Immigrant protest turns violent in so...

Immigrant protest turns violent in southern Italy

There are 8 comments on the WHDH story from Sep 19, 2008, titled Immigrant protest turns violent in southern Italy. In it, WHDH reports that:

Hundreds of African immigrants took their anger over the alleged mafia killing of six Africans to the streets on Friday, hurling rocks and smashing windows in a town north of Naples.

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bobby

Thompson, CT

#1 Sep 24, 2008
omg
Italian_70

Senorbì, Italy

#2 Sep 26, 2008
They forgot to say those 6 africans were drug dealers and that is was a territory war against new nigerians and other african communities trying to steal territory to local mafias.....which are not very eager to let them do that.

All that said, we were better when we had only mafia and not immigrates....
palermogyal

Hamilton, Bermuda

#3 Oct 14, 2008
Honestly and Romanians makes it bad for other immigrants in Italy.
sofia

London, UK

#4 Oct 28, 2008
"All that said, we were better when we had only mafia and not immigrates.."

You know what, I hate it when people start blaming the immigrants, for it's country problems, better off, why would you be better off with a corrupted government system that no one is tackling. The country always it's problems with the mafia. Who have no idea how to run the country, so stop blaming the immigrates.
sofia

London, UK

#5 Oct 28, 2008
"All that said, we were better when we had only mafia and not immigrates.."

You know what, I hate it when people start blaming the immigrants, for it's country problems, better off, why would you be better off with a corrupted government system that no one is tackling. The country always had it's problems with the mafia. Who have no idea how to run the country, so stop blaming the immigrates.
firmus

Ellicott City, MD

#6 Oct 28, 2008
sofia wrote:
"All that said, we were better when we had only mafia and not immigrates.."
You know what, I hate it when people start blaming the immigrants, for it's country problems, better off, why would you be better off with a corrupted government system that no one is tackling. The country always had it's problems with the mafia. Who have no idea how to run the country, so stop blaming the immigrates.
for the most part italians have reached their limit with these illegals........they are putting a strain on the infrastructure and everybody is suffering for it.
Chris

Hayden, ID

#7 Nov 5, 2008
Criminals are criminals, doesn't matter if they are immigrants or not. It is this sort of reckless attitude that somehow immigrants deserve more leniency than others that is ruining Italy and indeed most of the world. Italy needs stricter laws regarding this. Those who oppose controlling illegals are haters themselves. They obviously hate their own country.
frank ny

Rockville Centre, NY

#8 Jan 6, 2010
no one ever bothered the blacks in italy over the years. but lately the ones that come to italy are bringing the criminal element and that is a hard fact. so if you live in a place that was for the most part peaceful (like i said most part ) and you see it change for the worst because of illegals that sucks most italains were very good to the blacks who lived there

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