Ferdinando Imposimato

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Maddaloni, Italy
Alma materUniversity of Naples
Member of9/11 Consensus Panel
Italian who has spoken out about 9/11 and other deep politics subjects.

Ferdinando Imposimato, the Honorary President of Italy's Supreme Court, is an Italian who has spoken out about 9/11.


During his career as prosecutor, Imposimato was in charge of investigation for the kidnapping of Aldo Moro, Mehmet Ali Ağca's attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II, the assassination of banker Michele Sindona, and several Mafia trials. In 1981 he was in charge of the trial against the Banda della Magliana. Two years later, his brother Franco was killed in revenge and, after endless menaces against his family from organized crime, he left his work as judge in 1986, working as United Nations consultant against the drugs market. He also dealt with violations of human rights in South America.

September 11th, 2001

Ferdinando Imposimato, the Honorary President of Italy's Supreme Court stated that 9/11 was "a repeat of the CIA's strategy of tension carried out in Italy" from the 1960s to the 1980s."[1] He suggested that the only possibility for achieving justice is to submit the case to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.[2][3]


  1. Document:Systemic Destabilization in Recent American History
  2. Letter by Imposimato, Journal of 9/11 Studies, September 2012
  3. Gourley, James (2013). The 9/11 Toronto Report (paperback ed.). Int. Center for 9/11 Studies. p. 408. ISBN 1478369205.