Firefighters look at Italian businessman Marcello di Finizio standing by his banner with writing reading in Italian "Help!! Enough Monti (Italian Premier Mario Monti), enough Europe, enough multinationals, you are killing all of us. Development?? This is a social butchery!!" as he protests on St. Peter's 130-meter-high (42-feet-high) dome, at the Vatican, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Di Finizio eluded Vatican security Tuesday and scaled the dome of St. Peter's Basilica to protest against the Italian government and European Union policies. Officials said Wednesday that the man, who identified himself as the owner of a beach resort, refused appeals from government ministers offering to meet with him if he would come down. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

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Firefighters look at Italian businessman Marcello di Finizio standing by his banner with writing reading in Italian "Help!! Enough Monti (Italian Premier Mario Monti), enough Europe, enough multinationals, you are killing all of us. Development?? This is a social butchery!!" as he protests on St. Peter's 130-meter-high (42-feet-high) dome, at the Vatican, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Di Finizio eluded Vatican security Tuesday and scaled the dome of St. Peter's Basilica to protest against the Italian government and European Union policies. Officials said Wednesday that the man, who identified himself as the owner of a beach resort, refused appeals from government ministers offering to meet with him if he would come down. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Firefighters look at Italian businessman Marcello di Finizio standing by his banner with writing reading in Italian "Help!! Enough Monti (Italian Premier Mario Monti), enough Europe, enough multinationals, you are killing all of us. Development?? This is a social butchery!!" as he protests on St. Peter's 130-meter-high (42-feet-high) dome, at the Vatican, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012. Di Finizio eluded Vatican security Tuesday and scaled the dome of St. Peter's Basilica to protest against the Italian government and European Union policies. Officials said Wednesday that the man, who identified himself as the owner of a beach resort, refused appeals from government ministers offering to meet with him if he would come down. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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