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Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The Gangs of Florence


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"It's not safe to go out there anymore."


Florence: The city of Michelangelo and David. Not any more thanks to gangs of foreign men running the streets. Such was the case on Tuesday when four young men, believed to be North Africans jumped and beat another N. African in one of the city's central squares. It appeared to be a gang dispute.The below report from Il Giornale translated by Fousesquawk has a video taken by a witness. According to the article, it appears that this is not a rare occurrence in Florence.

Translation by Fousesquawk.

http://www.ilgiornale.it/news/cronache/firenze-spedizione-punitiva-centro-magrebino-pestato-sangue-1644608.html

Florence, Punitive Dispatch in downtown": Beaten Bloody with Bars

A true punitive dispatch during the evening in Florence.Four men beat a Magrebian (North African) in one of the most central squares of the city during aperativo hour. The shouts of passersby and arrival of the police patrols

It was once more a night of violence in Florence.

In the central Ciompi Square, a violent brawl with sticks and clubs

 It all happened  around 9 pm, Tuesday, February 12th when 4 men, apparently all North Africans, fell upon another person kicking him jumping on top of him, hitting him with clubs, and according to what emerged, a gun (is believed to have) appeared.

The origin of the brawl, yet another among foreigners (Brawl among foreigners in the middle of the night: 4 arrested, one in hospital), could be a settling of accounts, the people present immediately called the (police), the arrival of which, seven police and Carabinieri, the four attackers had already managed to disappear. A little later, however, a Guardia di Finanza patrol succeeded in stopping one of the men not far from Ciompi Square.

The victim of the beating, of Magrebian (N African) origin, suffered  various injuries to the head while remaining (conscious) during the rescue/trteatment procedures. The investigations to identify all the participants are already in progress, further in light of the video taken of most of the incident by  a citizen.

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