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Gaetano Saya (born 24 April 1956 in Messina, Italy) is a former Italian politician and military, captured by the military police on their return from a mission in Iraqi Kurdistan, on 13 February 2017  and released on 4 May 2017. He is the leader of the New MSI, a ultranationalist far-right party. Saya has claimed he was a former member of Gladio, NATO's stay-behind anti-Communist network during the Cold War, involved in Italy's strategy of tension during the "Years of Lead."
Gaetano Saya was charged in November 2004 of hate speech diffused through his party website. He was captured in 2005 by the prosecutor of Genova on charges of having constituted a "secret parallel police", named D.S.S.A. (Department of Anti-terrorism and Strategic Studies). In 2011 he was judged not guilty by the Prosecutor of the Court of Milan.
He is quite famous for his verbal struggle with many writers and political figures. The last leader of the Italian Social Movement, Gianfranco Fini, during a television program called Gaetano Saya "a madman who uses the MSI logo without rights". However, Gaetano Saya has won all the cases against Gianfranco Fini, the Court of Appeal of the Justice of Florence has given the victory to Saya with the sentence that the symbol of the MSI is his property. His lawyers prosecuted Fini for slander against Saya over the years. During a famous Italian radio program, La Zanzara by Giuseppe Cruciani, Gaetano Saya discussed with David Parenzo.April 4, 2019 Gaetano Saya, defended by the lawyer Antonio Gallinaro, internationally renowned criminal lawyer, was definitively acquitted by the Criminal Court of Rome, from the accusations of Gianfranco Fini, with the formula "for not having committed the deed". Immediately afterwards Saya accused Gianfranco Fini of the Criminal Prosecutor of Genoa of committing the crime of slander, requesting compensation of 1 million euros. In 2017 Saya was arrested again derived from a political-military conspiracy, organized by occult powers, aimed at stopping its political commitment to war against daesh terrorism, is currently free from 4 May 2017
Arrestato a Genova Gaetano Saya, creò la polizia parallela</ref> Saya e l’incubo sicurezza Dossier falsi in salsa SS </ref> because of a cumulus of sentence judgments, after being researched since 2014,derived from a political-military conspiracy, organized by occult powers, aimed at stopping its political commitment to war against daesh terrorism, is currently free from 4 May 2017.<ref>
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