Italian police intercepted bullets in threatening letters sent to the Deputy Prime Minister

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 Italian police intercepted bullets in threatening letters sent to the Deputy Prime Minister


On July 11, local time, Italian police said that a post office in Florence discovered and intercepted an anonymous letter sent to Vice Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, Salvini, containing a bullet. Police are now investigating this.

Florence police immediately dispatched police to the scene to check the letters. After a preliminary investigation, the police found a 22-caliber bullet wrapped in tin paper in the anonymous letter. The recipient is Salvini, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior of Italy. The police identified the intercepted anonymous letter as a threatening letter against Salvini. According to reports, 10 local time, Florence Cesto Fiorentino Mail Processing Center, in the process of mail and package security checks, found that an anonymous letter sent to the capital Rome has many suspicions, including bullet-like metal articles. Mail processing center staff immediately called the police to report the case.

In response to the bullet threat letter incident, Salvini Twitter said that more than 100 death threats and threats had been received or intercepted since he became Italian Minister of the Interior. Obviously, all this shows that the Italian police have made remarkable achievements in combating crime, touching on the foundation and interests of some organized criminal groups, etc.

Salvini emphasized that no threat or threat could change his belief and determination, but strengthened his courage and strength in fighting crime. The Italian police force will continue to spare no effort to combat all kinds of criminal activities, eradicate all evils and maintain social stability and security.

Source: Luo Chongwei_NB12082, Responsible Editor of CNN