He hit his head against the wall, threw chairs at his back and, above all, the “physical and psychological harassment” reported by the investigating judge of Rome Anna María Gavoni in the precautionary custody order issued against her violent ex-husband, occurred constantly and in front of her minor children. The threats continue: “I will kill you, I will gut you, I will make your children impale you…”, then the insults, unrepeatable. Insults that she had also spat at him in the church, in front of everyone, while her daughter was receiving her first communion. That man, anyway Massimiliano D’AlessandroToday, 54 years old, better known as “meatball“In the surroundings of the Curva Sud of the Olympic and in the world of drug trafficking in the suburbs, violence had become a lifestyle even in the past when, in the stands with the old “Boys” and those of the ” opposing faction” It was notable for the clashes and fights that culminated in the stabbing of Brescia’s deputy commissioner, Giovanni Selmin, on the occasion of Roma’s away match on November 20, 1994.
A black page of the Italian support, punctuated by the pitch invasions of “Cavallo Crazy” and the alleged blackmail of the organized support against the clubs that are no longer willing to grant favors to the Curva: Selmin, hit in the abdomen, and operated twice for nine hours, he was miraculously saved.
First the kicks, the punches, the slaps, almost “daily”, as the researchers point out, the pulling, with the head hitting the wall and the chairs flying. Then the messages on the cell phone, which the woman blocks. And so, here there are hundreds of anonymous calls and even threatening emails: “If you report me, I have already warned other people and as soon as I come in they will kill you”, “I’m coming, you’ve brought out the beast in me, happy birthday to you.” , dear joy.” The woman fears that harm will also be done to her children and despite the shared custody decided by the court, she takes refuge with one of her children in a squat house, a place that she keeps secret from her ex-husband. She then tries everything, even a trap. He writes to her that he has been arrested again and that she can go to her house to pick up the other minor.
However, in September of this year, the woman found the courage to report the violence she had suffered. She addresses the officers at the Porta Pia police station, where a special task force is active that takes great care in repressing crimes of gender violence. It is not easy because the situation is complex and the fear is great. The woman cannot sleep at night, shows the hospitalization reports for a psychogenic epileptic attack, confesses how exhausted she was by that life “on the edge”: “I want to live my life honestly, working, even just cleaning,” she had said. to her closest friends. But that difficult and violent bond was difficult to break, until the police coordinated by the Rome Prosecutor’s Office gathered evidence of his “despotic, violent and aggressive” behavior, and the other day Polpetta was arrested and taken back to prison, this time for bad treatments. in the family even in the presence of minors.
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