The Elusive Bansky

Hiking to the top of Bergamo, one would find the Castle Sforzesco which is exactly what my sister and I did. While trying to wind our way to the very top where the castle grounds provide a spectacular, 360-degree view of old Bergamo below, we came across this in a covered walkway:

After several inquiries about the graffiti, I learned it could the work of the elusive Bansky. But I cannot find an accurate translation of: Pero lo sono libero. Can anyone tell me what it means?

For those of you unfamiliar with his work, below are several examples:

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