rome - The Italian municipality of Sesto San Giovanni quarrel with Milan's great neighbor about costs incurred for preserving the body of the shot dead striker of Berlin, Anis Amri. Milan wants the smaller municipality to do so because the terrorist was living in Sesto San Giovanni.
Amri's body was transported to Tunisia at the end of June, more than half a year after the deadly attack on the Christmas market in the German capital. Until that time it was in Milan. That sent Sesto San Giovanni a bill of 2160.18 euros but mayor Roberto Di Stefano does not intend to pay. He calls the bill 'shameful and insulting' and declared never to spend money from its citizens in favor of a terrorist.
However, Di Stefano is against Italian law. For those who write that if no one claims a body, the municipality where the person died died for the cost of conservation.