Once again, new evidence has come to light regarding the mysterious death of the anarchist who passed away in Milan on 15 December, 1969, while being held in police custody. It has now been established that the anarchist in question fell “accidentally” from the fourth floor window of the Milan police headquarters, after having been interrogated there for three days in a very “light-hearted” manner.
The police remain adamant that the event in question was a suicide and that no foul play was involved. A statement made by the police superintendent indicated the following: “The anarchist jumped out the window, no question about it. I wasn’t in the room at the time, but I saw him do it”.
Nonetheless, some doubts remain in the case of the defenestrated anarchist and a High Court judge has been dispatched from Rome to re-open the inquiry. Through his manic, erratic and confrontational style of questioning, this judge will leave no stone unturned in his ceaseless pursuit of truth and justice. Some call him a maniac, others call him a visionary. One thing is clear however: our judge has an uncanny talent for showing us that the truth isn’t always what it seems.