Published: Tue, February 06, 2018
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Italy suspect had copy of 'Mein Kampf'

Italy suspect had copy of 'Mein Kampf'

Shots had been fired in the Via Spalato and Via dei Velini parts of town, two key areas in an investigation into the murder of an 18-year-old girl whose body was found dismembered and hidden in two suitcases last Wednesday.

Calls for revenge attacks were posted on the Facebook page of the victim's mother in the run up to Saturday's shootings.

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After the shootings, Traini, 28, allegedly got out of his vehicle, made a fascist salute with a tricolour Italian flag draped over his shoulders and shouted "Viva Italia", or "Long Live Italy", and "Italy for Italians", media reports said.

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A video posted by the il Resto di Carlino newspaper showed the suspect with an Italian flag draped over his shoulders being arrested by armed Carabinieri officers in the city centre, near where he apparently fled his auto on foot. Authorities identified him as Luca Traini, a 28-year-old Italian with no previous record.

Italian authorities said they had found a copy of Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, other publications linked to Nazism and a flag with a Celtic cross, a symbol commonly used by white supremacists, in Mr Traini's home.

However police do not believe Traini knew Pamela Mastropietro, who died shortly after leaving a rehabilitation centre for drugs.

Roberti said "it's likely that he carried out this insane gesture as a sort of retaliation, a sort of vendetta" after a Nigerian man was arrested in the gruesome slaying of an Italian teenager a few days previously in the same city.

"I never hurt anyone".

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Six people were wounded in the drive-by incident, at least one of them is in a serious condition.

"He drove around in his vehicle and when he saw any black people he shot them", Marcello Mancini, a Macerata resident, told Reuters television.

Jennifer told La Repubblica that she arrived in Italy seven months ago and joined her boyfriend in Macerata. And I heard a shot: "Boom".

Italy has been struggling with a huge immigration inflow for the last several years, with the majority of migrants coming across the Mediterranean in smugglers' boats.

"Salvini has created fear and chaos and should apologize before the Italian people", said Laura Boldrini, speaker of the lower house of parliament and a leading figure in the left-wing Free and Equal party.

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Italy is heading into a general election March 4, and the head of the rebranded League party, Matteo Salvini, had capitalized on the teen's killing in campaign appearances even before the shooting Saturday.

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