Mobster-turned-informant Gaspare Spatuzza testified at the ongoing trial targeting an alleged deal between Cosa Nostra and government officials to end the mob's stragismo -- strategy of terror -- against the state in the early 1990s, and for starters the dirtbag wants everyone to know that he's really sorry about all the murders -- about forty of them -- for which he's responsible including "the Nencioni sisters, an infant and a nine-year-old, who were killed with their parents in a May 1993 bombing near the Uffizi Gallery in Florence" as reported by ANSA:
"I participated in monstrous things and I have had terrible experiences. We have sold our souls to Satan. I am now freeing myself of the evil I carried inside, beginning with a painful path of repentance and distancing myself from everything that represented for me the environment in which I have always lived."
Only God knows whether Spatuzza's expressed remorse is genuine but in the meantime keep the terrorist mobster in prison for the rest of his miserable life.