The effects of the Ablyazov/ Shalabayeva Case on the future of the Italian Government

The effects of the Ablyazov: Shalabayeva Case on the future of the Italian Government pdf  (scarica qui la versione pdf)

As a starting point, the two matters, the Shalabayeva case and the violation of human rights in different Countries in the World, need to be analyzed separately.

In theory, from the deviant behavior point of view, that is from the analysis of those behaviors that are considered as deviant, so usually contrary to the rules applied by society, the behavior of the Republic of Kazakhstan may not result to be criminal. So, considering the geographical, anthropological and historical aspects, the action may be legitimate from the Kazakh point of view.

I believe we need to focus on the events occurred in Italy and, more in general, in Europe where there is no doubt that, both according to substantive law and according to natural law, that is the system of law determined by common sense, the behavior of the Police Authorities and of those who politically led those authorities was absolutely wrongful.

It is for the actions carried out in Italy that also the Kazakh conduct has to be reproached.

In synopsis:

With regards to the procedures, the actions carried out by the Italian Police were, in my opinion, not only unusual, but also criminally relevant.

Several violations of the criminal code could be listed out, such as conceptual falsity (meaning that although the document concerned is genuine, its content is not), abuse of authority and, even though a deeper analysis is required, kidnapping.

Moreover, there was a clear violation of regulations of the diplomatic relations, both from the Kazakh representatives and from the Italian authorities, first of all the Ministry of Interior, who should not have received the Kazakh diplomat without the approval of the relevant Ministry, that is the Foreign Ministry.

Such violation could be considered as a serious violation of the diplomatic code and could lead, as I assume the relevant Ministry is preparing to do, to the expulsion from Italy of the Kazakh diplomat, as an unwelcome person.

According to Prefect Pansa’s report, “the Minister could have known”; it is a diplomatic way of saying to acknowledge the obvious. I know Prefect Pansa very well, he was my boss at Special Service State Police and I deeply respect him.

Minister Alfano appointed Procaccini, head of his Cabinet, that is Alfano’s closest collaborator, to receive the Kazakh diplomatic delegation. It is absolutely impossible that Procaccini did not provide a report to Alfano on the meeting, also considering the important information disclosed during the meeting.

The first moves of the Italian government served as stopgap measures: the expulsion order was revoked, that is good, but this will not lead to anything.

Today’s debate in Senate could lead to Alfano’s resignation, which should be a logic action to undertake, hopefully the political resolution will lead to an official protest towards the Kazakh Government, this should include also the Italian Ambassador to be called back for a consult and the replacement request of the current Kazakh diplomatic representative in Rome.

With regards to the operational responsibilities, the operation was inappropriate and lacks experience. When you are planning to catch an international fugitive who could be armed, for professional experience, it is not advisable to irrupt in a house, where there are other people and especially children. In such cases usually, once the fugitive has been identified, you wait to catch the fugitive outside in the street.

Probably it will be the four high level managers of the Police and of the Ministry, some of them are very close to the retirement, who will pay the price of the operation.

This affaire occurred in an unstable political context. In the event Alfano has to resign from his position, the PDL, the Political Party of which Berlusconi is the undoubted leader, would immediately give up support on the current Government, that would then be forced to be dismissed in turn.

Some members of the PDL, Gasparri in particular, continue to claim that Mr Ablyazov is a dangerous fugitive, as if this were some sort of justification.

Even if this was true, it wouldn’t change the facts, mainly because the dispute focuses on Ablyazov’s wife and on their young child.

Lastly, a brief consideration on the Ablyazov’s international arrest warrant. From what I have read it seems that there is an Interpol Notice, there is no international arrest warrant, so, in the event Mr Ablyazov had been found in Italy, he should have been brought to the custody of the Local Authorities. The Local Authorities should have then evaluated the legitimacy of the wanted Notice. However, the Local Authorities could have not allowed extradition, according to international laws and considering that Mr Ablyazov is a political refugee, as stated by the UK.

To close up, a pessimistic remark. It is hard for me to believe that the situation will be solved with a benevolent action by the Kazakh Authorities, that, subsequently to the pressures of the Italian Government, will allow Mrs Shalabayeva and her daughter to return to Italy. This is however the strategy that needs to be applied, without attacking directly Kazakhstan at least in this phase, considering what is currently going on that country. At the moment, we have to demand the Italian and European right to protect all the citizens who are in our territories.

  16/07/2013

Claudio Loiodice

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About Claudio Loiodice

Claudio Loiodice (Potenza, 14 Luglio 1960) Sociologo Professionista, Criminologo esperto in geopolitica Docente di Criminologia Applicata alle Investigazioni presso il Dipartimento dell’Educazione della Repubblica e Cantone del Ticino (CH) Dirigente Associazione Nazionale Sociologi, delegato per il UK. Membro del direttivo nazionale della Fondazione Antonino Caponnetto e rappresentante UK. Membro della British Sociological Association e della American Society of Criminology. Biografia Si arruola nel corpo delle Guardie di P.S. (poi diventata Polizia di Stato) nel 1979. Giovane sportivo, dopo il corso di istruttore diventa Guardia di Pubblica Sicurezza, viene destinato a Torino dove viene impiegato immediatamente nelle attività più delicate nel contrasto alla criminalità. Nel 1984 viene assegnato alla sezione criminalità organizzata della squadra mobile e impiegato nelle più delicate indagini su tutto il territorio nazionale contro le varie organizzazioni mafiose, divenendo ben presto stretto collaboratore di grandi investigatori. Si occupa in particolare del fenomeno dei sequestri di persona, all’ epoca vera piaga nazionale, e, in particolare, dei sequestri di Marco Fiora, Carlo Celadon e Patrizia Tacchella, oltre ai molti casi di omicidi legati all’ Ndrangheta e alla Mafia. Nel 1987 frequenta l’Istituto di Perfezionamento per Ispettori e, dopo aver superato il corso, viene nominato comandante di squadra investigativa presso la sezione Omicidi e Criminalità Organizzata della Squadra Mobile. Alla fine del 1989, viene scelto dai vertici della Polizia come primo Ufficiale di Polizia Giudiziaria addetto ad attività under cover. Viene affidato all’ addestramento operativo della Drug Enforcement Administration. Nel 1990 compie la prima attività sotto copertura infiltrandosi in un’organizzazione internazionale guidata da cittadini curdi in Italia e Spagna. Dal 1990 al 2002 svolge 12 missioni under cover a livello nazionale e internazionale riuscendo a sgominare dall’ interno pericolose organizzazioni mafiose. Nel contempo svolge studi approfonditi sulla sociologia dell’immigrazione. Propone e crea la prima squadra contro la criminalità estera occupandosi di Nord Africa, Albania e Cina. Nel 1993 conduce personalmente le indagini sul primo omicidio legato alla criminalità cinese e collabora direttamente con il P M, portando a termine una delicata indagine internazionale che sfocia nell’ arresto di criminali cinesi in Italia, Francia e Olanda. Gli studi sul fenomeno lo portano a partecipare ad una ricerca accademica presso la facoltà di Sociologia e Antropologia della Oxford University. All’ inizio degli anni 2000 si dedica allo studio del fenomeno del fondamentalismo islamico in Europa e delle dinamiche di proselitismo e radicalismo dei Paesi Nord Africani; studi ovviamente legati alle tecniche di infiltrazione mediante l’immigrazione clandestina di elementi legati al terrorismo internazionale. Approfondisce le questioni relative al proliferare delle “case di preghiera” nei quartieri cittadini a forte presenza musulmana e di emarginazione sociale. Nel contempo svolge le sue ultime attività undercover infiltrandosi nelle più pericolosa ‘ndrangheta calabrese, specializzandosi in attività antiriciclaggio. L’ operazione porta allo smantellamento totale della struttura criminale nel nord Italia, incidendo pesantemente anche sulle finanze delle famiglie ‘ndranghetiste. Mette a frutto le sue esperienze come “commercialista” infiltrato per specializzarsi nei processi internazionali economici, nel Business Intelligence e nelle Due Diligence, offrendo, grazie ai suoi contatti nell’ intelligence internazionale tecniche di analisi e gestione delle crisi industriali, dei progetti antifrode e antiriciclaggio. Nella seconda metà degli anni 2000 lascia la Polizia di Stato e si trasferisce a Londra dove si specializza e dirige la società Strategy & Security Advisory – SSA EMEA Ltd per la gestione del rischio industriale e finanziario. Nel 2012 ottiene il Master in Alti Studi Geopolitici organizzato dalla prestigiosa Società Italiana per le Organizzazioni Internazionali con una tesi sulla “primavera araba” in Bahrain. Membro dell’Ufficio di Presidenza della Fondazione Antonino Caponnetto, si occupa di progetti di legalità e di studi sulla corruzione, il riciclaggio e gli appalti pubblici. Consulente in affari geopolitici dell’Osservatorio Mediterrraneo sulla Criminalità Organizzata e le Mafie. Pubblica costantemente le sue ricerche sui periodici in Italia e UK, dell’Associazione Nazionale Sociologi http://www.ans-sociologi.it/ e dalla British Sociological Association - BSA Teacher Journal. Claudio Loiodice (Potenza, Italy, July, 14 1960) Professional Sociologist, Criminologist with expertise in geopolitics. Teacher of Criminology applied to Investigations at the Department of Education of the Republic and Canton of Ticino (Switzerland) Board Member of the Italian Sociologist National Association - Associazione Nazionale Sociologi – UK delegate. National Board Member of the Antonino Caponnetto Foundation and UK representative. Member of the British Sociological Association and of the American Society of Criminology. Biography He joined the Italian National Police (former Guards of Public Security) in 1979. Young athlete, after the course as instructor he becomes Guard of Public Security and he is transferred to Torino (Italy) where he is immediately employed in the most delicate activities against crime. In 1984, he is transferred to the Organized Crime Department of the Italian Flying Squad and is employed in the most delicate investigations, carried out on a national level, into the various mafia – type organizations, thus becoming soon a close collaborator of great investigators. In particular, he focuses on kidnapping, at that time a national emergency. In particular, he works on the kidnapping of Marco Fiora, Carlo Celadon and of Patrizia Tacchella. He also works on several murder cases related to mafia – like organizations (‘Ndrangheta – Italian Region of Calabria and Mafia – Italian Region of Sicily). In 1987 he attends the School for Inspectors of the Italian National Police. Once graduated he is appointed Chief of the Investigation Team of the Murder and Organized Crime Department of the Italian Flying Squad. At the end of 1989, he is chosen by the Executives of the Italian Police as the first Officer of Judiciary Police for under cover activities. He receives then operative training by the Drug Enforcement Administration. In 1990, he completes his first under cover mission. He infiltrates an international criminal organization managed by Kurd citizens in Italy and in Spain. Between 1990 and 2002, he completes 12 under cover missions both on a national and on an international level. He manages to defeat from the inside dangerous mafia like organizations. In the meantime, he carries out in depth studies on the sociology of migration. He proposes the creation and then creates the first Italian Police Team against foreign crime. He focuses on North Africa, Albania and China. In 1993, he personally carries out investigations into the first murder case related to the Chinese organized crime. He collaborates directly with the Public Prosecutor in a delicate international investigation that will lead to the arrest of Chinese criminals in Italy, France and Holland. His studies on this matter enable him to participate to an academic research held at the Faculty of Sociology and Anthropology of the Oxford University. At the beginning of the 2000s, he focuses his studies on the Islamic fundamentalism in Europe and on the dynamics of proselytism and of radicalism in the North African Countries. These studies are obviously related to the infiltration techniques through the illegal immigration of subjects related to international terrorism. He studies in depth the so-called phenomenon of the “Houses of Prayer” that develop in the districts characterized by a strong Muslim presence and by social exclusion. In the meantime, he completes his last under cover mission. He infiltrates the most dangerous Calabrian mafia – like criminal organization and he specializes in anti-money laundering activities. The mission leads to the total dissolution of the criminal structure in the North of Italy; this has a strong negative effect on the Calabrian mafia – like families and on their finances. He uses his experience as infiltrated “accountant” in order to specialize his skills in the international economic processes, in Business Intelligence and Due Diligence. Thanks to his contacts in the international intelligence, he offers analysis techniques, industrial crisis management techniques and anti-fraud and anti-money laundering projects. In the second half of the 2000s, he retires from The Italian National Police and moves to London where he is managing director of the company Strategy & Security Advisory – SSA EMEA Ltd, whose core business is financial and industrial risk management. In 2012, he achieves the Master in High Geopolitical Studies organized by the prestigious Italian Society for the International Organizations - SIOI. His Master dissertation focuses on the “Arab Spring” in Bahrain. As a board member of the Antonino Caponnetto Foundation, he works on projects related to lawfulness and on studies on corruption, anti-money laundering and public tenders. He is a consultant for the geopolitical affairs of the Italian Mediterranean Observatory for the Organized Crime and mafia- like organizations. He constantly publishes his researches on journals in Italy and in the UK, via the Italian Sociological Association - http://www.ans-sociologi.it/ - and the British Sociological Association - BSA Teacher Journal.

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