|Free Zippo, with schematic fasce below|
|Siamo quello che Facciamo (We are what we do).|
A CasaPound sticker attached to a light pole near
Stadio Olimpico. Looks like the mascot is
|1930s public housing in Monte Sacro|
|Marchionne Infame (Infamy)|
|Zippo Libero March.|
CasaPound, which occupied a small building near the scene of the November 3 confrontation, claimed the arrest was "purely political," a reponse to Palladino's social activism. The source of the identification--a political operative on the left--would lend credence to that claim. Even so, an armed assault took place, 4 young men were injured, and Zippo, given his strong political convictions, may have been among those wreaking havoc.
Zippo Libero? Maybe, maybe not.
Two other posts on right-wing graffiti incude one centered in Piazza Vescovio and one generally deciphering Rome's walls.
|A "Zippo Libero" sign makes an appearance among extreme|
soccer fans (Ultras)