They had set up a maxi chat attended by over a hundred people. The aim was to signal checkpoints to avoid running into fines and suspension of the license if he had raised his elbow during the evening. In 49 under investigation but the judge closes. Here because
GENOA – Forming a WhatsApp group to alert participants of law enforcement checkpoints is not a crime and there is no public service outage. As for the invectives and insults that flowed in chat against carabinieri and policemen, for the law they are not cowardice. This is what the judge said for preliminary investigations Luisa Avanzino who closed the investigation which saw 49 boys from the Scrivia Valley investigated.
The boys had set up a maxi chat attended by over a hundred people. The aim was to signal checkpoints to avoid running into fines and suspension of the license if he had raised his elbow during the evening. The reports, in some cases, were accompanied by epithets and insults. According to the investigating judge, however, the creation of the group would not have “led to any alteration of the service that has always been carried out regularly, given the number of road users and the limited number of participants in the chat anyway”. For the judge, moreover, there would be no ‘public’ vilification given the “closed character of the chat and therefore of the conversation”.