In the last 4 years, the data on accidents linked to sporting events “are positive, no serious events have occurred in the stadiums”. In the light of what happened last Sunday on the A1, according to what has been learned, the Minister of the Interior Matteo Piantedosi, in today’s meeting at the Viminale with the Minister for Sport, Andrea Abodi, the top management of FGCI and Lega Calcio, recommended the “maximum severity” in preventive sanctions against violent supporters. At the table, everyone underlined the importance of new technologies for identifying those responsible for violent conduct, even if privacy must be maintained. Today was a first meeting, others will follow and the comparison with the sporting world will be constant. At present, Piantedosi reiterated, no new rules are being thought of.
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The top management of football has highlighted the need to use the most advanced technologies, including facial recognition, in order to quickly identify those responsible for the clashes. For the restrictive measures against violent supporters – up to the travel ban – the decisions will be taken by the National Observatory on sporting events which meets in the afternoon to analyze the risk profiles of the next matches. As for yesterday’s failure to validate the deferred arrests of some supporters in flagrante delicto, in the assessments of the Viminale, any responsibility for the violence can be ascertained even without the arrest before the trial. For several of the identified fans, the Daspo will still start.
The investigating judge of Naples Ivana Salvatore has not validated the deferred arrest in flagrante delicto notified to Antonio Marigliano considered by the Digos of Naples involved in the clashes that took place last Sunday on the A1 between Roma and Neapolitan fans. The supporter’s lawyer, the lawyer Emilio Coppola, during the hearing deposited a video acquired and viewed by the judge who ordered the immediate release. “There were no images that testified to his presence at the time of the clashes and he did not take part in the brawl”. The lawyer Emilio Coppola, lawyer of Antonio Marigliano, the 35-year-old ultra from Naples, arrested and placed under house arrest, told Ansa “the day after the clashes between Napoli and Roma fans which took place near a service station on the A1 in the province of Arezzo. Today the investigating judge of Naples decided it did not have to validate the precautionary measure issued on a deferred basis against the fan. “We have produced an integral video of the clashes – he adds – where Antonio was clearly seen, in possession of a flag pole, which can also be considered an object capable of offending, but he was in a different area from the one where the violence, indeed when he realizes the brawl he retreats”.
No travel ban for Napoli-Juventus on 13 January, also in consideration of the “almost completed sale of tickets” but increased checks by the police forces with filtering services for departing visiting fans, security escort service, use of an adequate quota of away stewards and police forces in pre-filtering and filtering activities. This is the decision of the National Observatory on sporting events which met today.
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