RIO DE JANEIRO - former terrorist Cesare Battisti was stopped in city of Corumbà, Mato Grosso do Sul, at border between Brazil and Bolivia. He was trying to cross border when he was stopped for a normal control. According to online version of newspaper or Globo, Brazilian authorities would be convinced that former member of Proletarians armed for Communism (PAC), sentenced in Italy to life sentence for four murders, was trying to flee violating conditions of Asylum. The Italian would be stopped by federal Road police during a blitz in which he would have been challenged attempting to export illegally money abroad. For site of newspaper Folha de S. Paulo, Battisti had a "modest" amount of cash, reais, dollars and euros. Some agents would have stated that in all it had about 10000 reais (just under 3000 euros). The defense of former Red Militant, informed of facts, has undergone appeal to Brazilian Supreme Court, to try to obtain immediate release. "There are no motivations for jail," said attorney Igor Santana. Last Thursday, lawyers of former terrorist had advanced a request for ' habeas corpus ' at highest court to avoid a possible extradition in Italy. Sentenced to life in a definitive way for four murders committed during years of lead, Battisti, 63 years old, obtained status of political refugee in Brazil by former President of Republic, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, on December 31, 2010, last day of his second term. Battisti had fled to Brazil in 2007 after escaping from France, where for over 30 years he had lived freely. The arrival at Elisha of Nicolas Sarkozy had changed regime of condescendance of Mitterand doctrine which granted political coverage to suspects for terrorist offences expatriated in France, denying ir extradition. Brazil, long night of Battisti: from Fermo to release at end of September Italy had asked Brazil to revise decision and second or globe request sent by Italian government to President Michel Fearor had found consent of Minister of Justice, Torquato Jardim, and foreign owner, Aloysio Nunes Ferreira. read Brazil favorable to Italian request to revise refugee status Battisti was convicted of murders of Antonio Santoro, a marshal of penitentiary, jeweller Pierluigi Tan, butcher Lino s, and agent of Digos Andrea Campagna.