(ANSA) – CAGLIARI, MAY 21 – The Digos agents of the Cagliari Police Headquarters are working for the group of people who last night launched a Molotov cocktail against the entrance of the Sardinia Army Military Command in via Torino in Cagliari, smearing the walls with the red paint and then throwing two lit smoke bombs.
The specialists of the police station have acquired the videos of the cameras of the area and that of the Army which, of course, have filmed all the phases of the raid. About twenty people just before 10pm approached the front door of the Command and first threw the paint, then the incendiary bottle against the side wall and lit the smoke bombs.
The action lasted only a few minutes, then the group ran away from the area. The firefighters of the port detachment and the agents of the flying squad arrived on the spot. The firefighters have secured the area, fortunately the flames did not cause major damage, only blackening the wall. The experts of the Scientific for the surveys and the men of the Digos then arrived in via Torino. At the moment the investigations are focusing on groups belonging to the anarchist-antagonists. In the next few hours, the videos purchased will be analyzed by the anti-terrorism section of the Digos.
Army personnel are working this morning to clean up the Command entrance.
Yesterday’s raid took place right in front of the place from which yesterday the demonstration against the war, the bases and military exercises in Sardinia started. Tomorrow in Sant’Anna Arresi – which with the Porto Pino coast, is one of the municipalities closest to the Teulada polygon where the Marina Mare Aperto 2022 exercise is taking place – there will be another demonstration against the military presence in Sardinia . (HANDLE).
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