Of course, but it doesn't change the fact that they are violating international law.Italian criminal law would still take precedence.
Certainly, but I also think that most reasonable people (yourself included) would agree that her trial was anything but fair or impartial.And even if it was, that's a very bland generic statement which leaves itself up to a lot of interpretation.
I didn't say that.Just because Italy's judicial system doesn't work like ours doesn't mean it isn't fair and impartial.
1. I'm not disputing this.Like I said earlier, if you go live in a foreign country, you're subject to their laws and judicial system regardless of whether you think that system is fair or not. If you don't like that, don't go live there.
2. Italy presents itself as a modern nation. If they wish to be viewed as such then they should act accordingly.