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Italian History X
12-24-2006, 10:33 AM,
Italian History X
Remember the Italian Fascist Secret Police Network
Uncovered in 2005?

Italian History X. Gaetano Saya not a lunatic. He is
for real!

Profile: Saya's grandfather joined Mussolini's March
on Rome. Saya is estimed by shadowy fascist figure
Licio Gelli.

Saya was born in Messina in 1956 and was raised by his
grandfather, Matteo Francesco Gesuino, a member of the
pre-WWII Royal Army and a participant in Mussolini's
March on Rome. From the time he was a child Saya felt
attracted by the Movimento Sociale Italiano - Destra
Nazionale [fascist] and at the age of 18 enrolled in
the now defunct Guardians of Public Safety. Later, he
was hired by the NATO Secret Services as an expert in
ISPEG (Information, Sabotage, Propaganda and Guerrilla
Warfare) and specializing in counterespionaage and

In 1995 he was recruited into an exclusive Masonic
Lodge by SISMI General Giuseppe Santovito and achieved
the rank of Venerable Master in Lodge No. 1
(International). In November 1997, Saya served as
state's witness for the Italian Republic in the trial
of statesman Giulio Andreotti. After retirement, Saya
decided to launch a fascist political movement,
MSI-National Right, where he became the unchallenged
chairman. Saya holds a university degree in Criminal
Justice and Political Science and is a Knight of the
International Order of Peace. In December 2002, he was
named Honorary President of the National Law
Enforcement Union, the first labor union representing
inter-agency national police. He was given the post
of Director-General, Interagency Anti-Islamic
Terrorism Police, Department of Strategic Studies on
Terrorism -

In November 2004, he was charged with disseminating
literature promoting white supremacy and racial
hatred. The trial has been postponed until October

Negroponte. Ledeen. Boykin. North. These figures have
always made me queasy because nothing stands between
them and their goals, especially values and the law.
The murder of Il Diario reporter Endo Baldoni and the
hit on Giuliana Sgrena which killed Niccola Calipari
smell of the involvment of shadowy organizations
operating on the margins.

An Italian investigation has uncovered an underground,
parallel police network with possible links to the CIA
which are involved in the slaying of Niccola Calipari
and Il Diario reporter Enzo Baldoni, the extraordiary
rendition of Abu Omar and Nigergate.

The investigation is ongoing. On the surface, it looks
like a scam. But somehow, it has the same perfume of
the deliberate quasi-legality we saw in Iran-Contra.

From the italian Newspaper Il Corriere della Sera in
2005 :

Underground police network discovered in Italy.
Investigation by the Genoa Public Prosecutor's Office
reveals anti-terror police staffed by Freemasons and
shadowy CIA operatives. Two are arrested. Dozens of
police and security force personnel involved.
The network is discovered amidst an investigation into
an Italian security contractor slain in Iraq.

A parallel, covert antiterrorism police force has been
uncovered inside the Department of Strategic Studies
on Anti-terrorism. This is the conclusion of the DIGOS
[Divisione Investigazione Generali e Operazioni
Speciali, or Department of General and Special
Operations, a police investigative unit] of the Genoa
Public Prosecutor's Office. So far two individuals
have been arrested and 25 warrants have been issued in
ten regions across the country. Another 24 are being
investigated, including 12 members of the police.
Gaetano Saya and Riccardo Sindoca, both Freemasons and
DSSA directors with links to the extreme right and
intelligence organizations beyond the oversight of
Italian Parliament have been placed under house
arrest. Saya resides in Florence and Sindoca in Pavia.

Officials uncovered the network while investigating
the death of Fabrizio Quattrocchi, an Italian private
security contractor slain in Iraq in 2004. Chief
Public Prosecutor Giuseppe Lalla, Inspector Salvatore
Presenti and DIGOS-Genoa chief Giuseppe Gonan have
excluded any involvement of Quattrocchi with DSSA,
despite a claim in an Italian magazine last May.
Connection to any Italian political figure is also
excluded. It is likely that the name of Quattrocchi
was used by the organization to credential itself as a
parallel intelligence outfit. While investigating
private security contractors working overseas, agents
on Gonan's investigation team crossed paths with a
secret, illegal investigation by the DSSA using
shadowing, investigations, illegal use of badges and
insignia carried by legitimate police.

So far, no subversive activity on the part of the DSSA
in the strictest sense of the word has emerged but the
impression is that the aims of the investigation
launched by the Genoa Public Prosecutors Office is to
prevent further wrongful conduct by the organization
and to identify persons involved from law enforcement
acting as secret agents who even might have joined in
good faith. Saya and Sindoca have been charged with
conspiracy to commit crime and usurpation of public
office in law enforcement. In substance, the
investigation team believes that DSSA (an organization
which does not exist legally) intended to finance its
operations by using funds from domestic and
international agencies.

Four rifles, tasers, a knife, a sabers, machetes,
dozens of outdoor suvivial kits, ID cards, badges and
insignia were found by the Florence branch of DIGOS
during separate searches of the residences of seven
suspected DSSA members in the Florentine capital after
a search warrants were received from the Genoa Public
Prosecutor's office. The residence of Gaetano Saya,
placed under house arrest, was used for meetings of
the network. Among other suspects are a junior officer
with the Fiscal Police in Florence, two prison police
and three civilians, including a construction company
owner and a businessman.

Before the arrests, the DSSA ran a website (taken down
after the arrests) where it described itself as
follows: The Department of Strategic Studies on
Antiterrorism, a institute recognized by Republic of
Italy interagency law enforcement and police, offers
highly-specialized investigation and research support
to the personnel of organizations under a potential
terrorist threat.

Gaetano Saya and Riccardo Sindoca are founders of a
political organization called Destra Nazionale - Nuovo
Msi [The National Right - Italian Socialist Movement]
founde in 2000 and are ex-members of Gladio. This is a
right-wing terrorist outfit once funded by the CIA
responsible for 1980 Bologna Railway Station bombing
which killed 87 and wounded 177, including several US
students on holiday].

From Saya's website:

The evil which has descended upon us finds in men
like George Bush in America and Gaetano Saya in Italy,
an impregnable bulwark: God-fearing men, harded and
pure individuals who, enlightend by God, have
descended into the valley of the shadow of death to
defend the Judeo-Christian faith and the West. The
righteousness which these men represent will defeat
the anti-Christ. God is on their side.

On the website, Saya affirmed that he his a member
of the exclusive P-2 Masonic Lodge and that in
November 1997 he was state's witness for the Public
Prosecutor of Palermo in the trial of Giulio Andreotti
[Andreotti was an Italian statesman accused of links
to the Mafia] in which Andreotti was accused of
ordering the murder of anti-Mafia investigator General
Dalla Chiesa. Saya testified that he was told that
this was so by fraternal [Masonic] companion and
friend Giuseppe Santovito, a former P-2 Lodge member,
who at the time was Director-General of SISMI
[Servizio Informazioni Sicurezza Militare, or Military
Intelligence Service].

From the italian Newpaper La Repubblica in 2005:

The Department of Strategy Studies on Antiterrorism.
This is what the organization, which represented
itself as a parallel law enforcement agency combatting
terrorism, called itself. According to investigators,
the aims of the organization was to credential itself
with major domestic and international agencies,
including foreign intelligence, for funding.

In the early hours of this morning, the DIGOS of Genoa
carried out 28 searches in nine Italian regions
(Liguria, Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany,
Lazio, Molise, Sicily and Sardinia). 21 persons
belonging to the National Police, the Carabinieri,
Fiscal Police and the Prison Police are under
investigation. Two individuals who are not members of
law enforcement but who are know to be part of the
organization have been arrested: Gaetano Saya and
Roberto Sindoca, both well-known leaders of the
National Right, which is the present-day incarnation
of the organization MIUS. [Movimento italiano di unità
sociale, or Italian Movement for Social Unity, a
fascist organization] founded by Giorgio Almirante [a
notorious racist and anti-semite, member of
Mussolini's infamous Republic of Salò under Nazi
tutelage]. Saya, an former Freemason, was state's
witness in the trial of Giulio Andreotti. Considered a
figure close to Italian intelligence, he often boasted
of his ties to SISMI. Saya and Sindoca have been
placed under house arrest in Florence and Pavia,

Several members from law enforcement joined the secret
network in good faith. The DSSA carried out
surveillance and searches in airports with few
results. Some of the members had direct access to the
Ministry of Interior data banks.

The charges: So far there have been 20 separate
investigations. The crime in question is criminal
conspiracy using money from domestic and foreign

The unconfirmed aim of the organization, explains
Genoa Chief Public Prosecutor Giuseppe Lalla, was to
credential DSSA and to run a network which would
obtain financing from foreign nations such as the
United States and Israel or organizations such as
NATO. Among their boasted activities was the tracking
down of fugitive Italian terrorists living abroad,
ex-Red Brigades, or members of other organizations
such as the example of Cesare Battisti.

Several members may have joined the secret network in
good faith. The DSSA carried out surveillance and
searches in airports with little result. Some of the
members had direct access to the Ministry of Interior
data banks.

Name of Fabrizio Quattrocchi is mentioned. The Weekly
News had recently run a story saying mercinary
Fabrizio Quattrocchi, slain in Iraq, was a member but
investigators believe that this was not the case.
While looking into Italian mercenaries working abroad,
Deputy Chief Investigator, Giuseppe Gonan crossed
paths with an illegal investigation run by DSSA
employing shadowing, background investigation, and
illegal use of badges and insignia belonging to
legitimate law enforcement. Thanks to the complicity
of several of its members, the organization was able
to retrieve confidential information directly from
Ministry of the Interior databanks.

Weapons stash in Florence. Seven searches were carried
in the Florentine capital, among theme Saya's. Four
rifles, some tasers, a Rambo knife, sabres and
machetes, dozens of outdoor survival kits, IDs,
badges, insignia and police hats. It was at Saya's
residenc that DSSA held its monthly meetings. The
homes of a junior officer of the Fiscal Police, two
Prison Police and three civilians were also searched.

Searches in Rome. The Rome DIGOS are carrying out five
searches of homes belonging to two law enforcement
officers, two private security workers and a

Searches in Milan. Seven searches were conducted in a
parallel investigation. Milan DIGOS personnel worked
together with those of Genoa and found material
documents implicating Police and Carabinieri. The
persons investigated were a Deputy Superintendant and
two assistants working for the National Police, a
retired Carabinieri, a retired police officer, a
Carabinieri Marshal and one civilian.

The Milan Public Prosecutor's office is following a
line of investigation slightly different from that in
Genoa. DSSA members impersonated police, displayed
DSSA badges very similar to that of law enforcement,
and used police insignia and automobile lights.

DSSA activities (from Wikipedia)

So the DSSA became the subject of investigation by
Italian police in July 2005 for composing a "parallel
police", recalling to all the "stay-behind" Gladio
NATO secret armies, involved in "terrorismo nero"
during the 1970-80s. The "parallel police" had been
created by far-right members Gaetano Saya and Riccardo
Sindoca, two leaders of the National Union of the
Police Forces (Unpf), a trade-union present in all the
state security forces. Both claimed they were members
of Gladio, while far-right Nuovo Movimento Sociale
Italiano - Destra Nazionale website described Gaetano
Saya as a founding member and president of the party,
while Riccardo Sindoca was described as an "expert in
criminology" and Destra Nazionale 's Cabinet chief .
Destra Nazionale was founded in 2000 as a successor to
Giorgio Almirante's will and the Movimento Sociale
Italiano (MSI) neofascist party .
The group allegedly conducted police-like operations,
following people around, writing reports and running
background checks by illegally accessing the Interior
Ministry’s protected datafiles. They also allegedly
falsified law enforcement badges. Moreover, among the
false information the DSSA allegedly provided, were
details of planned al-Qaeda attacks against Milan's
Linate international airport and the city's landmark
Duomo cathedral. The alleged aim was to benefit from
funding that became available nationally and
internationally after the 11 March, 2004 Madrid
blasts, as part of the so called global war on terror.
DSSA allegedly tried to obtain such funds from NATO,
the United States and Israel.

Kidnap Cesare Battisti? (From Wikipedia)

Some 25 people were being investigated, but the group
was thought to be composed of about 200 persons.
Roughly half of the 25 suspects are Italian law
enforcement, including Carabinieri, prison guards and
financial police. According to the DSSA website -
closed after the Italian medias' revelations -,
Fabrizio Quattrocchi, murdered in Iraq after being
taken hostage, was there "for the DSSA". Furthermore,
according to juridical sources, the DSSA was trying to
obtain international and national recognition by
intelligence agencies, in order to obtain financement
for its parallel activities. Il Messaggero, quoting
juridical sources, also declared that wiretaps
suggested that DSSA members had been planning to
kidnap Cesare Battisti, a former communist activist
wanted by the Italian justice. "We were seeing the
genesis of something similar to the death squads in
Argentina" (the AAA groups) the magistrate is reported
to have said. Italian press talked about "another
Gladio", referring to NATO's "stay-behind" clandestine
paramilitary groups during the Cold War .

What happened to Saya?


Inclusion of neo-fascist movements (from Wikipedia)

In February 2006, two months ahead of the general
elections of 2006, UDC secretary Lorenzo Cesa and
others protested against the inclusion of neo-fascists
such as Adriano Tilgher, Roberto Fiore, Alessandra
Mussolini, Gaetano Saya and Pino Rauti in the
alliance, branding them "impresentabili" (unsuitable).
It appeared for some time that these neo-fascist
leading figures were going to receive a few
almost-guaranteed seats in the Parliament on Forza
Italia's ticket. , as claimed by political opposers,
while Chairman Silvio Berlusconi definitely ruled out
this possibility.
Berlusconi confirmed negotiating with Alessandra
Mussolini (Benito Mussolini's granddaughter), but
claimed he would request her not to include people
like Tilgher and Fiore. . Mussolini had previously
contended she would not accept any veto. Berlusconi
was then photographed with Brother Gaetano Saya's wife
who is laso secretary of the extremist neo-fascist
party founded by Saya in the year 2000 who claimed
later to have an agreement with the House of
Eventually, Mussolini declared that neither she nor
other neo-fascists would be candidates, but her
alliance of neo-fascist movements, Alternativa
Sociale, would support the House of Freedoms.

Brother Gaetano Saya OF THE P2 is a illuminazi
criminal who SHOULD BE arrested but he works for the
CIA and the Vatican so he will stay a free man until
these kind of people are in charge of our planet.


Leo Lyon Zagami
Khaled Saifullah Khan

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Italian History X - leo - 12-24-2006, 10:33 AM

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