Tension before the derby, Lazio fans remember “Diabolik” with Roman greetings, smoke bombs and anti-Semitic choirs

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The police are lined up before the Lazio-Roma derby (photo Ansa)

ROME – Tension in Ponte Milvio, in the center of the capital, where some dozens of Lazio ultras were found heading to the stadium for the derby with Roma scheduled at 6pm in memory of Fabrizio Piscitelli (known as Diabolik among the ultras biancocelesti).

Lazio fans remembered Diabolik with Roman greetings, chanted anti-Semitic choruses against the Romanists and lit the smoke bombs. Some supporters wear black t-shirts with the inscription 'Diablo' in the center in honor of the former ultras leader, Fabrizio Piscitelli, killed by a gunshot to the head last August 7 in the park of the Aqueducts, in the Tuscolana area.

Who was the ultras of Lazio Fabrizio Piscitelli "Diabolik".

Fabrizio Piscitelli, a former ultrà of the Irreducibles of Lazio known as Diabolik, was hit by a gunshot wound to the head while sitting on a bench by a person dressed as a runner on the afternoon of Wednesday 7 August. The murder took place in the park of the Aqueducts in Rome, an extensive green area bordering the Appia Antica park and located in the Tuscolano district.

Diabolik was previously implicated in a drug affair: in the park he was hit by a headshot fired at close range. It was a passerby who raised the alarm. The investigations will now be entrusted to the magistrates of the District Anti-Mafia Directorate: in the Public Prosecutor's Office an investigation file has been opened, currently against unknown persons and coordinated by the pm of the external shift and that of the Dda.

Piscitelli was first approached from behind and then hit by a single shot. The killer, according to the evidence collected, was on foot and was dressed as a runner to blend in with the many joggers in the Aqueduct Park. To have seen him escape towards Via Lemonia was a boy who was jogging and a woman sitting on a bench.

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