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www.ultras-tifo.netLazio Ultras still in Polish jail after Europa League match against Legia.

ROME - Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino has formally requested that Poland release the 22 Italians still detained in Warsaw who took part in a riot during the Lazio-Legia football match.
After disorder broke out during the Europa League match between Lazio and Legia on Thursday, police arrested 149 people. Though the majority have already been released, 22 Italians still remain in police custody and are facing charges of holding a seditious assembly and assaulting a public officer.
Some of the Lazio fans who have already been released from custody have told the Italian ambassador that they were "treated very badly" in the Warsaw jail, adding that they were given "very little food and water."
Now, Deputy Foreign Minister Marta Dassù has spoken out on the matter. She has stated that Italy has expressed "firm condemnation of all acts of hooliganism," but that the government "expects that Poland, a friend and partner, protects our countrymen."
"Foreign Minister Emma Bonino had a meeting with her Polish counterpart and has formally requested the release of all Italians held in Warsaw and has asked for clarification on the matter," added Minister Dassù.
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Lazio Ultras still in Polish jail after Europa League match against Legia.

ROME - Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino has formally requested that Poland release the 22 Italians still detained in Warsaw who took part in a riot during the Lazio-Legia football match.
After disorder broke out during the Europa League match between Lazio and Legia on Thursday, police arrested 149 people. Though the majority have already been released, 22 Italians still remain in police custody and are facing charges of holding a seditious assembly and assaulting a public officer.
Some of the Lazio fans who have already been released from custody have told the Italian ambassador that they were "treated very badly" in the Warsaw jail, adding that they were given "very little food and water."
Now, Deputy Foreign Minister Marta Dassù has spoken out on the matter. She has stated that Italy has expressed "firm condemnation of all acts of hooliganism," but that the government "expects that Poland, a friend and partner, protects our countrymen."
"Foreign Minister Emma Bonino had a meeting with her Polish counterpart and has formally requested the release of all Italians held in Warsaw and has asked for clarification on the matter," added Minister Dassù.
- See more at: http://www.italianinsider.it/?q=node/1927#sthash.kkBgKcE7.dpuf


(Picture of arrested Lazio supporters in Warszawa)

28th of November Lazio had away match in Poland against Legia Warszawa. Police surrounded and detained about 150 Lazio supporters before the match.

Still 22 Italian supporters stay in jail, but why?

The Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino requested that Poland release the 22 Italians who still remain in custody and are facing charges of "holding a seditious assembly and assaulting a public officer".

At the moment none of the Italian supporters are charged for any real serious crime, the only reason they still stay in custody is because Poland want to show Europe they can deal with hooliganism. There is worse crime being done in Poland everyday, example bar fights...

Polish minister Sienkiewicz said the arrested Lazio fans are thugs and bandits, but he also ensured that the "law" is the same for everyone, both Poles and foreigners.

Ultras-Tifo would like to know if the law also is the same for football supporters and none football supporters?

After what we heard some of the fans risk up to 2 years in jail for violence, resistance to police and wearing masks (hiding face).

 

Even thought there is many normal fans among the arrested supporters (not only Ultras), Curva Nord collected 2000 euro for their jailed brothers after just a few days. It's also said some of the Lazio players will help with money.

 

Fans all over Europe has now started to display support banners for the arrested Lazio fans:

(Liberi = Free)


Levski Sofia

 

AC Milan

 

Juventus

 

Dinamo Bucuresti

 

Lucca

 

Torino

 

Subiaco

 

Venezia

 

Foggia

 

Samb

 

Aprilia

 

Napoli

 

Salerno

 

Cesena

 

Crotone

 

Triestina

 

Ascoli

 

Siracusa

 

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