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(...) 50 thousand people returned to the streets of Genoa on November 17th to protest the recent charges against 25 people accused of devastation and sacking. The peaceful demonstration was a protest against the Italian government decision to not create a special facts commission on the G8 in Genoa in 2001 and against the latest decision of prosecutors to propose 225 years in jail and a hundred thousand euros fine for hurting the reputation of Genoa. Meanwhile, the court cases against police officers for the tortures in Bolzaneto and for the raid in the Diaz school move slowly forward (one will be ending by the end of the year and the other around summer 2008) towards meek convictions and statute of limitations after the first court sentence. People were protesting against a reinterpretation of Genoa G8 history and a clean and one-sided version of the events: Police acted correctly and protesters are still overestimating the abuses (...)

independant media remembers and points to supportolegale (ENG). for the ones, who have forgotten about it, wikipedia (ENG) has a summary about the events which took place 6 years ago.
 

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