“A terrible day, which a boy would never want to think about. Unfortunately I suffered a lot in my life, but the worst thing was that I had to shoot. I was a carabiniere”. For example, Mario Placanica was interviewed by the director of Adnkronos Gian Marco Chiocci during the conference entitled ‘From the G8 in Genoa to Rome. The odyssey of the uniformed victims is underway in Catanzaro, in the Lido Santafè.
Visibly tried, Placanica recalled the tragic event “that happened to two boys, two young boys. But – he said – I worked for the state, Carlo certainly did not demonstrate in favor of the Carabinieri”.
“The weapon is a flame that never went out in me,” he added.
“We tried to talk to Giuliano,” said the former carabiniere, referring to Carlo Giuliani’s father. “I have apologized not as a murderer, but as a person who suffered trauma in the service,” Placanica added.