Police reported Giulianova Mayor Jwan Costantini, Italy, to the prosecutor’s office, RadioSpada.org (March 27) writes.
Costantini’s crime: a March 25 consecration of his town to Our Lady at the sanctuary Madonna dello Splendore (video).
When the police arrived, there were four town representatives, Costantini included, five priests and three journalists – twelve in all - in the spacious church.
Such gatherings are forbidden in Italy under the coronavirus regime.
Even for a private service? In a Catholic country? Still... the prosecutor who pursues this case is committing political suicide. ;-)