An Italian farmer was killed by a Pakistani migrant while attempting to stop him from leaving a heavily-quarantined Italian “red zone.”
Sixty-nine year old Emilio Maggiacomo was working on his vineyard situated in the hills of Latina, part of the Fondi province. The province has been on a complete lockdown – not allowing any traffic in or out – since March 19th due to the death toll of the novel coronavirus felt especially hard across Italy.
According to reports, a 44 year old Pakistani national who was “known to the police and involved in drug trafficking” stumbled upon Maggiacomo’s farm while attempting to leave the city despite the lockdown. Maggiacomo informed the man it wouldn’t be possible to leave the city and nor should he.
But no good deed goes unpunished.
In response, the man became aggressive, hurling “insults,” prompting Maggiacomo to call his son asking him to alert the police. When police finally showed up, he was found dead, clenching the foreigner’s health card. The Carabinieri and the police easily tracked down the suspect and are currently interrogating him.
It’s a casualty at the hands of the European Union’s disastrous mixture of open borders and unrestricted immigration policies.