Antonio Annarumma

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Antonio Annarumma (10 January 1947, Monteforte Irpino – 19 November 1969, Milan) was an Italian policeman, considered to be the first victim of the Years of Lead, a period of social and political upheaval in Italy.

During the disorders of far-left peoples of lyrical theatre, in Milan, Annarumma was hit by an iron tube, according to the court inquiry. After his death his vehicle without guidance hit another police officer.[1] Students believe it is the accident which killed him, but but this claim was repudiated by the medical examination.[2]

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  1. ^ http://www.cadutipolizia.it/fonti/1943-1981/1969annarumma.htm
  2. ^ Montanelli, Indro; Mario Cervi (1991). L'Italia degli anni di piombo. Milan, Lombardy, Italy: Rizzoli Editore.