Federal Police Chief Commissioner Rogério Galloro said Italian national Cesare Battisti will be located soon, even if he is no longer in Brazil. He has been regarded as a fugitive since December 14, when President Michel Temer signed his extradition.
Italian activist Cesare Battisti, 64, is now regarded as a fugitive and is being sought across Brazil. The Federal Police released the main disguise possibilities that could be taken up by the Italian national, targeted by an arrest order issued by Brazil’s Supreme Court.
In response to Italy’s Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini, Brazil’s President-Elect Jair Bolsonaro said on his Twitter account today (Dec. 14) that Italian Cesare Battisti, whose arrest has been ruled, will be extradited as far as he is concerned.
Brazil’s President-Elect Jair Bolsonaro talked Monday (Nov. 5) with Italy’s Ambassador to Brazil Antonio Bernardini about the situation of 63-year-old Italian national Cesare Battisti. Convicted in Italy of terrorism and four murders, Battisti lives in São Paulo.