According to our information, the four Italian supporters arrested after the PSG-Juventus match (2-1) on Tuesday in Champions League were released from custody last night. Two are sent back to the Paris Criminal Court on November 23, one (aged 19) for “racial slurs”the other (aged 52), for “racial insults and apology for crimes against humanity”. The other two benefited from a classification without further action.
Spotted on videos
The four were arrested by the police on Tuesday at the end of the match. They have been spotted on videos some of which quickly circulated on social networks. In the Parc des Princes visitor parking lot, reserved that evening for Juventus Turin supporters, you could see and hear individuals shouting monkey cries, while others held out their arms in what sounded like fascist salutes. or Nazis. To the investigators, the four arrested denounced “provocations of Parisian supporters” which they would have answered.
In a press release, three associations, including SOS racism, announced their intention to take legal action.