Voice Of Europe
April 12, 2019
Two Moroccan migrants who reside in Italy are under investigation for their connection to the bombing of an office of Italy’s Interior Minister Matteo Salvini’s League party.
According to a report by Il Giornale, the attack happened in January, and resulted in the front door of the League party headquarters in San Valentino Torio destroyed after an explosive was detonated. Following the blast, leftist politicians in the country played it off as merely ‘Christmas fireworks’.
Italian prosecutors have said that the two primary suspects in the attack are Moroccan migrants – Abderrahim S., 41, and Moktar J., 37 – who are currently being investigating under the suspicion of setting off the explosives. Both men were identified thanks to footage captured by CCTV.
The regional deputy coordinator for the League party in Salerno, Mariano Falcone, stated that although the harm caused to the building wasn’t extensive, “It is an attack against Matteo Salvini and against the League. He called the attack “disturbing”.
This article was posted: Friday, April 12, 2019 at 6:08 am