Sabato, 20 Ottobre 2018
ROME

8 probed for FN raid on la Repubblica (2)

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Rome, December 7 - Rome prosecutors on Thursday
placed eight people including a minor under investigation over a
far-right Forza Nuova (FN) raid on la Repubblica offices in
which flares were thrown at staff of the left-leaning daily.
They were identified thanks to CCTV footage of the incident.
Among those identified is a woman, police said.
There are also "noted Lazio ultra fans, some of them already
served DASPO bans".
A lot of material including flags of Greek far-right group
Golden Dawn, Celtic crosses, a bust of Mussolini and images of
Hitler was seized.
Possible charges are private violence, unauthorised
demonstration and setting off fireworks in public places.
DIGOS security police on Wednesday cited the pair over the
attack, which has been widely condemned.
FN said the assault was the first act in a "war" against la
Repubblica and the ruling centre-left Democratic Party (PD)
after their denunciation of recent neo-Fascist and racist
incidents, many spurred by centre-left support for a citizenship
bill for the children of long-term immigrants born on Italian
soil.
The neo-Fascists urged a boycott of la Repubblica and its
sister weekly l'Espresso.
FN has said it will flout a ban on a rally in Como Saturday
in support of Nazi skinheads who raided a pro-migrant rally
there recently to read out a pamphlet on the alleged invasion of
Italy by migrants.
The PD is demonstrating against the raid on the same day in
the northern Italian city.

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