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Just to clear the air over the charges brought against Mario Scaramella, they are as follows, according to the scarce dispatches due to the national press strike.

Aggravated and continuous calumny for having denounced to the police a plot, now found to be false, on October 14, 2005, by the ex-KGB official, Aleksandr Talik, to assassinate Guzzanti and himself, allegedly based on confidential revelations made by Litvinenko and Limarev.  Scaramella also revealed that an "RPG" grenade launcher and munitions would transit at Teramo, a fact ascertained in a police operation on October 16th, 2005. Scaramella further revealed the location of an arms deposit in Naples to bolster his accusations. Police protection was then given to both Guzzanti and Scaramella.

Further aggravated and continuous calumny for having used groundless evidence and false plots to accredit himself with the Mitrokhin Commission thus committing an act of "infidelity" towards parliament.

Illegal international traffic of arms reportedly for being suspected of personally organizing the previous shipment from Ukraine.

Violation of official secrecy reportedly for having revealed through the press investigative secrets. The case may be the framing of three stoolies in Rimini over a false shipment of uranium through San Marino.

Eventual corrections will be made as more news is made available.

by de Gondi (publiobestia aaaatttthotmaildaughtusual) on Mon Dec 25th, 2006 at 07:21:43 PM EST

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