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I donīt think stalking is a crime in Italy.

And I donīt think replying to someone on a blog, or clicking onto the link to a personal website could IN ANY WAY be classified as stalking.

Posted by: Tom Ponzi | April 16, 2007 12:34 AM

Hahaha :)

Good proposals, you guys! See a blog, even one where people like to poke each other in the eye once in a while as we do here, can come up with better ideas than that bunch of retards in parliament!


Posted by: Dave Matthews | April 15, 2007 12:50 PM

I got a better idea.
If they like to beat up each other so much, would be good to ship them to Afghanistan or Iraq and leave the teams alone.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | April 15, 2007 01:46 AM

I am not naive anymore,
I now use a fake name too...

Ops... I did it again!

Posted by: Andrea - bodycount | April 15, 2007 01:31 AM

Yeah let's make soccer clubs to pay for security inside stadiums, I agree with you, we shouldn't have to pay for it.

"Besides, the officers thus freed could then be assigned to other tasks--such as keeping streets safe on weekends. It would not be difficult to find them something else, more productive, to do"

Oh wait, no no! Then they will start beating up people in the streets. Let's giving them something more productive to do, like planting vegetables and trees, or maybe we should make them paddle in a bicycle to create free electricity thus reducing global warming.

This is what you get when you give a minimum of power to ignorant fuck heads.


Posted by: Bodycount | April 15, 2007 01:27 AM

I heard this proposal:

Make soccer clubs pay for security inside stadiums.

I think itīs a very good idea. In fact, I donīt see why public taxes should pay for keeping hooligans apart. Those who make money out of it, should pay for it!

Besides, the officers thus freed could then be assigned to other tasks--such as keeping streets safe on weekends. It would not be difficult to find them something else, more productive, to do.

Posted by: Dave Matthews | April 14, 2007 05:22 PM

Without words is the Italian translation to say "Speechless".
This video is very tough. My interpretation regarding this sad episode is that at frame 1.08 you can see the guy in white shirt pushed and brutally kept by police (as they usually do). You can clearly see the face and recognize the officer doing this and I'd like to understand why he did it.

This act unleashed the rage and violence of the supporters and then you can easily see what else happened.

I can see a very bad beahviours by police beating a poor woman(she looks like)filming with her mobile all the scene. This is very bad.

Police officer like fighting. They have no manners. They should try to avoid the fights instead of causing them(I don't wanna use the "provoking" verb).

Good manners would have saved this sad episode.


Posted by: Francesco Vitobello | April 14, 2007 01:08 PM

To n.m.

Details as to this piece of news can be easily found within many information-focused portals.
I just give one


if you can't read Italian I recommend this free translation website.


Avoid using swearwords otherwise you might end up being called the way you address the others.

"Fatti non foste a viver come bruti,
ma per seguir virtute e canoscenza".

Dante Alighieri.

Posted by: Luigi L | April 14, 2007 12:46 PM

Il video mostra chiaramente quanto č successo.
Il ragazzo con la maglia bianca a righe era nelle vicinanze delle forze dell'ordine e sembrava indicare pių in la negli spalti qualcosa che doveva essere accaduto in precedenza.
Lo stesso ragazzo si č nel frattempo avvicinato, e un signore presumibilmente italiano e/o dell'organizzazione (distinto signore sulla 60ina vestito in abito scuro stempiato e con la barba) lo spintona verso le scale, spingendolo contro un'agente che reagisce con violenza, facendo accorrere i colleghi (e iniziarono a pestare il ragazzo tutti assieme allegramente).
Si vede poi un agente colpire con il manganello un tifoso che semplicemente aveva la mano appoggiata sulla parete in plexiglass poco sopra le scale senza alcun motivo.
Io ho visto questo.

Posted by: Loris Pignoletti | April 14, 2007 01:43 AM

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