Brutal murderer Danilo Restivo fights deportation to Italy as he would ‘not be able to see his wife’

Bournemouth Echo: MURDERER: Danilo Restivo MURDERER: Danilo Restivo

DEPRAVED killer Danilo Restivo has again appeared in court to fight for his “right to family and private life”.

The brutal murderer is battling deportation to his native Italy and claims he is entitled to remain in the UK.

Restivo, who brutally murdered Bournemouth mum Heather Barnett in 2002, is claiming he should be allowed to remain in the same country as his wife.

But Home Secretary Theresa May has issued an order for him to be transferred to Italy, where he has also been convicted of the horrific murder of 16-year-old Elisa Claps.

At a special immigration court in Bradford this week, Restivo claimed it would be unfair to send him to Italy because he would not be able to see his wife, Fiamma Marsango, who still lives opposite the scene of Heather Barnett’s violent murder in Capstone Road, Charminster.

He claimed Italian courts are so strict that he would not be able to speak to her or write to her, a claim which was dismissed as an exaggeration by the Home Office.

The hearing is believed to be the first stage of a lengthy process which Restivo hopes will result in staying in the UK. The result of the hearing is likely to be announced within a few weeks.

If Restivo remains in the UK for the duration of his 40-year sentence, the cost to the British taxpayer will be around £2 million.

He argues that he needs to stay to be near his wife, who has arthritis, despite being in a prison in Yorkshire more than 200 miles from her home address.

Restivo murdered Elisa Claps more than 20 years ago in his home town of Potenza before moving to the UK. He married Fiamma in 2004 and the pair set up home in Charminster, opposite where Heather Barnett lived with her two children.

The children, then aged 11 and 14, found their mother’s mutilated body in the bathroom when they came from school. Restivo had left cut strands of someone else’s hair in her hands, the same as he had done to Elisa Claps.

Before Restivo was caged for the murder, police were so concerned for Fiamma’s welfare, and that of her children and foreign students who stayed at the address, that they took the unusual step of warning them they were in danger. Special Osman warnings were issued but Fiamma remained with her husband.

Victims’ relatives continue to suffer

WHEN Danilo Restivo violently robbed Heather Barnett and Elisa Claps of their lives, he did so without thought for their loved ones.

Elisa was a happy-go-lucky teenager, the pride and joy of her mother and the rest of her family.

And Heather was a hard-working single mum who devoted her life to her two children, Caitlin, then just 11 years old, and 14-year-old Terry.

For 17 years Elisa’s family had no idea what had happened to her and struggled to come to terms with her disappearance.

In an exclusive interview with the Daily Echo in 2004 her mum, Filomena then 67 years old, said the only thing keeping her going was the determination to discover what had happened to her daughter.

“I miss her sitting at the table, I miss her hugs. She was the youngest of my family and I keep going now because I have to. Sometimes I hold conversations with her and she is my first and last thought every day,” she said.

It was to be six more years before her daughter’s body was discovered in the local church but Mrs Claps said: “Please help me to discover the truth. When I have found out what happened to Elisa I can close the book and I can have somewhere to take flowers for her. Then, after that, God can call me whenever he wants to.”

Elisa’s brother, Gildo, never stopped searching for his little sister and stepped up his efforts after a link was made between Elisa and Heather.

When Filomena travelled to Winchester for Restivo’s trial, she met Heather’s daughter, Caitlin, and told her she reminded her of Elisa.

She had voiced a desire to meet Heather’s children since discovering the fate of their mother and both families felt an instant connection.

“When I heard of her (Heather’s) death, my first thoughts were for the children,” said Mrs Claps. “I think I can understand how they feel – I feel a bond with them.”

After the trial in 2011, Caitlin said: “There were certainly times when I thought there would never by any justice. Even when we got to the first anniversary I thought that. Imagine what it was like as more and more years passed.”

It was nearly nine years after her mother’s death that Caitlin sat through every day of Restivo’s trial at Winchester Crown Court.

Afterwards, she said: “I have had nearly nine years to get used to it,” and said she didn’t want to miss any of the evidence because she needed to know what had happened.

She added: “I was very confused about what made him choose my mum for this violent crime. What made him choose the lady across the road?”

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5:29am Fri 25 Apr 14

Lord Parkstone says...

More than likely the reaason he is fighting this is because he knows the italian legal systems a bit tougher on criminals than ours is here. Never mind him not seeing his wife what about the families of his victims that wont see their loved ones?
What is it with our legal system and such a focus on the human rights of the scumbag criminal? No wonder the country is in the state it is. We should bring back capital punishment for the likes of this low life.
More than likely the reaason he is fighting this is because he knows the italian legal systems a bit tougher on criminals than ours is here. Never mind him not seeing his wife what about the families of his victims that wont see their loved ones? What is it with our legal system and such a focus on the human rights of the scumbag criminal? No wonder the country is in the state it is. We should bring back capital punishment for the likes of this low life. Lord Parkstone
  • Score: 142

5:47am Fri 25 Apr 14

user_name says...

The English prisons a bit softer I think. Perhaps not as much protection for him in Italy. Good. Why should he deserve human rights when he behaved like an animal.
The English prisons a bit softer I think. Perhaps not as much protection for him in Italy. Good. Why should he deserve human rights when he behaved like an animal. user_name
  • Score: 112

6:40am Fri 25 Apr 14

Gingertree says...

Jog on pal,family didn't bother you when you stopped two innocent children from seeing their mother. If your Mrs is sticking by you she can get on an aeroplane. You deprived those children of that choice.
Jog on pal,family didn't bother you when you stopped two innocent children from seeing their mother. If your Mrs is sticking by you she can get on an aeroplane. You deprived those children of that choice. Gingertree
  • Score: 135

6:45am Fri 25 Apr 14

justsayithowitis says...

He can still be near his wife. If she thinks he is so wonderful she can go to Italy with him. This country certainly doesn't want him or anyone who thinks what he did is acceptable. Good riddance
He can still be near his wife. If she thinks he is so wonderful she can go to Italy with him. This country certainly doesn't want him or anyone who thinks what he did is acceptable. Good riddance justsayithowitis
  • Score: 124

6:51am Fri 25 Apr 14

master plan says...

Life for a life I say!
You deprived two family's of a loved one what right do you have to live?
Life for a life I say! You deprived two family's of a loved one what right do you have to live? master plan
  • Score: 87

6:57am Fri 25 Apr 14

Chris@Bmouth says...

Deserves everything he gets.

Although he's fighting extradition, not deportation.
Deserves everything he gets. Although he's fighting extradition, not deportation. Chris@Bmouth
  • Score: 38

7:00am Fri 25 Apr 14

therank says...

what a messed up society we live in. why do we concern ourselves with so called human rights of animals like this. why do we continually abuse the rights of innocent victims and their families by giving these people choices. The parents of that 16 year old child come first in my view and he needs to go to Italy. Surprised his wife even wants to see him after what he did.
what a messed up society we live in. why do we concern ourselves with so called human rights of animals like this. why do we continually abuse the rights of innocent victims and their families by giving these people choices. The parents of that 16 year old child come first in my view and he needs to go to Italy. Surprised his wife even wants to see him after what he did. therank
  • Score: 77

7:22am Fri 25 Apr 14

charlie2004 says...

user_name wrote:
The English prisons a bit softer I think. Perhaps not as much protection for him in Italy. Good. Why should he deserve human rights when he behaved like an animal.
This thing isn't an animal, it is the devil. Deport it and make it's loyal mate go with it. By standing by him she shows she has no respect at all for any of the victims Get them both out.
[quote][p][bold]user_name[/bold] wrote: The English prisons a bit softer I think. Perhaps not as much protection for him in Italy. Good. Why should he deserve human rights when he behaved like an animal.[/p][/quote]This thing isn't an animal, it is the devil. Deport it and make it's loyal mate go with it. By standing by him she shows she has no respect at all for any of the victims Get them both out. charlie2004
  • Score: 73

7:54am Fri 25 Apr 14

yet_another_one says...

therank wrote:
what a messed up society we live in. why do we concern ourselves with so called human rights of animals like this. why do we continually abuse the rights of innocent victims and their families by giving these people choices. The parents of that 16 year old child come first in my view and he needs to go to Italy. Surprised his wife even wants to see him after what he did.
Why should UK taxpayers foot the costs for his prison sentence let alone visits from his so called wife.
If I remember correctly, didn't he commit a similar offence in his native Italy?
Another point, calling this guy an animal is an insult to the animal world.
[quote][p][bold]therank[/bold] wrote: what a messed up society we live in. why do we concern ourselves with so called human rights of animals like this. why do we continually abuse the rights of innocent victims and their families by giving these people choices. The parents of that 16 year old child come first in my view and he needs to go to Italy. Surprised his wife even wants to see him after what he did.[/p][/quote]Why should UK taxpayers foot the costs for his prison sentence let alone visits from his so called wife. If I remember correctly, didn't he commit a similar offence in his native Italy? Another point, calling this guy an animal is an insult to the animal world. yet_another_one
  • Score: 61

7:57am Fri 25 Apr 14

bosco1 says...

Deport asap , we dont want him here and you uk tax payers should not be paying for his comfort in prison.Forget the human rights get him and his wife out now,!!
Deport asap , we dont want him here and you uk tax payers should not be paying for his comfort in prison.Forget the human rights get him and his wife out now,!! bosco1
  • Score: 67

8:00am Fri 25 Apr 14

Ginny nz says...

Why should he be allowed to make demands . He deserves to do whatever the Judge says , So someone needs to grow some balls and stand up to this murderer !!
Why should he be allowed to make demands . He deserves to do whatever the Judge says , So someone needs to grow some balls and stand up to this murderer !! Ginny nz
  • Score: 53

8:11am Fri 25 Apr 14

djd says...

Who is paying his legal bills?
Of course, it will be the Britsh taxpayer financing his life of fancy.
Yes, he should be deported and if his wife is that concerned about him, perhaps she should go and make a new life In Italy as she did in this country.
I'm sure the Italian people will welcome such a pervert with open arms.
Who is paying his legal bills? Of course, it will be the Britsh taxpayer financing his life of fancy. Yes, he should be deported and if his wife is that concerned about him, perhaps she should go and make a new life In Italy as she did in this country. I'm sure the Italian people will welcome such a pervert with open arms. djd
  • Score: 52

8:21am Fri 25 Apr 14

Ma-lady says...

You won't get to see your wife - bloody shame that !
You won't get to see your wife - bloody shame that ! Ma-lady
  • Score: 42

8:38am Fri 25 Apr 14

Valerie W. says...

Whoever does he think the is?
Whoever does he think the is? Valerie W.
  • Score: 45

8:53am Fri 25 Apr 14

Blackandred says...

I couldn't care less what he thinks or wants. He broke the law and is being punished for it. Being deprived of his freedom and family is the least that he deserves after he deprived his victims of their lives. He should consider himself fortunate with what he has; if the punsihment met the crime, he would have been executed and would no longer be a burden on anyone.
I couldn't care less what he thinks or wants. He broke the law and is being punished for it. Being deprived of his freedom and family is the least that he deserves after he deprived his victims of their lives. He should consider himself fortunate with what he has; if the punsihment met the crime, he would have been executed and would no longer be a burden on anyone. Blackandred
  • Score: 51

8:55am Fri 25 Apr 14

60plus says...

Most probably his wife does not work either so send her back as well and save twice as much money.
Most probably his wife does not work either so send her back as well and save twice as much money. 60plus
  • Score: 46

9:05am Fri 25 Apr 14

Townee says...

Where does he get the phone cards to phone his wife 5 times a day. I thought people in prison could only photo friends once a week.
If I had my why he would be locked up with no contact with anyone, feed him once a day in the dark, then he would know what hell is like for those two children he deprived of their mother.
If I remember rightly the ladies daughter now works for the Echo so I hope she reads the comments from local people who hate this vermin. Send him back to Italy and make his wife go as well, we don't need this type of person in this country.
My thoughts are with the two children who lost their mother.
Where does he get the phone cards to phone his wife 5 times a day. I thought people in prison could only photo friends once a week. If I had my why he would be locked up with no contact with anyone, feed him once a day in the dark, then he would know what hell is like for those two children he deprived of their mother. If I remember rightly the ladies daughter now works for the Echo so I hope she reads the comments from local people who hate this vermin. Send him back to Italy and make his wife go as well, we don't need this type of person in this country. My thoughts are with the two children who lost their mother. Townee
  • Score: 40

9:11am Fri 25 Apr 14

BarrHumbug says...

If his wife's got arthritis then the warmer weather in Italy will be good for her so off you trot..........
If his wife's got arthritis then the warmer weather in Italy will be good for her so off you trot.......... BarrHumbug
  • Score: 52

9:14am Fri 25 Apr 14

Bournemouth87 says...

Restivo lost his human rights when he brutally murdered 2 women. If his appeal is successful then I think it is time for the people of Bournemouth to support the 2 children that lost their mother and a protest will be held. We need to stick together to get this man out of the country and never allow him back.
Restivo lost his human rights when he brutally murdered 2 women. If his appeal is successful then I think it is time for the people of Bournemouth to support the 2 children that lost their mother and a protest will be held. We need to stick together to get this man out of the country and never allow him back. Bournemouth87
  • Score: 44

9:31am Fri 25 Apr 14

contric says...

hang him end of
hang him end of contric
  • Score: 29

9:40am Fri 25 Apr 14

Filbrit says...

Send him back to Italy ASAP! I will be happy if my tax will go to the less fortunate people rather than to give to this animal.
Send him back to Italy ASAP! I will be happy if my tax will go to the less fortunate people rather than to give to this animal. Filbrit
  • Score: 25

9:44am Fri 25 Apr 14

BackinPoole says...

Put him on a South American C130.......
Put him on a South American C130....... BackinPoole
  • Score: 15

9:45am Fri 25 Apr 14

KLH says...

Snivelling fat b@st@rd - send the creep on his way.
Snivelling fat b@st@rd - send the creep on his way. KLH
  • Score: 26

9:48am Fri 25 Apr 14

poolebabe says...

I really don't know why we continue to fund a life for vermin. Hang, shoot or inject them, free up prisons and give the money saved to the elderly. It says something when prisoners get better care than the elderly. Three square meals a day, education, activities, exercise, health care, clean beds, warmth, no bills. It's all so wrong.
I really don't know why we continue to fund a life for vermin. Hang, shoot or inject them, free up prisons and give the money saved to the elderly. It says something when prisoners get better care than the elderly. Three square meals a day, education, activities, exercise, health care, clean beds, warmth, no bills. It's all so wrong. poolebabe
  • Score: 30

9:57am Fri 25 Apr 14

jwtmusic says...

Surely the real question is what his wife wants. It is her rights that matter, not his. It is not right that she should be punished, if this is a case of deportation. If, however, it is actually an extradition request, as one of the other commenters suggests, that is quite different. If the Italians have the evidence, as presumably they do, he should be on the first plane out.
Surely the real question is what his wife wants. It is her rights that matter, not his. It is not right that she should be punished, if this is a case of deportation. If, however, it is actually an extradition request, as one of the other commenters suggests, that is quite different. If the Italians have the evidence, as presumably they do, he should be on the first plane out. jwtmusic
  • Score: -18

10:15am Fri 25 Apr 14

guisselle says...

Bournemouth87 wrote:
Restivo lost his human rights when he brutally murdered 2 women. If his appeal is successful then I think it is time for the people of Bournemouth to support the 2 children that lost their mother and a protest will be held. We need to stick together to get this man out of the country and never allow him back.
Too right what a despicable man!
[quote][p][bold]Bournemouth87[/bold] wrote: Restivo lost his human rights when he brutally murdered 2 women. If his appeal is successful then I think it is time for the people of Bournemouth to support the 2 children that lost their mother and a protest will be held. We need to stick together to get this man out of the country and never allow him back.[/p][/quote]Too right what a despicable man! guisselle
  • Score: 22

10:39am Fri 25 Apr 14

speedy231278 says...

Tough luck. You do the crime, you do the time. Let's hope this doesn't become a massively costly exercise like getting rid of Abu Hamza. I'm sure if his wife really wanted to see him again, she'd move to Italy if he was deported.
Tough luck. You do the crime, you do the time. Let's hope this doesn't become a massively costly exercise like getting rid of Abu Hamza. I'm sure if his wife really wanted to see him again, she'd move to Italy if he was deported. speedy231278
  • Score: 26

10:45am Fri 25 Apr 14

nickynoodah says...

Hang the tnuc.
Hang the tnuc. nickynoodah
  • Score: 22

11:13am Fri 25 Apr 14

Carolyn43 says...

yet_another_one wrote:
therank wrote:
what a messed up society we live in. why do we concern ourselves with so called human rights of animals like this. why do we continually abuse the rights of innocent victims and their families by giving these people choices. The parents of that 16 year old child come first in my view and he needs to go to Italy. Surprised his wife even wants to see him after what he did.
Why should UK taxpayers foot the costs for his prison sentence let alone visits from his so called wife.
If I remember correctly, didn't he commit a similar offence in his native Italy?
Another point, calling this guy an animal is an insult to the animal world.
As the article says he murdered Elisa Clap. That's why the Italians want him.
[quote][p][bold]yet_another_one[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]therank[/bold] wrote: what a messed up society we live in. why do we concern ourselves with so called human rights of animals like this. why do we continually abuse the rights of innocent victims and their families by giving these people choices. The parents of that 16 year old child come first in my view and he needs to go to Italy. Surprised his wife even wants to see him after what he did.[/p][/quote]Why should UK taxpayers foot the costs for his prison sentence let alone visits from his so called wife. If I remember correctly, didn't he commit a similar offence in his native Italy? Another point, calling this guy an animal is an insult to the animal world.[/p][/quote]As the article says he murdered Elisa Clap. That's why the Italians want him. Carolyn43
  • Score: 22

11:21am Fri 25 Apr 14

Marty Caine UKIP says...

So he is saying that if he is sent to Italy his punishment will be even more severe ? Would he like a lift to the airport ?
So he is saying that if he is sent to Italy his punishment will be even more severe ? Would he like a lift to the airport ? Marty Caine UKIP
  • Score: 37

11:31am Fri 25 Apr 14

mikeymagic says...

He shouldn't be allowed an opinion on the matter let alone to voice it. And as for the wife, if she decides she wants to be associated with a murderer then she can travel with the piece of scum.
He shouldn't be allowed an opinion on the matter let alone to voice it. And as for the wife, if she decides she wants to be associated with a murderer then she can travel with the piece of scum. mikeymagic
  • Score: 35

11:41am Fri 25 Apr 14

JackJohnson says...

Marty Caine UKIP wrote:
So he is saying that if he is sent to Italy his punishment will be even more severe ? Would he like a lift to the airport ?
Oi!

Get to the back of the queue.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine UKIP[/bold] wrote: So he is saying that if he is sent to Italy his punishment will be even more severe ? Would he like a lift to the airport ?[/p][/quote]Oi! Get to the back of the queue. JackJohnson
  • Score: 19

11:47am Fri 25 Apr 14

Dean Park says...

I think he gave up any rights whatsoever when he started murdering people!
I think he gave up any rights whatsoever when he started murdering people! Dean Park
  • Score: 22

1:00pm Fri 25 Apr 14

MrPitiful says...

jwtmusic wrote:
Surely the real question is what his wife wants. It is her rights that matter, not his. It is not right that she should be punished, if this is a case of deportation. If, however, it is actually an extradition request, as one of the other commenters suggests, that is quite different. If the Italians have the evidence, as presumably they do, he should be on the first plane out.
Unfortunately not what we might want to hear but at the same time seemingly true.
[quote][p][bold]jwtmusic[/bold] wrote: Surely the real question is what his wife wants. It is her rights that matter, not his. It is not right that she should be punished, if this is a case of deportation. If, however, it is actually an extradition request, as one of the other commenters suggests, that is quite different. If the Italians have the evidence, as presumably they do, he should be on the first plane out.[/p][/quote]Unfortunately not what we might want to hear but at the same time seemingly true. MrPitiful
  • Score: -8

1:36pm Fri 25 Apr 14

justsayithowitis says...

MrPitiful wrote:
jwtmusic wrote:
Surely the real question is what his wife wants. It is her rights that matter, not his. It is not right that she should be punished, if this is a case of deportation. If, however, it is actually an extradition request, as one of the other commenters suggests, that is quite different. If the Italians have the evidence, as presumably they do, he should be on the first plane out.
Unfortunately not what we might want to hear but at the same time seemingly true.
I don't care what his wife wants. If she sticks up for this scum she can follow him to Italy. If she didn't like what he did she would have surely divorced him and not stayed in the house looking at the murder scene. Not quite right in the head I think
[quote][p][bold]MrPitiful[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jwtmusic[/bold] wrote: Surely the real question is what his wife wants. It is her rights that matter, not his. It is not right that she should be punished, if this is a case of deportation. If, however, it is actually an extradition request, as one of the other commenters suggests, that is quite different. If the Italians have the evidence, as presumably they do, he should be on the first plane out.[/p][/quote]Unfortunately not what we might want to hear but at the same time seemingly true.[/p][/quote]I don't care what his wife wants. If she sticks up for this scum she can follow him to Italy. If she didn't like what he did she would have surely divorced him and not stayed in the house looking at the murder scene. Not quite right in the head I think justsayithowitis
  • Score: 20

2:10pm Fri 25 Apr 14

Bob Bournemouth says...

If someone commits a serious crime then his "human rights" go out of the window.What about the victims' human rights. Send him back to Italy where I'm sure the prisons are much tougher than ours. If his wife still loves him (though I can't see why) she should go and live in Italy too.
If someone commits a serious crime then his "human rights" go out of the window.What about the victims' human rights. Send him back to Italy where I'm sure the prisons are much tougher than ours. If his wife still loves him (though I can't see why) she should go and live in Italy too. Bob Bournemouth
  • Score: 14

2:31pm Fri 25 Apr 14

ASM says...

i get angry when i see him in the paper or read his name. he is evil, cold blooded and deserves to rot in hell and die a slow painful death without mercy.
i hope he dies in a similar fashion to how he took the lives of the innocent
i get angry when i see him in the paper or read his name. he is evil, cold blooded and deserves to rot in hell and die a slow painful death without mercy. i hope he dies in a similar fashion to how he took the lives of the innocent ASM
  • Score: 17

2:56pm Fri 25 Apr 14

Wageslave says...

Lets not forget that he was at Throop stalking for a third victim fully equipped with the tools for the job. Luckily the police were watching him. He had the women of Bournemouth TERRIFIED while he was on the loose. Get rid, it is our human right to live without terror.
Lets not forget that he was at Throop stalking for a third victim fully equipped with the tools for the job. Luckily the police were watching him. He had the women of Bournemouth TERRIFIED while he was on the loose. Get rid, it is our human right to live without terror. Wageslave
  • Score: 21

2:58pm Fri 25 Apr 14

Bob49 says...

Or in reality he is being used by greedy lawyers who will earn fat fees under the guise of upholding the integrity of justice.

I doubt this case is being carried out under a no win no fee arrangement.

Sadly there are still the cranks and loonies who believe that even more money should be handed over to lawyers and other money grabbing shysters via the endless appeals over capital punishment. A disturbing thought as the likelihood is that were it to be re-introduced the conviction rate would plummet and the murder rate would rise.

Even more disturbing is that he still has a wife. Why has she not divorced him ? Maybe she has found some way of profiting from remaining married to an extremely sick and highly dangerous person.
Or in reality he is being used by greedy lawyers who will earn fat fees under the guise of upholding the integrity of justice. I doubt this case is being carried out under a no win no fee arrangement. Sadly there are still the cranks and loonies who believe that even more money should be handed over to lawyers and other money grabbing shysters via the endless appeals over capital punishment. A disturbing thought as the likelihood is that were it to be re-introduced the conviction rate would plummet and the murder rate would rise. Even more disturbing is that he still has a wife. Why has she not divorced him ? Maybe she has found some way of profiting from remaining married to an extremely sick and highly dangerous person. Bob49
  • Score: 11

4:14pm Fri 25 Apr 14

GeorgeW64 says...

No doubt he'll still be appealing in 10 years time, why doesn't this country just kick him out and be done with it, he can appeal all he wants in an Italian court.
No doubt he'll still be appealing in 10 years time, why doesn't this country just kick him out and be done with it, he can appeal all he wants in an Italian court. GeorgeW64
  • Score: 9

5:33pm Fri 25 Apr 14

SeafaringMan says...

The so-called human rights legislation seems to pander to the rights of everyone, except the victims and their families.
The so-called human rights legislation seems to pander to the rights of everyone, except the victims and their families. SeafaringMan
  • Score: 8

6:08pm Fri 25 Apr 14

Yankee1 says...

I think he should see his wife, in the moments before he steps in the gallows.

Send him 'home'. They want him; we do not.
I think he should see his wife, in the moments before he steps in the gallows. Send him 'home'. They want him; we do not. Yankee1
  • Score: 3

6:55pm Fri 25 Apr 14

skydriver says...

Too bad, send him back ASAP save the UK some money.
Too bad, send him back ASAP save the UK some money. skydriver
  • Score: 2

2:11am Sat 26 Apr 14

Rally says...

Surely the people responsible for this deplorable development are the solicitors/lawyers who put Restivo up to it?
This isn't about justice or human rights; it is about morally corrupt individuals playing about with the Law to see if they can 'win' or not.
Surely the people responsible for this deplorable development are the solicitors/lawyers who put Restivo up to it? This isn't about justice or human rights; it is about morally corrupt individuals playing about with the Law to see if they can 'win' or not. Rally
  • Score: 2

4:13am Sat 26 Apr 14

Old Boscombe Lad says...

Send him back to Italy. No ifs-no ands- and a kick in the butt.
Send him back to Italy. No ifs-no ands- and a kick in the butt. Old Boscombe Lad
  • Score: 2

8:35am Sat 26 Apr 14

Ang1975 says...

He has a wife? And she wants to see him? Screwy.
He has a wife? And she wants to see him? Screwy. Ang1975
  • Score: 1

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