consul, I never had the new ID.
In 2005, the EU OLAF office sent my lawsuit to the Court in Milan but with no success, in fact the Prosecutor in Italy had the insolence to pretend that "It didn't happen" and flushed the case down the drain.
Dear Mr Juncker, at the time of the happenings I made some audio tape recordings and you can hear that from their voices, admitting they never had any evidence but only false accusations, but what was the point of this?
Important is that Ms Federica Mogherini, vice president of the European Commission, and Katya Adler BBC Presenter ("After Brexit: The Battle for Europe")[A5] have the opportunity to talk about well known Human Rights violations perpetrated in Europe, and to squeeze at least one more coffee from the lives of the victims.
So, in conclusion, the solicitor said that I have no rights for legal representation because I have no passport, and the only positive action I could do was to write a book about this factual story, and publish original documents, photographs, and the audio tape recordings.
Just a reminder of people's rights that they have actually lost with the advent of the European Union as we know it. Thank you for your time and attention.
Few days ago the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker was disappointed with the Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
Dear Jean-Claude Juncker, I am also disappointed with Mr Renzi. Next time you see him, could you please ask him about my passport, or my degree, or about the prosecutors sweeping the legal suits under the carpet?
But overall, concerning Mr Renzi, I would like to know from the European Union if the Italian High Moral Values above the Law are to be considered as mafia to be prosecuted, or culture and tradition to be honoured and preserved as symbol of the Ancient Values under which Europe was recently Re-United.
Dear Jean-Claude Juncker, it is recently the news that the Italian Government published the content of the ‘Armoire of Shame’ [W11][A27], a double door closet filled with 695 folders of records of massacres perpetrated in Italy by Fascists and Nazis during and after 1943, when the war was almost over. The closet was probably waiting for the attention of the Court for war crimes but never got there, and its disappearance was to set the standard for the democracy to come with the Republic.
I wonder, from the rights of the victims, what probability do we really have for Justice, since the High Moral Values inspiring the Fascist holocaust, have became raison d'etre of the European Union?
Dear Jean-Claude Juncker, in Europe today people vanish the same as it was at the time of Mussolini, exactly for the same reasons, and there is no chance for Justice by the Law, because the Legal Suit are swept under the carpets. Eventually be aware the System of Corruption and these High Moral Values above the law, which transform Criminals into Saints, are exactly the same reasons at the origin of the divisions of Europe since the end of the Dark Ages.
with best regards