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Google, when ordered by Guiliano Mignini, the corrupt prosecutor in the Amanda Knox case, you removed Frank Sfarzo's website "Perugia Shock" which supported the innocence of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. Mignini has continually harrassed Frank Sfarzo, a highly respected Italian journalist. In fatc, Mignini had Mr. Sfarzo arrested and beaten for publicly declaring his views on this case.You are an American company and the fact that you are involved in the supression of free speech is unconscionable. You should be ashamed and you should repost the site and publicly declare your support of Mr. Sfarzo's right to express his views. How dare you enjoy the rights of the First Amendment but not support those rights for EVERYONE around the world. I am wondering if this comment will also be "removed by author"?
Why was the comment made by the first person removed? Was it foul?
To Whom it may concern at Google--You have just been used by an Italian prosecutor Giulani Mignini to curb an individual reporter's freedom of speech and Italian freedom of the press, by removing a blog called PERUGIA SHOCK from your server.Mignini is the prosecutor in the Meridith Kercher murder case in Italy and Perugia Shock written by Frank Sfarzo has for three years been reporting on the case, exposing its flaws. Mignini has a long history of harassing those who don't agree with his views in criminal trials. He is suing, or has threatened to sue for slander/defamation, around a dozen people and news organizations who support the innocence of the two accused; Amanda Knox and Raffaele Solicitto He has already been convicted of abuse of office in another murder case he handled, and is only not in jail because of the Italian system of appeals. Please check it out.Frank Sfarzo is just the latest person who disagrees with Mignini's views to be sued for slander/defamation. Please look into the case further, and REINSTATE Perugia Shock.Thank youTheresa MacGillivray
Actually, this is the truth. There is a Prosecutor SO corrupt that he wiggled his way into "The Moster of Florence" case ending up only to be indicted to jail for 16 months. He was still allowed to be the Prosecutor on the "Murder of Meredith Kercher" case and has wrongly convicted 2 innocent kids to jail for 25 and 26 yrs. This has been a horrible mistake. They are going to be out soon. The Prosecutor will end up in jail, but Google, what have you done? :(
he is not a journalist he is in fact just a "blogger"
Google, I cannot find words sufficient to express my disappointment in you for rolling back on your heels to the over-reaching by Prosecutor Mignini. If the editor of the West Seattle Herald has the backbone to stand up to this petty dictator, why can't you? By the way, your isn't the only search engine in the world. My reaction to your kowtowing to Mignini is to see if you can be replaced by other vehicles that have not compromised themselves.You could save me the trouble by re-instating Perugia Shock.
Good thing Google you packed off this Frank Sfarzo character. He has been spewing unsubstantiated crap about poor little angelic amanda and the bad Italian prosecutors for way too long.anyone interested in reading objective unbiased reporting about this sad case should refer to Perugia Murder File.Good was only obeying the law; and the law had some important objections to Mr. Sfarzo's rantings and libelous characterizing.
I think there are some people very jealous and hateful on here. Ew
I find the 'free expression' tag on that post funny given how Google censor comments around here.
I have always respected Google for many reasons. Now I have serious doubt to Google's humanity. How could you fall victim to Builiano Mignini's order? As an American I feel shame for Google taking down Frank Sfarzo's wesite "Perugia Shock". It is hypocritical of Google to defend the freedom of speech and then censor it yourself. Will I be censored as well?
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