Prize-winning Italian Butchery

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The English journalist Mark Covell was in Genoa’s Diaz Parodi school on 21/7/2001, shortly before midnight. He thought he was in a democratic country. He was mistaken. He is one of the 66 foreigners who were butchered by the police forces. Added to this are 27 of our own who were butchered. In fact it was “A Mexican butchery operation", as the vice quaestor Michelangelo Fournier has admitted. And he added: "When I arrived at the school I saw 4 police offices, of whom two were in uniform, and two in civilian clothes and they were being high and mighty with about ten people on the ground on the first floor. They were not my men.”

Mark Covell survived with nothing much:
- an accusation of terrorism
- eight broken ribs
- both lungs perforated
- under arrest for three days.
In fact if he had been transferred to Bolzaneto he would have had a taste of “the kangaroo walk”. A variation on football where the footballers are robust representatives of the forces of order arranged in two lines. The football is the non-aligned journalist who receives weighty kicks as he proceeds forward.
According to Mark, a good 76 police officers have been accused of abusing human rights.
They will be put on trial as is right, but who are the politically responsible people of this slaughter? Let’s identify them. It’s easy. For once it can be you naming names. Then we will apply the “Vaffanculo walk”. Two lines of citizens to get them going. They walk in the middle. Insult anyway has been decriminalised.
At Genoa, Saturday 21 July 2007, 4:30 pm, at the Sant'Agostino Museum - piazza Sarzano 35r there’s the meeting: PRIZE-WINNING ITALIAN BUTCHERY, to discuss: “Who controls the police forces? Who guarantees constitutional rights?” By the Truth and Justice Committee for Genoa.

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I live abroaod and they will never catch me again!

Posted by: rob zava | July 23, 2007 08:59 AM


CARO BEPPE,
TI SCRIVO DA RIO DE JANEIRO...
IN QUESTI GIORNI SI SVOLGONO UNA SORTA DI GIOCHI OLIMPICI FRA LE AMERICHE...IERI CUBA BATTE BRASILE, PARTITA DI PALLAVOLO FEMMINILE...UN'EMOZIONE FINO ALLA FINE E' STATO FANTASTICO...E MI DOMANDAVO, CHISSA' COSA STA TRASMETTENDO LA TV ITALIANA? E MI SONO DETTA....MA SAI QUANTE PERSONE VORREBBERO VEDERE QUESTE OLIMPIADI...AL POSTO DELLA SOLITA SPAZZATURA!
E SCORAGGIANTE...HA RAGIONE QUESTA RAGAZZA CHE HA LASCIATO L'ITALIA NEL 2000...STA DIVENTANDO, SEMPRE DI PIU', UN PAESE NON CIVILE...SIAMO OBBLIGATI ,SEMPRE DI PIU', A SOTTOSTARE COME SERVI A REGOLE CHE NON ACCETTIAMO....
CI VUOLE PIU' CORAGGIO A RIMANERE IN ITALIA CHE AD ANDARE VIA...
MA VOGLIO ANCORA CREDERCI.
HO ANCORA FIDUCIA IN QUESTA PATRIA E NELLA GENTE CHE ANCORA LA AMA...
LE UNICHE CHE POSSONO CAMBIARE QUALCOSA.
GRAZIE PER TUTTO QUELLO CHE FAI BEPPE!
SALUTI

Posted by: federica morais | July 20, 2007 03:58 PM


MARK COVELL,
I feel shame to be Italian very often, but in this case more than usually...
you have all my solidarity and please, take this case to Strasbourg. People everywhere have to know what kind of policemen and what kind of politicias we have here. So far not a cop has been accused and no politician resigned for the incredible events of Genua, during the Berlusconi-Postfascist-Racist Northern Leagues government.
Here nothing will happen, because in Italy the justice simply does not work. So, please, take this case to Strasbourg, you will give an help to this country. if they will suspend us from UE, we will deserve it!
all the best and keep us informed through Beppe Grillo's blog. It is our last chance in Italy...
Leftist parties are wake and litigious, they won't be able to punish the responsibles of this fascist represalia. I wish they would use these awful methods with the bloody mafiosi...but they don't. Belive me, there are very good policemen and judges in Italy. Many paid with their life the fight against criminality but there are too many like Bolzaneto, too and too many politicians who will protect them, because they need the protecion from the police. Usually are the same politicians who need the protection of criminal secret services and the Mafias.
regards
Tony Lovi

Posted by: Antonio Lovi | July 20, 2007 02:18 PM


sono disgustata
ho lasciato l'italia nel 2000 e da allora non sono piu` riuscita a tornare perche ormai so cosa vuol dire vivere in un paese civile e non potrei piu` sottostare a leggi barbare ad essere calpestata giorno dopo giorno da un governo che sfrutta i cittadini rendendoli schiavi e soffocando ogni diritto con sistemi fascisti di asservimento della popolazione. Fa male dirlo ma l'italia non e` un paese civile e non puo` definirsi paese civile

Posted by: cristina mallai | July 20, 2007 01:21 PM


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