AREZZO, Italy - An Italian policeman was sentenced to six years in prison on Tuesday for killing a Lazio supporter two years ago. Lazio fans in the Arezzo court reacted angrily to the verdict after prosecutors had asked for a 14-year sentence. Luigi Spaccarotella shot dead Gabriele Sandri at a service station following a scuffle between Lazio and Juventus fans in November 2007, prompting riots by Lazio supporters in Rome and a general crackdown on Italian hooliganism.
14 July 2009
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