Don't miss

Green pass: in Milan 11 reported and 115 identified in the march

- Advertisement -

Can Yaman at the Policlinico Umberto I: new machinery and gifts to hospitalized children (ANSA)

(ANSA) – MILAN, 07 NOV – There are 11 people reported by the police for the no Green pass march, the sixteenth, on Saturday in Milan and 115 are those identified in view of the opening of an investigation by the Prosecutor’s Office. The accusations for various reasons are unannounced demonstration, interruption of public service, private violence, resistance to a public official, failure to comply with the provisions of the judicial authority and vilification of the Republic, constitutional institutions and the armed forces. The demonstration, which did not follow the path indicated by the Chief of Police Giuseppe Petronzi, saw journalists and operators targeted with insults and pushes.

The procession, which divided and created inconvenience to traffic, triggered, explain from the Police Headquarters, numerous protests by motorists (4 young people in a car were attacked) to which were added many insults from the balconies and from the windows of the house towards the demonstrators and in one case a bucket of water. At the end of the demonstration, the police blocked the diehards between via Anfossi and via Sciesa, who were allowed to leave only after being identified.

Among the denounced and, therefore soon investigated, in addition to two sisters aged 47 and 54, there is a 21-year-old Sardinian for carrying a small knife and for aggravated damage after he had smeared a police vehicle. And then two 23-year-old twins, held responsible for one of the three attacks, the one in Piazza Fontana, against the Fanpage reporter: one for carrying a knife and resisting a public official, one and the other for private violence. And again, a 29-year-old for demonstration not forewarned interruption of public service – these crimes are disputed to most of the no Green pass -, private violence and dangerous ignition of a smoke bomb. Among others, three men also got into trouble, a 24-year-old from Bergamo, a 26-year-old and a 34-year-old from Lecco: in addition to the complaint, the Police Commissioner issued the compulsory travel document against them from the municipality of Milan for a year. (HANDLE).

- Advertisement -

.

Source From: Ansa

- Advertisement -
spot_img

Latest Posts

spot_img

Latest