Rome, the activist Tiziana Ronzio attacked. Zingaretti: “Very serious fact” – Chronicle

Rome, the activist Tiziana Ronzio attacked. Zingaretti: “Very serious fact” – Chronicle
Rome, the activist Tiziana Ronzio attacked. Zingaretti: “Very serious fact” – Chronicle

Rome, 8 June 2021 – A discussion for futile reasons degenerated into a violent episode last night in Tor Bella Monaca, a neighborhood on the outskirts of Rome. Victims of an assault were Tiziana Ronzio and her son. The woman is well known in the area as the founder of “Tor più Bella”, an association that has been fighting for years dealing with drug dealing, crime and the degradation of the area east of Rome. Guilty of the violence, they would instead have been exponents of clan Moccia, a family very active in the criminal activities of Tor Bella Monaca.

The fight

The initial quarrel, probably due to a parking lot, involved two boys, including Ronzio’s son, and immediately attracted a crowd of people to theintervention of the Carabinieri. A member of the Moccia family, who had been kicked in the legs in recent days, and the mothers of the two boys. Among the women there would have been a discussion in which some slaps would have flown, while the exponent of the Moccia clan was arrested for resisting a public official.

The denunciation of Zingaretti

The accusation of the president of the Lazio Region, Nicola Zingaretti, who denounced: “It is a very serious fact that cannot be accepted. Tiziana Ronzio was awarded by President Mattarella of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic, she has been working for years to redevelop Tor Bella Monaca, she cannot and must not be left alone by the institutions, she must be defended and supported in her battles. We as the Lazio Region will always be by your side against the Tor Bella Monaca underworld but above all we will continue to create with you initiatives to redevelop the neighborhood“declared Zingaretti.

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