League Senator cleared of defaming gay group on appeal

Weird Italy f58ed575b771523c45431f23f0cdc94e League Senator cleared of defaming gay group on appeal What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – PERUGIA, FEB 15 – League Senator Simone Pillon,
known
for his ultra conservative pro-life, pro-family and anti-gay
stances, was cleared on appeal Monday of defaming Perugia gay
group Omphalos LGBTI by saying their initiatives in schools were
a front for “initiating” them into gay sex.
    At the first instance trial almost two years ago, Pillon was
fined 1,500 euros ordered to pay Omphalos 30,000 euros in
damages for the allegation, made before he became a Senator.
    The Senator for the far-right nationalist League claimed
Omphalos was pushing a gay agenda in schools and trying to
assert gender theory. (ANSA).
   

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