(ANSA) - TURIN, 08 MAR - The number of people reported for last Saturday's riots in Turin, during the national anarchist procession in solidarity with Alfredo Cospito, has risen to 47.
Twenty-seven people were arrested in the stages prior to the start of the demonstration, from whom explosive material and blunt objects were seized (helmets, gas masks, hammers, crowbars, paper bombs, sticks, smoke bombs, knives, firecrackers, shields).
Another sixteen black blocs were identified, after having unloaded from a van parked in via Juvarra, near piazza Arbarello, large plexiglass shields with handles, which formed a banner, and wooden sticks.
The sixteen were reported for carrying objects capable of offending and resisting a public official.
Four anarchists, on the other hand, were accompanied to the police station after the procession and were also denounced for resisting a public official.
Finally, there are 28 mandatory exit papers with a ban on returning to the municipality of Turin, for a period ranging from one to three years, issued by the Turin Police Headquarters against as many demonstrators from other Italian provinces, such as Perugia, Vicenza, Rome, Pisa, Milan, Monza and Brianza, Varese, Modena, Trieste, Trento, Treviso, Gorizia.