|Carino's on the left|
He spent about thirty years wandering around Italy, doing odd jobs and dodging the coppers. Interpol wasn't quite as effective back then, I guess. He wound up one day at a Dominican monastery. Father Giacomo Salomoni heard Carino's confession, including the part about murdering the Dominican Inquisitors. In a good example of practicing what he'd been preaching, Father Giacomo assured Carino of God's forgiveness. He assigned penance, and welcomed the fugitive into the monastery at Forli.
|Carino at left; Peter of Verona at right -- note: machete in head|
|"It's only a model."|