Naples, the accusation of the police: “We knew what was going to happen”
The words of Gennaro Esposito, Municipal Police Commission and Legality Administration of Naples, on the problems caused by Eintracht fans
Gennaro Esposito, Municipal Police Commission and Legality Municipality of NaplesShe spoke to Canale 21 about the clashes that took place yesterday in Naples.
WORDS – “The Tar underestimated the real danger of what happened. I wonder how the Prefect and Tar should be wondering why we have failed to contain a widely anticipated phenomenon. The Municipality of Naples does not exercise any public order function. This is the task of the police headquarters and the prefecture. We experienced something unacceptable. Who pays? I know traders who have taken a lot of damage from the devastation. In conversation with the exhibitors I said: I hope you are insured against vandalism. The demand to make the Germans and thus the Frankfurt club pay is certainly not easy to implement. But the damage is great. Exhibitors were ordered by the prefecture to remain open to accommodate fans, so there is also a responsibility on the part of the state. Then there was damage to public transport, which isn’t much. Even a single damaged bus aggravates the inconveniences in Neapolitan traffic ».
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