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>> Is this a case of mistaken identity? An Eritrean man arrested in Sudan for human trafficking, then whisked to Rome. Italian and British officials insist he's Medhane Mered, a ruthless kingpin known as The General. but his friends say he's penniless refugee Midani Tisfarium Beret, a one-time carpenter. Thousands of refugees have died on sinking boats in the Mediterranean.
This so called General fought a head of vast operation, trafficking migrants from Libya to Italy. Intelligence tapped his phone as he arranged money transfers. Each boat-load of 600 people earning up to $1 million. Italian magistrates are using voice recognition software to determine the man's identity. But the British, who took the lead role in hunting him down, remain quote confident in their intelligence.
If convicted he could face 30 years in prison on murder charges. But if authorities have the wrong man, it will be a major blow for the battle against traffickers who've shipped more than 360,000 migrants to Italy across the Mediterranean since 2014