PRESS RELEASE PASQUALE SCOTTI
BRAZIL'S CONSTITUTION AND CRIMINAL
CODE PROTECTS MAFIA BOSS PASQUALE SCOTTI FROM LIFE SENTENCE IN ITALY!
John Gregory Lambros
Date: June 10, 2015
The Brazilian Constitution DOES NOT
ALLOW LIFE IMPRISONMENT and a person being extradited from
Brazil is protected by the constitutional guarantee ARTICLE 5, Clause XLVll(b) (no life
sentence) and the Brazilian Criminal Code, ARTICLE 75,
which limits the maximum prison sentence to thirty (30) years. The
determination of extradition is based in accordance with the domestic
law of Brazil - not Italy.
Pasquale Scotti, 56 years old,
was arrested by Brazilian Federal Police on May 26, 2015 within the
northeastern Brazilian city of Recife, due to his convictions of
murdering 26 people. In January 2005, he received a LIFE SENTENCE IN ABSENTIA from Italy.
Mr. Scotti was arrested in Italy in 1983 after a shootout with police
and escaped through a window in his hospital room in 1984. He arrived
in Brazil in 1986 using false identification documents, according to
Brazilian and Italian Police during a news conference in Brasilia,
Brazil on May 26, 2015.
Scotti was married to a local woman for 18 years and has two children.
As a businessman in Brazil, he had a real-estate brokerage, fireworks
factory, food import business and partly owned a nightclub. Giovani
Santoro, the communications officer of the Pernambuco federal police
force, stated "He told us in a statement that his family was not aware
of anything." His wife and family members claim they did not know he
was a former Italian mafia leader of the New Camorra criminal
organization and close ally of Raffaele Cutolo, head of the New Camorra
group that participated in, and eventually lost, a bloody mafia war
with members of the New Family crime group that led to almost 1,000
homicides from 1979 to 1984.
To learn more about how Brazilian law may set Pasquale Scotti FREE, as
Italy can not change the LIFE SENTENCE
Scotti received in 2005 in absentia and/or use some type of illegal
process to change his sentence to 30 years, thus allowing Brazil to
extradite Scotti according to the Brazilian Constitution and Brazilian
Criminal Code, please review the March 10, 2015 article by John Gregory
Lambros, a United States citizen who was illegally extradited from
Brazil in 1993, when the Brazilian Supreme Court and the U.S.
Department of State knew the only sentence Lambros could receive was a "MANDATORY LIFE SENTENCE WITHOUT PAROLE":
"WHETHER BRAZIL'S CONSTITUTION
'DISCRIMINATES' AGAINST FOREIGN CITIZENS IN BRAZIL, WHEN THEY ARE NOT
ENTITLED TO THE SAME CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS - FUNDAMENTAL AND ORGANIC
LAW OF THE NATION - THAT BRAZILIAN'S ENJOY?"
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