The judges of the court of Rome rejected the requests for release for Vincenzo Nardulli, Roman leader of the community of Avanguardia and Giuliano Castellino, Roman manager of Forza Nuova accused of robbery and aggravated injuries against a photographer of the newspaper La Repubblica group L’Espresso . Episode that would have happened at the Verano Cemetery in Rome, last January 7th, the day that fell on the forty-first anniversary of the Acca Larentia massacre and the Avanguardia community, as usual, had organized the laying of a wreath in memories of all the comrades fallen on the path of honor at the chapel of the fascist martyrs.
In support of Giuliano Castellino and Vincenzo Nardulli, Roberto Fiore, national secretary of Forza Nuova, in a note released to the press, which we report in full, sided with no ifs or buts.
In a Rome where urban chaos reigns, a city astonished in the face of the corruption of the judiciary and the management of 5Stelle, comes news of other times: the judges confirm the detention for Nardulli and Castellino. A scandal, a shame
A “crime” that the police present in the place testifies not to have happened, a story of injustice that sees two militants, Castellino and the seventy year old Nardulli, detained for zero reasons.
Roman militancy and the political environment of the capital cannot fail to understand the profound meaning of what happened.
Whoever does not give up must suffer an interminable Calvary and make a sacrifice so that the Idea can resist and the roads open to the militants