They came marching without fear anything, their goal was to “restore legality in via Mattarella and vacate the house illegally occupied by a Roma (Gypsy) family while the owners were at work “. A large group of Forza Nuova militants arrived in front of the buildings of the north of the city with the intention to stop abuse. Awaiting them, however, were dozens of police men who prevented access to the housing. The militants, led by Marco Forconi, regional coordinator, managed to get near the building, but they could not reach the entrance. “We came here in more than peaceful conditions,” commented Forconi, “our interest is not to create problems but to make it clear that there is an institutional paradox, and not only in Avezzano but throughout Italy. It seems inappropriate to the laxity of the institutions and the media question and answer, that you have to wait while a family is in the hotel. It is good to protect the people who live against mocking the rules of civil people who pay taxes. We know that there is a bureaucratic process but the institutions can goad so among other non-violents. ” Avezzano police tried not to bring the militants to the homes mainly to avoid the possbility of thrown objects out of the windows. The intent of Forconi and his militants was to be able to communicate with the occupants, but there was no way. He was advised by police to speak to the window but it was quite impossible. The tenants did not want to. From the apartments the answer was music neo melodic blaring. Forconi announced to the police that they will return after Easter if the house has not been returned. The target date would seem to be Easter Monday.