“The only thing I believe is that if my father did what he did it was to support the family, to keep the house, not to go against the State, against the Fatherland, because he served the Fatherland for 35 years. and the state: it fought in the second Gulf War, was in Iraq, in Afghanistan “. Thus the 24-year-old son of Walter Biot, the naval officer accused of espionage, in an interview reported on the Repubblica website.
“Such a thing – explains the young man – messes us all up. We are with patches on our asses, my sister and I do part-time jobs, my father is the only one who can support us; if he is dishonorably discharged, the risk is that they take away the underage children (Biot has 4 children, ed) because we cannot support them “.
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