Sunday, 25 July 2010
Source: corrierefiorentino 23/07/2010 -
A raid causing damaged to the offices of ENEL, the occupation of a municipal building, graffiti on buildings against the then commissioner for safety, Graziano Cioni. These are some of the alleged acts in Florence and 19 people of the anarchists, who were referred for trial by the court. For all, the prosecution accuses the association with aims of terrorism and subversion of democracy.
According to the indictment, since October 2005 the group has been carrying out the invasion of a number of buildings, caused theft and damage, threatened journalists, local politicians and administrators, including former city councilor security Graziano Cioni, who claimed damages. Among the accusations aggravated violence and resistance "against public officials in order to create social tension and clashes in the public streets against police." The nineteen defendants - defended by lawyers Sauro Poli and Massimo Lombardi - are aged between 23 and 55 years. "