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Carlo Vulpio. Demonstration for the Justice System, 28 January, Piazza Farnese, Rome

The latest Maroni regulation is the filming of demonstrators by the Scientific Police. Every march will be filmed, every face, every “fuck off” will be recorded. The filing cabinet of the State Police will be better than Facebook. In Lampedusa, in Vicenza, in Chiaiano, in Val di Susa, at the V-days, the citizens will be on file. The faces of a few million Italians will become the property of the Police filing system. We have to exchange the favour and film everything that happens in the demonstrations, in the marches, in the public meetings and put it online on the internet. Film every provocateur, every abuse of power, every act of arrogance and prevarication, misuse of power, every lie of the politicians. There’re more of us than there are of them. We have more video cameras. They are losing the information war. A video of Maroni talking about Lampedusa or of Bossi who calls the psych-dwarf a “Mafioso” is priceless.
Tomorrow bring your video cameras to Piazza Farnese and make films. Film everything and then upload it to YouTube. The blog will publish the films. I will send a selection of the best films to Maroni. He can then take his time in identifying the men of the Digos {Italian general investigative and special operations division}, of the special services, of the Police in civilian clothes and he can pass on to La Russa, the images of the military personnel.
They will never give up (but is it in their interests?). Neither will we.

”I know that Luigi De Magistris has to be defended, that Clementina Forleo has to be defended, that Gabriella Nuzzi, Dionigio Verasani, and Luigi Apicella have to be defended.
And not just because they are magistrates, but because they are magistrates who have simply done their duty and for this reason they are paying the price.
With a transfer, with the suspension of their salary, with the downgrading of their functions.
They are paying the price because the Council of Magistrates has been following this line in recent years: punish those who are investigating and who are doing their job and who are not nestling down under the protective wings of the politicians and of the political groupings of the magistrates.
We are talking about magistrates without allegiance to groupings, without a party, of people who we are defending because we see in them the people who are defending our rights.
The demonstration on Wednesday, 28 January in Rome’s Piazza Farnese is not just a demonstration in defence of some of those principles of our Constitution that we see every day emptied of its content.
It is also a demonstration in favour of those rights that we must regain for ourselves and that each day are being denied to us.
Today we are in a paradox. What is happening is very important: up until now we were convinced, perhaps we even accepted, certainly not willingly, the idea and the principle that those who do not respect the law are getting away scot free.
Let’s say, those who kill are not going to prison.
But from now onwards we are seeing the opposite: those who respect the law are landing up in prison. Those, even magistrates, who give orders in accordance with the law, are considered out of line and deviants.
For this reason and not just for this reason, we all have to meet up on 28 January, in Piazza Farnese, Rome so that the rights that they want to take away from us, can be reaffirmed by each one of us, with, as always, a massive, peaceful, and democratic collective presence. I’ll be waiting for you.” Carlo Vulpio

PS Give support via Facebook Manifestazione per la Giustizia a sostegno del Procuratore di Salerno Luigi Apicella {Demonstration for the Justice System in support of the Salerno prosecutor Luigi Apicella}

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