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17 gen 2023
17 gen 2023

Faenza, minacce a un politico su Facebook. Denunciato

L’uomo, di 32 anni, si nascondeva dietro un profilo falso e ha attaccato un politico lombardo

17 gen 2023
A Twitter page is displayed on a laptop computer in Los Angeles October 13, 2009. Hollywood is increasingly relying on Twitter and Facebook to gauge popular buzz on movies even before they come out, in a move reflecting the power of average filmgoers over once-mighty film critics and detailed surveys. Picture taken October 13. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni   (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
A Twitter page is displayed on a laptop computer in Los Angeles October 13, 2009. Hollywood is increasingly relying on Twitter and Facebook to gauge popular buzz on movies even before they come out, in a move reflecting the power of average filmgoers over once-mighty film critics and detailed surveys. Picture taken October 13. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
A Twitter page is displayed on a laptop computer in Los Angeles October 13, 2009. Hollywood is increasingly relying on Twitter and Facebook to gauge popular buzz on movies even before they come out, in a move reflecting the power of average filmgoers over once-mighty film critics and detailed surveys. Picture taken October 13. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni   (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)
A Twitter page is displayed on a laptop computer in Los Angeles October 13, 2009. Hollywood is increasingly relying on Twitter and Facebook to gauge popular buzz on movies even before they come out, in a move reflecting the power of average filmgoers over once-mighty film critics and detailed surveys. Picture taken October 13. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT)

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