Born in 1947, he graduated in Law from the University of Padua in 1970.
He has just left his office of magistrate after spending four decades working “far from the media spotlight and not caring about the career and politics”.
Between the Seventies and the Eighties, he fought in the first line against terrorism and kidnapping and, then, against corruption at all levels. He has always been committed to “more fairness in Italy and a more transparent public system”.
He is currently columnist for Il Messaggero in Rome, Il Mattino in Naples and Il Gazzettino in Venice.