(ANSA) - Florence, September 11 - A former typographer got 30
years in jail Wednesday for killing a Senegalese street seller
in Florence in March last year.
The appeals court sentence almost doubled the first-instance sentence of 16 years.
The second sentence recognised "futile motives", which the first sentence had not.
Roberto Pirrone killed Idy Diene on Florence's Vespucci bridge.
The murder sparked days of protests by the Senegalese community in the Tuscan capital.