Paese Sera

Paese Sera

 

(The Country in the Evening), a progressive Italian daily evening newspaper. Published in Rome, Paese sera was founded in 1949. Circulation, 180,500 (1973).

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Pasolini's 1966 interview with Paese Sera, where he attempted to
(16) Left-wing newspaper Paese Sera made the same reference in its headline "Three Centuries after the Inquisition.
La censura contro 'Galileo.'" Paese Sera Roma, September 6, 1968.
Con titolo mutato in Nicola daziere va alla festa e con espunzione di ampio brano, il testo appare in "Paese Sera" il 14 luglio 1951: si e scelto di pubblicare questa versione poiche successiva a quella del maggio dello stesso anno.
A differenziare il testo di "Paese Sera" e dunque solo la soppressione di un ampio stralcio, qui di seguito riportato, sacrificato in giornale probabilmente per ragioni di spazio:
Me compraban L'Unita y el Paese Sera, de ningun modo la prensa de derecha.
Holland persists in his theory that Garrison came to believe the CIA was involved in the JFK assassination solely because of an article in the Italian newspaper Paese Sera. Despite the entry in a Life reporter's diary that Holland cites as his proof, it is simply not believable that a man with Garrison's conservative background--two decades in the military, former FBI agent, district attorney--would jump to such a radical conclusion solely on the basis of one foreign article.
This evidence pointing to the CIA included Garrison's reading of the Paese Sera series, but the process had begun long before.
There is no doubt that the Paese Sera article was another piece of the puzzle for Garrison, but he had neither the staff nor the resources to go to Europe and follow up its leads.
Stone/Sklar challenge the notion of a KGB provenance for the Paese Sera articles by citing unnamed Paese Sera editors.
Billings's diary gives us the precise date the New Orleans DA trained his mercurial mind on the agency: March 16, 1967, two weeks after Shaw's arrest, the day Garrison heard about an article that "supposedly mentions Shaw's [CIA] work in Italy." On April 3 Billings observed, "Garrison now is hot on the CIA angle." Correspondence in Garrison's own papers proves he embraced Paese Sera's stunning allegations, namely, that Shaw was an "Agency man" and a neo-Nazi intent on restoring Fascism to Italy.
One of them was a Rome daily called Paese Sera. On March 4, 1967, three days after Shaw's arrest, Paese Sera managed to weave both stories together in one arresting falsehood.