“If someone commits a crime, he must pay for what he has done,” was the comment of Duccio’s father, Luca Dini, when leaving the courtroom. The judges, in favor of the family who was a civil party in the trial, established a provisional court order 500 thousand euros. Compensation also recognized to other civil parties, including the Municipality of Florence. Immediately after reading the sentence, the mayor Dario Nardella he called Duccio’s father.
The sentence delivered by the Assize Court came after five hours in the council chamber. For all the charges were of voluntary murder with possible intent for the death of Dini and attempted murder of another person, the objective of the pursuit linked to a settlement of accounts. The heaviest sentence for Kjamuran Amet who also had to answer for attempted private violence. A 25-year sentence was later imposed on Remzi Amet, Remzi Mustafa, who was driving the Volvo that overwhelmed Dini, Dehran Mustafa and Antonio Mustafa. Kole Amet and Emin Gani were acquitted: they were in a van that had only participated in an initial phase of the chase because it had then punctured a wheel.
From what was rebuilt, the five darted by car through the streets of Florence at over 100 km per hour. They were chasing Rufat Bajram, for a dispute born from an oath of allegiance that he had demanded from his wife, grandson of one of the pursuers. When he was overwhelmed, Duccio was going to work.