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Italy’s former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to one year in jail after a wiretap trial linked to a 2005 banking scandal.
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I fully knew from the start that RT was again writing false headings in order to catch attention
Get your hands on Islamic literature.
"made in isreal"
Silvio is a great man and it is sad that his opponents want to ruin him this way.
let it go
Berlusconi is bad, but he iant the worst. Trust me.
Seemingly an attempt to force new elections and put technocrat Monti back in.
Italy watch out...!
what does this guy want in politics with 2 criminal convictions?
Already convicted, frequently in court on other charges, still free and still a candidate for Italys power. The rich and powerful escape jail and remain rich and powerful ... this is why ordinary people will be rioting in the next few years.
Is Italy bankrupt yet! Oh wait - USA is & no one has been charged! They got bonuses and pay increase
You dont meen this,is Berlusconi a criminal,who would have thunk that?Mafia scum he is!
doing this in the US would put the whole of parasite obamas legislators all behing bars ...
Read the Protocols of the Elders of Rome...
Isr ael's Best Critics are Jews.
...Still a criminal and a convict.
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