Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Neo-fascist must do his time, italy's high court says

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(ANSA) – Rome, September 17 – Italy's highest appeals court
on Monday upheld the conviction of a neo-fascist for expressing
his political sentiments at a public gathering.
Lorenzo F., age 50, gave the "Roman salute" – with straight
arm raised in the manner popular among 20th-century European
fascist regimes - and chanted slogans glorifying racism and
fascist rule at a public demonstration.
Italy's Cassation Court tossed out the defendant's motion
to shake off his sentence imposed by a Florentine appeals court
in November 2010 – the specifics of which were unavailable to
ANSA.
Lorenzo F. took part in a small neo-fascist demonstration
on April 23, 2005 in Florence, and was recognized by Italian
anti-terrorism investigators despite partially covering his face
with a scarf.
Lorenzo F. had a long rap sheet, and the Italy's DIGOS
police unit had taken note of him since 1990.

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