The Mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi – with a post on Facebook – he wanted to thank the 20-year-old boy-courage who the other day in Centocelle foiled a theft in a shop, then saw himself – for revenge – burn his car by those same criminals he had put in escape. A story documented by Leggo, who just today April 1st interviewed this courageous Roman girl.
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Virginia Raggi showing the article in Leggo, he writes: «To this brave young girl I want to say thank you. Thank you because the way he acted must be taken as an example. Because those who report, I want to emphasize, never lose. I am close to you ». Then he adds: «To the brave girl I want to say something else: you are not alone. Whoever denounces, whoever takes the side of legality, will always find my support and that of all honest citizens ».
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The comments under the Mayor’s post are beautiful and touching: there are many Roman citizens who ask to open a subscription to help the girl-courage to buy a new car.
«Madam Mayor, can you activate a fundraiser for the purchase of a new car? I am sure that in a short time we will reach the goal! ” Luisa writes, and many respond positively “I am here”, “I am here too”. “A fundraiser could start to buy her a new car and also pay her insurance against fire, theft and vandalism … I’m sure that all decent people would be happy to contribute” adds Michele. The solidarity race has already started.
Last updated: Thursday 1 April 2021, 21:42
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