The leader of the Roman section of Forza Nuova, Giuliano Castellino, and the former Nar Luigi Aronica were released from Rebibbia, where they were detained after the assault on the CGIL headquarters in Rome. Both are now under house arrest for the “attenuated precautionary needs”. The trial of the protagonists of the attack began on 2 March.
Among the defendants – in addition to Giuliano Castellino – his mentor Roberto Fiore, the militants Salvatore Lubrano, Lorenzo “Il Ciclone” Franceschi and Luca Castellini. And again the former of the Revolutionary Armed Nuclei Salvatore Aronica, the ultra of Lazio Massimiliano Petri and Pamela Testa, immortalized that day while she wore the sweatshirt with the motto “Executioner who gives up”.
In recent weeks, the assault on the CGIL has come to the attention of Copasir. The Parliamentary Committee for the Security of the Republic, the body that exercises parliamentary control over the work of intelligence agencies, has also tried to shed light on the possible and obscure links between Roberto Fiore – leader of Forza Nuova – and the secret services of countries foreigners.