The arrests of 6 of the 7 ultras accused of the clashes on the occasion of the Napoli-Eintracht match have been validated. This morning the eighth arrested convicted.
The three German fans and one of the Neapolitans arrested for the clashes that took place in Naples on the occasion of the Champions League match against Eintracht remain in prison: the judge ordered the precautionary measure for them. Altogether 8 were arrested (three Germans and 5 Neapolitans), one of these was judged for summary judgment and convicted.
Today the investigating judge Leda Rossetti it validated the arrest for 6 of the remaining 7 (for the seventh the circumstantial gravity was excluded and no precautionary measures were ordered against him). The judge ordered house arrest for two Napoli fans. Pre-trial detention has been decided for the three Germans and another of the Neapolitan ultras and they therefore remain in prison. The Neapolitan fans are all defended by the lawyer Emile Coppolawhile Eintracht supporters arrested by lawyers John Adami, Daniel Tuffali, Simone Bonaldi And Serena Improta. The German citizens, explained the lawyer Tuffali to Fanpage.it, will all stay in the same cell and they will be escorted during the hour of air to avoid attacks from other inmates.
The last of the 8 arrested, a 32-year-old Neapolitan, was judged this morning for express traffic and was sentenced to two years and 6 months’ imprisonment: he is held responsible for throwing stones at two buses carrying German fans in via Medina, in the center of Naples.
The 8 fans were arrested on Wednesday, following the clashes that had occurred in Naples, in Piazza del Gesu before the match and, after the match, in the seafront area, near the hotel where the Frankfurt supporters were staying. This morning the Quaestor issued the Daspo for 5 Germans who took part in the procession and clashes in Piazza del Gesù: they will not be able to attend football matches for three years.