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Huge riots throughout Rome after the police killed a football supporter of Lazio football team. The police say it was accidental. The streets of Rome were the witnesses of a full scale massive riot in protest of the killing.
CNN or BBC.
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Ahhh..just when I thought the day would be DOOMless..
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i want to see this on youtube!

i want to see the fans taking instant revenge on the police for their despicable murder.
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Huge riots throughout Rome after the police killed a football supporter of Lazio football team. The police say it was accidental. The streets of Rome were the witnesses of a full scale massive riot in protest of the killing.
CNN or BBC.
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ya i saw this on TV an they said people were mad because when a officer was killed they stopped the matches but they jus t delayed them when this guy got killed
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Huge Riots? Absolute Bullshit!!!
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[link to news.google.co.uk]

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ULTRA WAR, so called.

Italy in shock after killing sparks nationwide football riots
42 minutes ago

ROME (AFP) — The Italian government held an emergency meeting Monday after the police killing of a football fan sparked riots by supporters across the country.

A new council of interior ministry and police chiefs, which was set up after a policeman was killed by fans in February, met in Rome to discuss the new troubles which, according to ANSA news agency, left at least 40 police injured.

Italian football federation leaders were also to discuss the fallout from the running battles outside many stadiums after the shooting, which authorities have described as a "tragic error".

Gabriele Sandri was hit in the neck by a shot fired by a policeman at an Italian motorway rest area where rival fans had been fighting on Sunday. An autopsy on his body was carried out as controversy raged.

The 31-year-old policeman, who was not named, said the shot went off accidentally as he was running, just seconds after firing a warning round in the air, a newspaper reported.

"I was not aiming anywhere, I was not pointing at anyone," the officer told Corriere della Sera newspaper, adding that he was at least 200 metres (yards) away from Sandri who was in a car at the rest area.

"The first shot I fired in the air and the second went off as I was running. What a fool. Now I know what happened, I am devastated."

"Now I have destroyed two families, that of this boy and mine," added the officer.

In a furious reaction to the shooting, militant fans across Italy turned on police targets forcing three of Sunday's matches to be called off.

At least 40 police required hospital treatment, including one officer who was seriously injured after being struck with an iron bar, according to ANSA news agency.

"What a Nightmare!" exclaimed the leading sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport. "Into what darkness has the passion of Italians sunk?" it asked, saying that a "sub-culture" had emerged of "blackmail, humiliation and planned violence."

Hundreds of fans, many masked and carrying batons, attacked a police barracks in Rome, burning a bus and other vehicles. A match between AS Roma and Cagliari was among those cancelled.

The crowd broke into the headquarters of the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) and looted the offices.

Police charged the crowd, firing tear gas at the fans to restore order. Three people, including one woman, were arrested.

In Bergamo, Atalanta fans clashed with police before their game against AC Milan, forcing the referee to halt play seven minutes after kick-off.

The Atalanta 'Ultras', as hardcore fans are known, charged a glass barricade separating fans from the pitch, breaking it in two places.

In Milan, some 400 fans threw stones at police headquarters, while outside the stadium Lazio and Inter supporters chanted anti-police slogans.

Before the Siena-Livorno game and at other stadiums, supporters shouted "murderers" at police and security officers.

According to witnesses, Sandri was travelling to Milan by car with other Lazio fans to attend the match against Inter Milan when clashes with Juventus fans started at a service station.

"We are still investigating the exact dynamic of the facts but it seems that this was the tragic error by a police officer who intervened to stop a fight degenerating," said Interior Minister Giuliano Amato late Sunday.

La Repubblica newspaper called the fan reaction an "Ultra War."

Corriere della Serra, recalling the killing in February of a policeman outside the Catania Stadium in Sicily, said Sandri's death "became the fuse that relit the fire."

The policeman's death prompted reinforced measures against stadium violence, and the Italian government created the National Observer for Sporting Events, to help stamp out violence, and which met on Monday.

La Stampa newspaper said "When all that unites is hatred -- between fans, leaders, extremists and police -- everything becomes possible, even one (gun) shot too many."

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The riots have extended to other Italian cities, among them Milan and Bergamo.
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Those white people can't behave themselves..tisk tisk
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It's great!! The citizens riot when a cop shoots someone, and a cop that shows remorse. Americans don't give a shit, and the cops love to kill people. What a difference.
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But here we are dealing with Europeans. They are fighters for freedom.
hf
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Riots spreading down southern Italy to the city Taranto.

Two police stations have been attacked and the Olympic Committee Centre has been ransacked. Buses of fire.

The policeman has apologized, he said he was shooting in the air and by mistake an Italian got shot in the neck.

(He must have been flying)
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Riots spreading down southern Italy to the city Taranto.

Two police stations have been attacked and the Olympic Committee Centre has been ransacked. Buses of fire.

The policeman has apologized, he said he was shooting in the air and by mistake an Italian got shot in the neck.

(He must have been flying)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 220110


First he shot one in the air... than he ran after a certain
car, with his gun in his hand... which he claims accidentally went off (by running)...
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Riots spreading down southern Italy to the city Taranto.

Two police stations have been attacked and the Olympic Committee Centre has been ransacked. Buses of fire.

The policeman has apologized, he said he was shooting in the air and by mistake an Italian got shot in the neck.

(He must have been flying)


First he shot one in the air... than he ran after a certain
car, with his gun in his hand... which he claims accidentally went off (by running)...
 Quoting: peace.be


He shot in the air second time too. And missed.
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Huge riots throughout Rome after the police killed a football supporter of Lazio football team. The police say it was accidental. The streets of Rome were the witnesses of a full scale massive riot in protest of the killing.
CNN or BBC.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 325262



Their food, air and water doesn't contain the same chemicals that the U.S. supply does. Almost everything is raised on local farms - fresh and pure. They also don't have the cell towers every other block....

They aren't under "control" like those in the U.S.
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Huge riots throughout Rome after the police killed a football supporter of Lazio football team. The police say it was accidental. The streets of Rome were the witnesses of a full scale massive riot in protest of the killing.
CNN or BBC.



Their food, air and water doesn't contain the same chemicals that the U.S. supply does. Almost everything is raised on local farms - fresh and pure. They also don't have the cell towers every other block....

They aren't under "control" like those in the U.S.
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Having -Seria A- football division helps too.
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But here we are dealing with Europeans. They are fighters for freedom.
hf
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Ya, that is who our ancestors were.
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But here we are dealing with Europeans. They are fighters for freedom.
hf


Ya, that is who our ancestors were.
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Go figure.
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Maybe it has something to do with social cohesion or unity. A people united. Imo thats why TPTB promote immigration to divide society into groups, to break the unity. If you are not united you wont stand together against them. Makes sense?

Same they are trying to do in the Middle East. Divide great countries that pose a threat , a mass of united people, into small states, divided among themselves, easily conquerable ,that wont unite against tptb.
See fragmentation of Iraq.
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yes, now they are going to discuss in EU parliament how to ban police guns.
"Unarmed, harmless & friendly"
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Huge Riots? Absolute Bullshit!!!
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Man, shut up! At least THEY are fighting back! More than tired ass Americans who do nothing but sit on their rumps all day and complain about what others do.
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Breaking CNN, the authorities have not ruled out charging the arrested rioters with TERRORISM. This would ensure a lengthy jail sentence.
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Their food, air and water doesn't contain the same chemicals that the U.S. supply does. Almost everything is raised on local farms - fresh and pure. They also don't have the cell towers every other block....

They aren't under "control" like those in the U.S.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 263764


It would be great if it were so. But it isn't. And moreover, we don't have guns like you do.
Sol Dominvs Imperi Romani
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Maybe it has something to do with social cohesion or unity. A people united. Imo thats why TPTB promote immigration to divide society into groups, to break the unity. If you are not united you wont stand together against them. Makes sense?

Same they are trying to do in the Middle East. Divide great countries that pose a threat , a mass of united people, into small states, divided among themselves, easily conquerable ,that wont unite against tptb.
See fragmentation of Iraq.
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Balkanize:

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The division of a state into smaller territorial units. The term tends to imply a policy of ‘divide and rule’, whereby the strength of a united country is diluted by the creation of internal division. The term came to prominance in the aftermath of the First World War, but has contemporary resonance in the light of recent Balkan politics.

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oh they done fucked up now!

don't fuck with soccer fans...



damned

you can bet some police stations are going to be burning tonight!
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You know whats funny about these supporters.
(btw i am from Europe)

The whole fucking world can go to hell and you will never get a response out of these folks. No demonstrations, no riots no nothing...

But as soon it concerns soccer.
Riots, hooligans, trowing bombs, whatever it fucking takes...

Its a sad world we live in these days....
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oh they done fucked up now!

don't fuck with soccer fans...



damned

you can bet some police stations are going to be burning tonight!


You know whats funny about these supporters.
(btw i am from Europe)

The whole fucking world can go to hell and you will never get a response out of these folks. No demonstrations, no riots no nothing...

But as soon it concerns soccer.
Riots, hooligans, trowing bombs, whatever it fucking takes...

Its a sad world we live in these days....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 299916


It would be a sadder world if when a guy who is unarmed, sitting in a car, minding his own business gets shot in the neck by a policeman and nobody said anything.
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oh they done fucked up now!

don't fuck with soccer fans...



damned

you can bet some police stations are going to be burning tonight!


You know whats funny about these supporters.
(btw i am from Europe)

The whole fucking world can go to hell and you will never get a response out of these folks. No demonstrations, no riots no nothing...

But as soon it concerns soccer.
Riots, hooligans, trowing bombs, whatever it fucking takes...

Its a sad world we live in these days....


It would be a sadder world if when a guy who is unarmed, sitting in a car, minding his own business gets shot in the neck by a policeman and nobody said anything.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 220110


I wasn't downplaying the killing, ofcource this is a very sad thing. Disgusting even.
The point i was trying to make is that there are much wors things happening in the world and you never hear anything of them. Just don't mess with the 'game'.
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This is what you, North Americans, should do in your country.
NSA agrees, DOOM predictions are good for your mental Health!
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This is what you, North Americans, should do in your country.
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Act like crazed thugs?
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This is what you, North Americans, should do in your country.

Act like crazed thugs?
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Of course not. Pleading "Don`t taze me, bro" is way cooler.
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We have enough riots with the negros. We dont need anymore.

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