Thanks paddock - I thought it was Ferrari privately prosecuting Stepney et al.
However, as I said in my last post, if something were to turn up in the criminal court which resulted in (for instance) Alonso being prosecuted, I can't imagine the FIA sticking to their decisions as they stand and just ignoring it all, i.e. I think they would reopen the sporting case.
Anyway - not really anything we can do until we hear what happens in Italy. It's just they way JT has been quoted sounds a lot like he knows something we don't and can't wait for it to come out into the open.