Italian police officers end up in jail accused of very serious crimes.
So, there are Italian cops in jail because they used force by the book? I'd really like to know their names.
Even the cops who beat To death two guys in their custody in two different cases are still free.
Funny fact: Some officers from all over Italy met under the windows of one of the mothers of the 2 victims and cried her son deserved to die. Not joking, a group of Italian men insulting a mother whose son has been killed while in custody. This group of gentlemen have never been fired or punished. Forget about a trial, They are still in service and can stop, arrest and question citizens any day. I've always wondered if the average Italian cop finds this behaviour disgusting or not.
Then there is a video of italian cops that cheer other cops who have been sentenced for beating Suspects in their custody. First trial, since there is no jail for cops waiting to appeal a sentence (unlike Knox and Sollecito who had to wait in prison) they could Happily enjoy Other cops cheering and clapping. Basically the video shows cops clapping against a legitimate verdict by a legitimate Judge in front of a camera without any worries. And they were right not to worry, sanctions? None.
The truth is that We have two carabinieri rapers in Florence, a Carabinieri unit in Sicily who made an innocent man stay 20 years in prison, another one that took bribes from the neapolitan Mafia. None of them has done a day in prison, yet.
Oh, let's not forget Serena Mollicone a 19 years old girl killed inside a Carabinieri station near Rome in 2001. Note that the girl hadn't been arrested, she was there to meet the son of one of the cops working there. One of the Carabinieri in service that night shot himself in 2008, but it took other 10 years to indict the remaining 3 who were in service with him. Meanwhile they tried to frame an innocent man... Guess who let him free? Those bad judges who don't want the the poor Carabinieri to shoot whenever they want, who else?
Let's remember the most ferocious band of robbers of Italian history who killed 20 Innocents in the 90s, they were all... Guess what? Cops. Among the victims there was one young officer who worked in the same District and had recognised them during a robbery. Shot in the head in the middle of the street like a dog by a man that worked 2 desks away from him.
Just like with Rudy Guede the system is letting them study in prison and get degrees if they want. They want, all Fascist law&order guys change their mind about rehabilitation after 3 days in prison.
Frankly I'm quite happy judges don't let Such "guardians" do what they want, but most of the times cops do what they want without paying. Don't play the fake news game when there is still people around that can reply with facts. The generalisation about judges seems rubbish out of Berlusconi's press office
That poor man has been killed because most of petty criminals that work Rome's squares are professionals who would never dream of bringing a bayonet and use it against a cop. He expected to face the usual cats but he stumbled upon a tiger. If Italian cops shoot as often as the US ones we would get petty criminals shooting back. Then there would be people asking for more powers to cops, less rights for criminals, better weapons etc. etc. The same old story that always ends in the same way: More crime in the streets and more violence.