Ferdinando Imposimato, the retired judge who led the initial inquiry and has since conducted his own research, said that 25 years after the shooting in St Peter’s Square on May 13, 1981, “many mysteries remain”. He told The Times that he remained “120 per cent convinced” that the murder attempt was planned in Moscow.
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
The man who knows too much
Marvellous real-life conspiracy theory stuff from Italy, where a judge fears for the life of the just-released almost-assassin of Pope John Paul II because he "knows too much":