“Incitement to hatred is a crime and must be punished.” Footballer Ciro Immobile said this after the club's farewell of Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri, who reported being “verbally and physically attacked by a group of people” this morning, outside his son's school 4 years old, while he accompanied her. him with his wife. The attack, he explains in a press release published by the agencies, is a consequence of incitement to hatred on the part of certain press outlets and journalists via social networks, who with “words of hate” reported “reconstructions not inherent to reality” calling him a footballer responsible for the anti-Sarri movement. Immobile will file a criminal complaint for defamation.

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