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    Roberto Adinolfi, Italian Nuclear Firm CEO, Shot In Genoa

    I dont care what political persuasion you are this violence has to be condemned by all. There is no way to protect oneself from sniper drivebys like this...Events like this can ruin many peoples lives having them fearful of leaving their home....THERE IS NEVER A REASON TO COMMIT VIOLENCE like this.

    Unidentified gunmen on a motorbike shot the chief executive of an Italian nuclear engineering company in the leg on Monday, police said, in an incident reminiscent of politically motivated violence that raged in the country in the 1970s and 1980s.


    Roberto Adinolfi, chief executive of Ansaldo Nucleare - majority owned by Italian defense conglomerate Finmeccanica - was shot outside his house in Genoa in northern Italy, police and judicial sources told Reuters.
    Two men on a black Yamaha motorbike wearing helmets fired three shots, fracturing Adinolfi's right knee. He was not in a serious condition, the sources said.
    Shooting people in the legs was a trademark practice of the Red Brigades, a left-wing guerrilla group that carried out a campaign of murder and kidnapping aimed at destabilizing Italy in the 1970s and 1980s and known as "the years of lead".


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    Re: Roberto Adinolfi, Italian Nuclear Firm CEO, Shot In Genoa

    Jesus, those guys are desperate.
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    Re: Roberto Adinolfi, Italian Nuclear Firm CEO, Shot In Genoa

    Quote Originally Posted by Jredbaron96 View Post
    Jesus, those guys are desperate.
    They are terrorist punks...and should be treated accordingly

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    Re: Roberto Adinolfi, Italian Nuclear Firm CEO, Shot In Genoa

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    I dont care what political persuasion you are this violence has to be condemned by all. There is no way to protect oneself from sniper drivebys like this...Events like this can ruin many peoples lives having them fearful of leaving their home....THERE IS NEVER A REASON TO COMMIT VIOLENCE like this.

    Unidentified gunmen on a motorbike shot the chief executive of an Italian nuclear engineering company in the leg on Monday, police said, in an incident reminiscent of politically motivated violence that raged in the country in the 1970s and 1980s.


    Roberto Adinolfi, chief executive of Ansaldo Nucleare - majority owned by Italian defense conglomerate Finmeccanica - was shot outside his house in Genoa in northern Italy, police and judicial sources told Reuters.
    Two men on a black Yamaha motorbike wearing helmets fired three shots, fracturing Adinolfi's right knee. He was not in a serious condition, the sources said.
    Shooting people in the legs was a trademark practice of the Red Brigades, a left-wing guerrilla group that carried out a campaign of murder and kidnapping aimed at destabilizing Italy in the 1970s and 1980s and known as "the years of lead".


    Roberto Adinolfi, Italian Nuclear Firm CEO, Shot In Genoa

    Why isn't this interpreted as a protest against Nuclear power? With the "sword of Damocles" named Fukushima hanging over our collective heads it seems logical. The powerless use terrorism because it is their only alternative. Politics is owned and operated by Big Money worldwide and the voting booth has failed to correct shortcomings. I think it was really nice they only shot him in the leg. It would appear to me that it is the alternative that might work in the USA since the Nuke Korporations own the NRC and work against the public interest. Let me see, 2012, Romney VS. Obama. Does this represent the majority of the citizenry or does everyone protest that they have no input in the process? The banksters got input. AIG got input. Goldman Sachs got input. JPMorganChase got input. Exxon/Mobil got input. Joe Plumber got jack chit. That be a small piece of paper to clean his fingernail after he take a crap.

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    Re: Roberto Adinolfi, Italian Nuclear Firm CEO, Shot In Genoa

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    Why isn't this interpreted as a protest against Nuclear power? With the "sword of Damocles" named Fukushima hanging over our collective heads it seems logical. The powerless use terrorism because it is their only alternative. Politics is owned and operated by Big Money worldwide and the voting booth has failed to correct shortcomings. I think it was really nice they only shot him in the leg. It would appear to me that it is the alternative that might work in the USA since the Nuke Korporations own the NRC and work against the public interest. Let me see, 2012, Romney VS. Obama. Does this represent the majority of the citizenry or does everyone protest that they have no input in the process? The banksters got input. AIG got input. Goldman Sachs got input. JPMorganChase got input. Exxon/Mobil got input. Joe Plumber got jack chit. That be a small piece of paper to clean his fingernail after he take a crap.
    Oh great. Another DF rant.
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    "The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries" - Winston Churchill

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    Re: Roberto Adinolfi, Italian Nuclear Firm CEO, Shot In Genoa

    Quote Originally Posted by Proud South Korean View Post
    Oh great. Another DF rant.
    Whassamatter? Didn't you get your chit?

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