Gay Blasphemy Legislation: Catholic Publisher Sentenced for Things He Didn’t Write

A court in Como, Italy, sentenced Piergiorgio Seveso, the editor of RadioSpada.org – a Catholic news-webpage founded in Milan in June 2012 - on 17 September to two months in prison.

Seveso is accused of two (!) reader comments criticising the homosex mafia. They were online in February 2017 on RadioSpada.org.

In April 2018, Italian police searched the Cermenate office of RadioSpada.org on behalf of the Como prosecutor's office and put Seveso "under investigation."

They acted on a complaint from Francesco Spano, a militant homosexual, member of the neo-communist Democratic Party, and former director of the notorious Unar (National Anti-Discrimination Office), a homosex thought police.

Spano resigned from his post after he was accused of giving public money to homosex associations that organised paid homosexual encounters, including a club of which Spano was a member.

According to Italian law, the owner of a site is responsible for comments written by users only if it is proven that he knew about the comments and, warned, did not remove them.

Seveso was unaware of those comments among so many other comments and was never asked to remove them. He will appeal against the Gaystapo ruling.
"...a militant homosexual, member of the neo-communist Democratic Party "-which apparenlty controls the courts of Italy. Stay classy, EU. :P
In light of Vladimir Putin’s recent comments condemning homosexuals, maybe the Leonine prayers should be said for the conversion of Italy, rather than Russia.
P. O'B
Heck, before he goes to jail, I hope he does write something which is really offensive to homosexuals.
atreverse pensar
We have to quote Romans 1 whatever they say.
atreverse pensar
And wich comments where?
De Profundis
Extravagant moustache and clothing of Piergiorgio Seveso
Piergiorgio Gabriele Seveso
Thanks for the "extravagant": surely extravagant but integral roman catholic. To see more this is my Fb profile Log in or sign up to view