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PARMALAT-TRIAL/
RTR1YAMG 
March 14, 2008 
Parmalat lawyer, Marco De Luca (L), speaks with Filippo Sgubbi, Fabio Belloni and Giampiero Biancolella... 
Parma, Italy 
Lawyers Sgubbi, Belloni and Biancolella, who are the company's founder Tanzi, attend a trial in Parma... 
Parmalat lawyer, Marco De Luca (L), speaks with Filippo Sgubbi, Fabio Belloni and Giampiero Biancolella (R), who are representing the company's founder, Calisto Tanzi, during a trial in Parma, Italy March 14, 2008. The main trial over the 2003 collapse of Italian food giant Parmalat, one of Europe's biggest financial scandals, began on Friday, with 56 defendants facing a variety of charges in a case that could last years. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca (ITALY) 
PARMALAT-TRIAL/
RTR1YALT 
March 14, 2008 
Lawyers (L-R) Filippo Sgubbi, Fabio Belloni and Giampiero Biancolella, who are representing the Parmalat... 
Parma, Italy 
Lawyers Sgubbi, Belloni and Biancolella, who are representing Parmalat founder Tanzi, attend a trial... 
Lawyers (L-R) Filippo Sgubbi, Fabio Belloni and Giampiero Biancolella, who are representing the Parmalat founder, Calisto Tanzi, attend a trial in Parma, Italy March 14, 2008. The main trial over the 2003 collapse of Italian food giant Parmalat, one of Europe's biggest financial scandals, began on Friday, with 56 defendants facing a variety of charges in a case that could last years. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca (ITALY) 
PARMALAT-ITALY
RTR175MU 
March 14, 2006 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and 15 other Parmalat executives face charges in Milan including market-rigging, false auditing and hindering the work of regulators. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
PARMALAT-ITALY
RTR175MS 
March 14, 2006 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi and his lawyer Marco De Luca (L) sit in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006.... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi and his lawyer Marco De Luca sit in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi and his lawyer Marco De Luca (L) sit in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and 15 other Parmalat executives face charges in Milan including market-rigging, false auditing and hindering the work of regulators. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
PARMALAT-ITALY
RTR175MN 
March 14, 2006 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and 15 other Parmalat executives face charges in Milan including market-rigging, false auditing and hindering the work of regulators. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
ITALY
RTR175MK 
March 14, 2006 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and 15 other Parmalat executives face charges in Milan including market-rigging, false auditing and hindering the work of regulators. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
PARMALAT-ITALY
RTR175MJ 
March 14, 2006 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat CEO Enrico Bondi sits in a courtroom in Milan March 14, 2006. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and 15 other Parmalat executives face charges in Milan including market-rigging, false auditing and hindering the work of regulators. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPOSQ 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi (R) discusses with his defence lawyers at a court in Milan September 28,... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Tanzi discusses with his defence lawyers discuss at Milan court 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi (R) discusses with his defence lawyers at a court in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPOSK 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPORO 
September 28, 2005 
Giovanni Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, arrives at a court in Milan September 28,... 
Milan, Italy 
Bonici, former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, arrives at court in Milan 
Giovanni Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, arrives at a court in Milan September 28, 2005. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPORI 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Tanzi sits in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions.REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPON3 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005.... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPOFK 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005.... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPO3X 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Parmalat founder Calisto... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPO3Q 
September 28, 2005 
Giovanni Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, arrives at a court in Milan September 28,... 
Milan, Italy 
Giovanni Bonici former manager of Parmalat Venezuela arrives at court in Milan 
Giovanni Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, arrives at a court in Milan September 28, 2005. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, was one of the few executives in the courtroom. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPO3C 
September 28, 2005 
Giovanni Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, arrives at a court in Milan September 28,... 
Milan, Italy 
Giovanni Bonici former manager of Parmalat Venezuela arrives at court in Milan 
Giovanni Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, arrives at a court in Milan September 28, 2005. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. Bonici, the former manager of Parmalat Venezuela, was one of the few executives in the courtroom. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPO32 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005.... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi holds his head as he sits in courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi holds his head as he sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPNTC 
September 28, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi (C) arrives in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Tanzi arrives in courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi (C) arrives in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
FOOD PARMALAT COURT
RTRPOSC 
September 27, 2005 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi (C) sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan... 
Milan, Italy 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi sits in courtroom in Milan 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi (C) sits in a courtroom in Milan September 28, 2005. Tanzi faced a Milan judge on Wednesday in the first major trial over the dairy group's collapse in December 2003. Most of the 15 other executives stayed away from the trial which also involves two financial institutions. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
TANZI
RTXN3TA 
December 18, 2004 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December... 
Parma, Italy 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, Dece..... 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December 18, 2004. [Tanzi was called before a judge for a final round of questioning into suspected money-laundering at the now insolvent dairy multinational. Prosecutors in Milan want Tanzi to stand trial along with other Parmalat executives, auditors and bankers.] 
ITALY PARMALAT
RTRIJSV 
December 18, 2004 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December... 
Parma, Italy 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves magistrates office in Parma. 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December 18, 2004. Tanzi was called before a judge for a final round of questioning into suspected money-laundering at the now dairy multinational. Prosecutors in Milan want Tanzi to stand trial along with other Parmalat executives, auditors and bankers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca GS/ABP 
ITALY PARMALAT
RTRIJRY 
December 18, 2004 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December... 
Parma, Italy 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves magistrates office in Parma. 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December 18, 2004. Tanzi was called before a judge for a final round of questioning into suspected money-laundering at the now insolvent dairy multinational. Prosecutors in Milan want Tanzi to stand trial along with other Parmalat executives, auditors and bankers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca GS/JV 
ITALY PARMALAT
RTRIJRP 
December 18, 2004 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December... 
Parma, Italy 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves magistrates office in Parma. 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi leaves the magistrates office in Parma, northern Italy, December 18, 2004. Tanzi was called before a judge for a final round of questioning into suspected money-laundering at the now insolvent dairy multinational. Prosecutors in Milan want Tanzi to stand trial along with other Parmalat executives, auditors and bankers. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca GS/ABP 
TANZI
RTXMZ7B 
October 05, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 10APR04- File photo dated April 10, 2004 shows Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck... 
Parma, Italy 
-PHOTO TAKEN 10APR04- File photo dated April 10, 2004 shows Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-st..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 10APR04- File photo dated April 10, 2004 shows Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, as he walks inside his home's garden in Parma, northern Italy. A Milan judge on Tuesday launched proceedings to decide whether to put Parmalat's founder and 31 other executives and financial institutions on trial for crimes in the dairy group's multi-billion-euro financial scandal. 
ITALY
RTRBVMI 
September 27, 2004 
The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat Calisto Tanzi... 
Parma, Italy 
The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat Calisto Tanzi... 
The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat Calisto Tanzi walks in his garden at his residence near Parma. The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat, Calisto Tanzi (R), walks followed by his wife Anita Chiesi in their garden at their residence near Parma, northern Italy, September 27, 2004. Tanzi, the founder and former head of the insolvent food group Parmalat, will be freed from home arrest on Monday after 275 days spent in prison and under home arrest as the term of his preventive detention expires, but his travel will still be limited. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
ITALY
RTRBV9V 
September 27, 2004 
Jailed founder and former Chief Executive of failed Italian food giant Tanzi walks in his garden near... 
Parma, Italy 
Jailed founder and former Chief Executive of failed Italian food giant Tanzi walks in his garden near... 
Jailed founder and former Chief Executive of failed Italian food giant Tanzi walks in his garden near Parma. The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat, Calisto Tanzi, walks in his garden at his residence near Parma, northern Italy, September 27, 2004. Tanzi, the founder and former head of the insolvent food group Parmalat, will be freed from home arrest on Monday after 275 days spent in prison and under home arrest as the term of his preventive detention expires, but his travel will still be limited REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
ITALY
RTRBUSK 
September 27, 2004 
The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat Calisto Tanzi... 
Parma, Italy 
The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat Calisto Tanzi... 
The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat Calisto Tanzi sits in his garden at his residence near Parma. The jailed founder and former chief executive of the failed Italian food giant Parmalat, Calisto Tanzi, sits in his garden at his residence near Parma, northern Italy, September 27, 2004. Tanzi, the founder and former head of the insolvent food group Parmalat, will be freed from home arrest on Monday after 275 days spent in prison and under home arrest as the term of his preventive detention expires, but his travel will still be limited REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca 
ITALY PARMALAT
RTRKGXP 
May 27, 2004 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi (C) is flanked by lawyers Giampiero Biancolella (L) and Fabio... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
FORMER PARMALAT PRESIDENT CALISTO TANZI IS FLANKED BY LAWYERS AS HE ARRIVES TA COURT IN PARMA. 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi (C) is flanked by lawyers Giampiero Biancolella (L) and Fabio Beloni as he arrives at court in Parma, northern Italy May 27, 2004. Tanzi, was called before a judge on Thursday for questioning by Swiss prosecutors who are investigating suspected money-laundering involving the now insolvent diary multinational. Prosecutors in Milan requested that Tanzi should stand trial along with and other Parmalat executives plus auditors and bankers who worked for the diary group. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DJM/JV 
ITALY PARMALAT
RTRKGXH 
May 27, 2004 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi (C) is flanked by lawyers Giampiero Biancolella (L) and Fabio... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
FORMER PARMALAT PRESIDENT CALISTO TANZI IS FLANKED BY LAWYERS AS HE ARRIVES AT COURT IN PARMA. 
Former Parmalat President Calisto Tanzi (C) is flanked by lawyers Giampiero Biancolella (L) and Fabio Beloni as he arrives at court in Parma, northern Italy May 27, 2004. Tanzi, was called before a judge on Thursday for questioning by Swiss prosecutors who are investigating suspected money-laundering involving the now insolvent diary multinational. Prosecutors in Milan requested that Tanzi should stand trial along with and other Parmalat executives plus auditors and bankers who worked for the diary group. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DJM/JV 
TANZI
RTXMJG3 
April 10, 2004 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, chats with his grandson inside his... 
Parma, Italy 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, chats with his grandson inside hi..... 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, chats with his grandson inside his home's garden at Parma, April 10, 2004. Tanzi left prison on Friday after a judge granted his request for house arrest more than three months after he was put in jail. 
TANZI
RTXMJG2 
April 10, 2004 
Calisto Tanzi (L), the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, waves as he walks with his wife... 
Parma, Italy 
Calisto Tanzi (L), the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, waves as he walks with his wi..... 
Calisto Tanzi (L), the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, waves as he walks with his wife Anita Chiesi in his home's garden at Parma, April 10, 2004. Tanzi left prison on Friday after a judge granted his request for house arrest more than three months after he was put in jail. [Tanzi, 65, was detained on December 27, 2003, as one of the world's biggest financial scandals erupted at the Italian food group, which has operations in 30 countries from Brazil to Australia.] 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
RTRH6CZ 
April 10, 2004 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, chats with his grandson inside his... 
Italy 
THE FOUNDER OF SCANDAL-STRUCK DAIRY GROUP PARMALAT, TANZI, CHATS WITH HIS GRANDSON AT PARMA. 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, chats with his grandson inside his home's garden at Parma, April 10, 2004. Tanzi left prison on Friday after a judge granted his request for house arrest more than three months after he was put in jail. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca MR/DL 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
RTRH6CC 
April 10, 2004 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, holds a basket as he walks inside... 
Italy 
THE FOUNDER OF SCANDAL-STRUCK DAIRY GROUP PARMALAT TANZI LOOKS ON AS HE WALKS AT PARMA. 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, holds a basket as he walks inside his home's garden at Parma April 10, 2004. Tanzi left prison on Friday after a judge granted his request for house arrest more than three months after he was put in jail. Tanzi, 65, was detained on December 27, 2003 as one of the world's biggest financial scandals erupted at the Italian food group, which has operations in 30 countries from Brazil to Australia. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca MR/AA 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
RTRH6AP 
April 10, 2004 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, chats with his grandson inside his... 
Italy 
THE FOUNDER OF SCANDAL-STRUCK DAIRY GROUP PARMALAT TANZI CHATS WITH HIS GRANDSON AT PARMA. 
Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, chats with his grandson inside his home's garden at Parma, April 10, 2004. Tanzi left prison on Friday after a judge granted his request for house arrest more than three months after he was put in jail. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca MR/DL 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
RTRH69W 
April 10, 2004 
Calisto Tanzi (L), the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, waves as he walks with his wife... 
Italy 
THE FOUNDER OF SCANDAL-STRUCK DAIRY GROUP PARMALAT TANZI WAVES FROM HIS HOME AT PARMA. 
Calisto Tanzi (L), the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, waves as he walks with his wife Anita Chiesi in his home's garden at Parma, April 10, 2004. Tanzi left prison on Friday after a judge granted his request for house arrest more than three months after he was put in jail. Tanzi, 65, was detained on December 27, 2003, as one of the world's biggest financial scandals erupted at the Italian food group, which has operations in 30 countries from Brazil to Australia. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca MR/DL 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
RTRCJCM 
April 10, 2004 
File photo dated April 10, 2004 shows Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat,... 
Parma, Italy 
File photo dated April 10, 2004 shows Calisto Tanzi as he walks inside his home's garden in Parma. 
File photo dated April 10, 2004 shows Calisto Tanzi, the founder of scandal-struck dairy group Parmalat, as he walks inside his home's garden in Parma, northern Italy. A Milan judge on Tuesday launched proceedings to decide whether to put Parmalat's founder and 31 other executives and financial institutions on trial for crimes in the dairy group's multi-billion-euro financial scandal. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca TG/acm 
TANZI
RTXMG3W 
February 17, 2004 
- COMBO PHOTO - shows file pictures of Stefano Tanzi and his sister Francesca Tanzi seen in Parma January... 
Parma, Italy 
- COMBO PHOTO - shows file pictures of Stefano Tanzi and his sister Francesca Tanzi seen in Parma Ja..... 
- COMBO PHOTO - shows file pictures of Stefano Tanzi and his sister Francesca Tanzi seen in Parma January 2004. Italian police arrested Stefano and Francesca, the son and daughter of jailed Parmalat founder [Calisto Tanzi] and six other people on February 17, 2004, widening the probe into the dairy firms multibillion-euro meltdown. 
FOOD PARMALAT
RTRCWP5 
February 17, 2004 
Combo photo shows file pictures of Stefano Tanzi and his sister Francesca Tanzi seen in Parma January... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
THIS COMBO SHOWS FILE PHOTOS OF STEFANO AND FRANCESCA TANZI SEEN IN PARMA. 
Combo photo shows file pictures of Stefano Tanzi and his sister Francesca Tanzi seen in Parma January 2004. Italian police arrested Stefano and Francesca, the son and daughter of jailed Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and six other people on February 17, 2004, widening the probe into the dairy firms multibillion-euro meltdown. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini REUTERS DJM/FMS 
ITALY
RTRCH2T 
February 11, 2004 
Parma's chief prosecutor Vito Zincani arrives at Parma's main court February 11, 2004. Parmalat founder... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
PARMA'S CHEIF PROSECTOR ZINCANI ARRIVES AT COURT IN PARMA. 
Parma's chief prosecutor Vito Zincani arrives at Parma's main court February 11, 2004. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi remains in custody in prison in Parma, near his home and the headquarters of embattled dairy group, after more than six weeks in jail. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca REUTERS DJM 
ITALY
RTRCH0M 
February 11, 2004 
Italian finance police carry a box filled with parmalat fraud case evidence into Parma's main court February... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
ITALIAN FINANCE POLICE CARRY EVIDENCE INVOLVED IN THE PARMALAT STORY INTO PARMA'S MAIN COURT. 
Italian finance police carry a box filled with parmalat fraud case evidence into Parma's main court February 11, 2004. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi remains in custody in prison in Parma, near his home and the headquarters of embattled dairy group, after more than six weeks in jail. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DJM 
FOOD PARMALAT
RTRFQF9 
February 10, 2004 
File photo of Parmalat's former chief financial officer Tonna being escorted by police officers at court... 
Parma, Italy 
File photo of Parmalat's former chief financial officer Tonna being escorted by police officers at ...... 
File photo of Parmalat's former chief financial officer Tonna being escorted by police officers at court in Parma. Parmalat's former chief financial officer Fausto Tonna (C) is escorted by police officers as he arrives at court in Parma in this file photograph taken February 10, 2004. A Milan judge sentenced 10 former Parmalat executives and a lawyer to jail on June 28, 2005 in the first guilty ruling over the 14-billion-euro ($17 billion) collapse of Italy's biggest listed food group, judicial sources said. Judge Cesare Tacconi sentenced the 11 men, including Fausto Tonna, one of Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi's closest associates, to up to two and a half years in jail for crimes including market rigging and obstructing regulators. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca/Files 
ITALY
RTRCE2U 
February 10, 2004 
Swiss prosecutor Pierluigi Tasi (R) and Milan prosecutor Francesco Greco arrive at court in Parma February... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
SWISS PROSECUTOR TASI AND MILAN PROSECUTOR GRECO ARRIVE AT COURT IN PARMA. 
Swiss prosecutor Pierluigi Tasi (R) and Milan prosecutor Francesco Greco arrive at court in Parma February 10, 2004. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi was transfered on Tuesday to a prison in Parma, near his home and the headquarters of embattled dairy group, after more than six weeks in a Milan jail. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DJM 
ITALY
RTRCDY1 
February 10, 2004 
Milan prosecutor Francesco Greco gets out of his car as he arrives at court in Parma February10, 2004.... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
MILAN PROSECUTOR GRECO ARRIVES AT COURT IN PARMA. 
Milan prosecutor Francesco Greco gets out of his car as he arrives at court in Parma February10, 2004. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi was transfered on Tuesday to a prison in Parma, near his home and the headquarters of embattled dairy group, after more than six weeks in a Milan jail. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca DJM 
ITALY
RTRBD6A 
January 28, 2004 
Founder of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and his daughter Francesca, former President of the Tanzi family travel... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
2002 FILE PHOTO SHOWS CALISTO TANZI AND HIS DAUGHTER FRANCESCA IN PARAMA. 
Founder of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and his daughter Francesca, former President of the Tanzi family travel company 'Parmatour' applaud during a meeting at the Parmalat offices in Parma in this 2002 file photo. Italian prosecutors continue to question Calisto Tnazi who has now admitted to siphoning 500 million euros out of Parmalat into family firms. REUTERS/Str/file photo DJM/AA 
TANZI
RTXMG3X 
January 27, 2004 
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 2002 - Founder of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and his daughter Francesca, former President... 
Parma, Italy 
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 2002 - Founder of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and his daughter Francesca, former Pr..... 
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN IN 2002 - Founder of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and his daughter Francesca, former President of the Tanzi family travel company 'Parmatour' applaud during a meeting at the Parmalat offices in Parma in this 2002 file photo. [Italian police arrested Stefano and Francesca, the son and daughter of jailed Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi and six other people on February 17, 2004, widening the probe into the dairy firms multibillion-euro meltdown.]
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ITALY
RTRR5KO 
January 10, 2004 
A.C. Parma's former president Stefano Tanzi attends the Serie A soccer match between Parma and Inter... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
A.C.PARMA'S FORMER PRESIDENT TANZI ATTENDS PARMA VS INTER MILAN SERIE A SOCCER MATCH IN PARMA. 
A.C. Parma's former president Stefano Tanzi attends the Serie A soccer match between Parma and Inter Milan at Ennio Tardini stadium, Parma, January 10, 2004. Tanzi who was president of the club for eight years had resigned on Friday because of the Parmalat accounting scandal. His father Calisto Tanzi was arrested last month after the Parmalat food group, who own almost 100 percent of the club, revealed a multi-billion-euro hole in its accounts. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini SR/ACM 
ITALY
RTRR5KM 
January 10, 2004 
A.C. Parma's former president Stefano Tanzi attends the Serie A soccer match between Parma and Inter... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
A.C.PARMA'S FORMER PRESIDENT TANZI ATTENDS PARMA VS INTER MILAN SERIE A SOCCER MATCH IN PARMA. 
A.C. Parma's former president Stefano Tanzi attends the Serie A soccer match between Parma and Inter Milan at Ennio Tardini stadium, Parma, January 10, 2004. Tanzi who was president of the club for eight years had resigned on Friday because of the Parmalat accounting scandal. His father Calisto Tanzi was arrested last month after the Parmalat food group, who own almost 100 percent of the club, revealed a multi-billion-euro hole in its accounts. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini SR/ACM 
FOOD PARMALAT LATAM
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January 06, 2004 
Undated file photo showing former Venezuelan Parmalat chief Giovanni Bonici after a soccer game in Caracas.... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
UNDATED FILE PHOTO OF FORMER VENEZUELAN PARMALAT CHIEF BONICI. 
Undated file photo showing former Venezuelan Parmalat chief Giovanni Bonici after a soccer game in Caracas. Most of Parmalat's Latin American units say it is business as usual despite the head office's dive into insolvency. Authorities in Venezuela, where Parmalat accounts for some 40 percent of the milk supply, are also seeking information from the local subsidiary about fallout from the scandal. Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi has said there was a multibillion-euro hole in the company's books, mostly in the form of fraudulent bank accounts with nonexistent cash to hide losses, most of which came from South America. REUTERS/str HY/GN 
PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
A worker checks long life milk in the storage department of Parmalat main factory in Collecchio near... 
Parma, Italy 
A worker checks long life milk in the storage department of Parmalat main factory in Collecchio near..... 
A worker checks long life milk in the storage department of Parmalat main factory in Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004. [Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chiefs of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say.] 
PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside Parmalat's main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004.... 
Parma, Italy 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside Parmalat's main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 20..... 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside Parmalat's main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004. [Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chiefs of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say.] 
PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
A worker inspects bottled milk inside Parmalat's main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004.... 
Parma, Italy 
A worker inspects bottled milk inside Parmalat's main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 20..... 
A worker inspects bottled milk inside Parmalat's main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004. [Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chiefs of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say.] 
PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside the Parmalat main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004.... 
Parma, Italy 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside the Parmalat main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, ..... 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside the Parmalat main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004. [Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chiefs of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say.] 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside the Parmalat main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004.... 
Parma, Italy 
A WORKER INSPECTS MILK BOTTLES INSIDE THE PARMALAT MAIN FACTORY AT COLLECCHIO NEAR PARMA. 
A worker inspects milk bottles inside the Parmalat main factory at Collecchio near Parma January 2, 2004. Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chiefs of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say. REUTERS/Max Rossi 
FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
A worker checks stored milk before its shipment at the Parmalat main factory in Collecchio, near Parma,... 
Parma, Italy 
File photo of worker checking stored milk before its shipment at Parmalat main factory in Collecchio.... 
A worker checks stored milk before its shipment at the Parmalat main factory in Collecchio, near Parma, in this file photograph taken January 2, 2004. A Milan judge sentenced 10 former Parmalat executives and a lawyer to jail on June 28, 2005 in the first guilty ruling over the 14-billion-euro ($17 billion) collapse of Italy's biggest listed food group, judicial sources said. Judge Cesare Tacconi sentenced the 11 men, including Fausto Tonna, one of Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi's closest associates, to up to two and a half years in jail for crimes including market rigging and obstructing regulators. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/CLH/DY 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi's lawyers Fabio Belloni (L) and Michele Ributti leave San Vittore prison... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
PARMALAT FOUNDER CALISTO TANZI'S LAWYER FABIO BELLONI LEAVES SAN VITTORE PRISON IN MILAN. 
Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi's lawyers Fabio Belloni (L) and Michele Ributti leave San Vittore prison in Milan, January 2, 2004. Italian prosecutors trying to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud at Parmalat on Friday started a new round of questioning which was set to include former CFOs and auditors of the food group. REUTERS/Daniele Lamonaca TG 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
Fabio Belloni (L), Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi's lawyer, leaves San Vittore prison in Milan, January... 
Milan, Italy (Italian Republic) 
PARMALAT FOUNDER CALISTO TANZI'S LAWYER FABIO BELLONI LEAVES SAN VITTORE PRISON IN MILAN. 
Fabio Belloni (L), Parmalat founder Calisto Tanzi's lawyer, leaves San Vittore prison in Milan, January 2, 2004. Italian prosecutors trying to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud at Parmalat on Friday started a new round of questioning which was set to include former CFOs and auditors of the food group. REUTERS/Daniele Lamonaca TG/THI 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
Parma's players run during a training session on the pitch of Collecchio, on the outskirts of Parma,... 
Italy 
PARMA'S PLAYERS RUN DURING A TRAINING SESSION IN COLLECCHIO NEAR PARMA. 
Parma's players run during a training session on the pitch of Collecchio, on the outskirts of Parma, where the Parmalat main factory is also based January 2, 2004. Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chief of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/GM 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
Parma's Japanese soccer star Hidetoshi Nakata kicks the ball during a training session on the pitch of... 
Parma, Italy (Italian Republic) 
PARMA'S NAKATA KICKS THE BALL DURING A TRAINING SESSION IN COLLECCHIO NEAR PARMA. 
Parma's Japanese soccer star Hidetoshi Nakata kicks the ball during a training session on the pitch of Collecchio, on the outskirts of Parma, where the Parmalat main factory is also based January 2, 2004. Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chief of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say. REUTERS/Max Rossi 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
A worker uncovers the pitch prior the arrival of Parma's players in the training centre of Collecchio,... 
Italy 
A WORKER UNCOVERS THE PITCH PRIOR TO THE ARRIVAL OF PARMA'S PLAYERS IN COLLECCHIO NEAR PARMA. 
A worker uncovers the pitch prior the arrival of Parma's players in the training centre of Collecchio, on the outskirts of Parma, where the Parmalat main factory is also based January 2, 2004. Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chiefs of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say. REUTERS/Max Rossi 
ITALY FOOD PARMALAT
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January 02, 2004 
Parma's Japanese soccer star Hidetoshi Nakata runs with the ball during a training session on the pitch... 
Italy 
PARMA'S NAKATA RUNS WITH THE BALL DURING A TRAINING SESSION IN COLLECCHIO NEAR PARMA. 
Parma's Japanese soccer star Hidetoshi Nakata runs with the ball during a training session on the pitch of Collecchio, on the outskirts of Parma, where the main Parmalat factory is also based January 2, 2004. Italian prosecutors will grill former finance chiefs of Parmalat Calisto Tanzi and its auditors on Friday as they try to unravel a multi-billion-euro fraud that has engulfed the food firm, judicial and legal sources say. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/WS 
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