“Bring us to Landini’s or we’ll go get him”. These are the words of Giuliano Castellino, leader of Forza Nuova, addressing some agents after a part of the No Green Pass protesters, last Saturday in Rome, had managed to break through the cordon by reaching the headquarters of the CGIL in Corso Italia. A particular content in the request for validation of the arrests that the Rome prosecutor made to the investigating judge.
“Despite the mediation attempts put in place by the police with the three people who had placed themselves at the head of the march, Luigi Aronica, Roberto Fiore and Castellino, the demonstrators continued their march by opposing violent resistance against the operators who had activated a charge of lightening “, reads the provision.
The request also reconstructs that “when we arrived at the CGIL headquarters, Castellino turned to a police officer placed to protect the headquarters, saying: ‘let us pass, we must enter’. Despite the agents’ attempts to make the group desist, Castellino addressed the crowd urging them to head towards the union headquarters with unequivocal gestures. In order to achieve this goal, the demonstrators carried out acts of violence and aggression against police officers ”.
“It raises social alarm – it is reported in the request for validation of the arrest – the fact that all the measures adopted over the years against Giuliano Castellino in order to contain his delinquent thrust have so far produced no results and they failed to prevent him from continuing undaunted in the commission of the crime “.
“Over the years and starting from 1996 and therefore when he was less than 20 years old he began a delinquent path that has never suffered setbacks – the prosecutors write – and which clearly demonstrates his total disregard for the rules of civilized life. “. And” precisely in this perspective and in order to contain and supervise the criminal thrust of Castellino, the same has been repeatedly subjected to the measure of special surveillance, a measure, constantly and repeatedly violated, even very recently “, reads the request.
“Although not burdened by preventive measures as in the case of Castellino, in the recent period also Fiore, Aronica and Passaro have shown particular activism in participating – write the magistrates – even with leading roles, in protest initiatives against the measures adopted by the Government and Parliament to protect the health and safety of people. Initiatives then resulted in acts of violence and the consequent commission of serious crimes “.