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Italians Breaking ‘Red Zone’ Quarantine Risk Up To Six Years in Prison

November 15, 2020 Breitbart 1

Under Italy’s new lockdown, those caught lying to officials while trying to visit a relative or friend face a prison sentence of one to six years. Those positive for coronavirus who leave their homes and infect others can be tried for culpable epidemic transmission and face sentences between six months and three years.

GEG Commentary

Northern Italy: Dozens Wounded in Clash with Police Over Covid-19 Lockdowns

October 30, 2020 CNN 0

Ten foreigners were detained by police in Milan, suggesting that they were not freedom protestors at all but may have been hired thugs — as we have seen in all ‘social-justice’ riots involving violence and destruction — whose assignment is to create destruction to justify martial law, which is the end game.