Two days left until the end of the Copa Libertadores de Amrica inter Plate River and Juniors Mouth. The decision of Conmebol move the Superclassic a Madrid It seems to be a good decision with regard to security. That is Spain, so far, they have shown that they will not give pressure to the violent bars or those violent fans. After deported Maximiliano Mazzaro (existence of "The 12", one of the factions of the Xeneize), the justice of the European country will do the same with the Millionaire's delinquent.
This is Christian Ghisletti, who was arrested at the Barajas Airport. Tonight, the Band's brave bar will be deported to Argentina since the protagonist has a criminal record and is not allowed to enter our country's sporting places. It is expected that in the following hours this action will be repeated with ten more people.
In June 2007, Christian – along with other references from Rivero's bar brave – was involved in the "Battle of the Quinchos", a fact of violence that took place in the Monumental Stadium. Everything existed because there is a wild inside among some people who were part of the group called "The Drunkards of the Board". In that battle there were many shots and, as a result, three involved were charged (Ghisletti was one of them). Months later, the individuals gave an investigative statement and, shortly after, they were processed with mild injuries in the river.
The purpose of the security operation in Spain is to prevent incidents between the "heavy weights" of each club. Therefore, the immigration authorities have taken the resolution to prevent the entry into Madrid to those people who have a history of sporting events. "The deported has legal regulation, can be deported to those that the law dictates, in cases such as Maximiliano Mazzaro or Christian Ghisletti can be deported," said José Manuel Rodrguez Uribes, a delegate from the Government of the Spanish capital.
Until now, the situation in Madrid seems to be headed for the right direction. Serafn Giraldo, Polish spokesman of Espaa, anticipated that cases such as those of Mazzaro and Ghisletti will take place: "One thing is that they can leave their country, but another must let them enter Spain." We usually deal with this class of fans. "