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Italian opens fire on illegal aliens.

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Headline in the Independent uk

'Twenty-eight-year-old Italian man arrested after at least six African immigrants were injured in seemingly unprovoked attacks'

The article finishes with this.
The shootings happened just days after the body of 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro was discovered cut up and hidden in two suitcases. A Nigerian migrant has been arrested in connection with the death.
Macerata Mayor Romano Carancini said: “They were all of colour, this is obviously a grave fact. As was grave what happened to Pamela. The closeness of the two events makes you imagine there could be a connection.”
Reports suggested the alleged perpetrator, Innocent Oseghale, was denied asylum last year but had remained in Macerata to appeal against the decision.
“What was this worm still doing in Italy?” Northern League leader Matteo Salvini wrote on Facebook, accusing the centre-left government of responsibility for Ms Mastropietro’s death for allowing migrants to stay in the country. “The left has blood on its hands,” he wrote.
Local media said the two incidents were linked.

Obviously it was not an unprovoked attack. Why the fuck can't the media report news as it is?
 
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The ruling elite of any country don't have to live among all these thieving ponces. If they were shitting on their doorstep or dismembering their relatives they might get off their lazy arses and protect their country's borders.
 

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Lord Lucan isn't it?
Richard John Bingham - 7th Earl of Lucan.

A case that has intrigued me all my adult life - I've collaborated on three books about the guy and the murder of Sandra Rivett in November 1974. The first (and maybe only) case in which a Coroner's jury returned a verdict that inculcated a named individual..