Judge suspended after addressing anti-Green Pass rally

Messina justice Angelo Giorgianni spoke to crowd in Rome piazza

(ANSA) - ROME, OCT 27 - A Sicilian judge was suspended from his job without pay Wednesday after addressing an anti-Green Pass rally in Rome on October 9 which turned violent when a neo-fascist led mob ransacked the HQ of Italy's biggest and most leftwing trade union.
    Messina appeals court justice Angelo Giorgianni addressed the crowd from a stage in Piazza del Popolo during the protest against the COVID health certificate.
    The rally was attended by hundreds of anti-vaxxers, most of whom demonstrated peacefully and had nothing to do with the assault allegedly led by the far-right Forza Nuova (FN) group. (ANSA).


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