The 11th fébruary 1834, he's supposed to participate to the insurrectionnal mazzinian movement in the Gênoa's arsenal; this one is meant to be jointed with the général Ramorino's military opération in Piédmont in order to overthrow the savoia's monarchy.
Garibaldi disembarks to take a contact with the mazziniens, but the failure of Ramorino's revolt in Piedmont and the police's alert cause the flop of the all opération.
The young hero, not going back on bord of the Comte of Geneys, is to be considéréd like a déserter. Identified as one of the bosses of conspiration, he's sentenced to death by default, and considered enemy against the Country and the State itself.
Garibaldi becomes then a« criminal ». He quickly repairs to Nice, and afterwards crosses the frontièr to joint Marseille, guest of his friend Giuseppe Pares.
He changes his name as Joseph Pane; on june he embarks direct to the Black Sea, and on march 1835 he's in Tunis.
On june 1835 he joints the Jeune Europe, a mazzinien association, taking as nick name Borel, in the memory of a martyr of the révolutionnary cause.
Italy has become for him inaccessible because of his death sentence, that's why he starts looking for further horizons. An opportunity comes to him: the brigantin Nautonier commandéd by the Capitaine Beauregard is directed to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The 8th of septembre 1835, Garibaldi embarks in Marseille, under the name of Joseph Pane: he will arrive to Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil on novembre of the same year.
...to be continued...