Italian Embassy in Bern demands investigation
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Paul Joseph Watson in St. Moritz, Switzerland
June 12, 2011
The Italian European Parliament member who was violently assaulted by security guards outside the site of the elitist Bilderberg conference at the Suvretta hotel in St. Moritz has vowed to take legal action.
Mario Borghezio attempted to enter the conference on Thursday but was met with a hostile response from security and police. Reports circulating at the time suggested that Borghezio had been pushed away and even had his nose broken.
“Borghezio announced at a press conference on Friday that he would bring legal charges in connection with the incident,” reports Swiss Info .
The Italian Embassy in Bern has also demanded an investigation be launched into what transpired.
Borghezio’s attempt to crash Bilderberg as a symbolic protest against the secretive group’s inherently undemocratic foundation was followed by a similar effort led by Swiss People’s Party representative Dominique Baettig on Friday night.
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There was no violence towards Baettig, but like Borghezio he was asked to leave by police.
Before he arrived, Baettig had warned police and security guards in a letter  that there would be significant consequences if protesters were mistreated or prevented from exercising their free speech rights.
Today is the final day of Bilderberg 2011, and with the astounding events of yesterday, when Bilderberg elitists were confronted by angry protesters outside the Bilderberg security perimeter , globalist attendees will probably be glad to be leaving.
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