ROME, OCTOBER 14 – Setback for the trial of the four 007 Egyptians accused of having kidnapped, brutally tortured and finally killed the researcher Giulio Regeni in 2016. The judges of the III Court of Assizes, after five hours in the chamber of council, canceled the indictment ordered by the GUP last May, postponing the documents to try to make the accused acquainted with the trial. The risk would be the nullity of the procedure. The knot on the presence of General Sabir Tariq, Colonels Usham Helmi, Athar Kamel Mohamed Ibrahim, and Magdi Ibrahim Abdelal Sharif promised to be complex. In the opinion of the Assize Court of Rome, “the decree that ordered the judgment was notified to the accused, however not present at the preliminary hearing, by delivering a copy of the deed to the appointed legal counsel, on the assumption that they had voluntarily withdrawn from knowledge of procedural documents “. We then start again from the preliminary hearing. The judge will have to use all the tools, including a new letter rogatory with Egypt, to make the accused’s knowledge of the proceedings against them effective and not just presumed. Proxy sources express bitterness and surprise while Giulio’s family members, present in the courtroom, do not say they are resigned: it is “only a setback, the Egyptian arrogance rewarded”. (HANDLE).