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    » 05/24/2012, 00.00

    INDIA - ITALY

    Kerala, Italian Marines to leave prison "soon



    Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone to be transferred to the Borstal School, Kochi, a former reform school. The Kerala Government decision follows "suggestion" by Indian Supreme Court, which in April agreed to the request of Italian authorities to move the military into a structure appropriate to their status.

    Kochi (AsiaNews / Agencies) - The Italian Marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone will be transferred soon (maybe tomorrow) from prison to a former reform institution, the Borstal School, Trivandrum, Kochi. Indian broadcaster NDTV reports that the Kerala Government made ​​the decision in line with the suggestion from the Supreme Court on May 9 last. The highest Indian court had ordered the transfer of the military to an alternative to prison, according to their status. The site selected by Kerala has been approved by the Italian defence ministry.

    Today, the Marines are due to appear again before the court in Kollam, to submit an application for bail, which was rejected in the past days.

    The marines are the only suspects in the death of two Indian fishermen, on 15 February off the coast of Kerala. Detained in a guest house on from February 19, on 5 March they were placed under judicial custody in Poojappura prison (Trivandrum). At the time of the accident, the Marines were on board the Italian tanker Enrica Lexie as security guards, and mistook the Indian vessel for pirates.

     

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    20/04/2012 INDIA - ITALY
    For India's central government, the Enrica Lexie was in international waters
    A Kerala High Court lawyer confirms that the Indian government has submitted a note to the Supreme Court saying that Kerala state police did not have the authority to stop the oil tanker or arrest the Italian marines. In his response, Kerala's Chief Minister said, "We took every action after consulting the central government. The incident took place inside our territory. We have all rights to take action."

    18/05/2012 INDIA - ITALY
    Kerala police claim Italian marines responsible for murder and attempted murder
    Charge contained in the documents submitted to the court by the Special Investigation Team of Kochi (SIT). Exact location of incident also indicated, but no reference to ballistic report. Marines to be transferred in a guest house within 20 days.

    02/04/2012 INDIA - ITALY
    Kerala, Christian lawyer: Let justice take its course in marines' case. We are a democratic country
    Kerala High Court decides for another 14 days judicial custody. Hearing postponed. According to Vincent Panikulangara, a Lawyer at Kerala High Court and the Supreme Court of India, "what is happening falls into the usual procedures of our criminal code." He states: "India is a democratic country that loves Italy and its people."

    22/03/2013 INDIA - ITALY
    Indian Foreign Affairs Minister : Italian Marines’ return to India the result of proper diplomacy
    Today, the two Marines will return to New Delhi, one day after expiration of the special permit. The Indian government gives written assurance it will not apply the death penalty if convicted.

    04/01/2013 INDIA - ITALY
    Italian Marines return to India. Their lawyers call for “an end to speculation "
    Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone have returned their passports. Consul General of Italy: "We have full confidence in the Indian judicial system." On January 15, a new hearing in the court of Kollam on the charge of murder, but Supreme Court ruling on jurisdiction still pending.



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