VIA| There’s a frightening video coming out from a news report in Italy.
Italian TV reporter Francesca Parisella were doing a report on refugees arriving from Africa and sleeping outside the central terminal train station in Rome.
“Sleeping in the rough” is European terminology for homeless.
As she was reporting, she and her cameraman were assaulted by refugees.
From Biz Pac Review:
At that point, and within a minute of the beginning of the live broadcast, she and her crew were assaulted by the refugees.
“What’s happening, Francesca?” MATRIX anchor Nicola Porro asked as Parisella and her crew ran from the scene.
“They assaulted us, Nicola!” she managed to say while running.
Porro told Parisella to leave when her assailants apparently caught up with her.
“What do you want?” she shouted as she ran from the station. “What do you want? “You’re crazy!” and then she could be heard screaming.
Unable to do anything to help, Porro managed to say, “Oh God, Francesca, get out of there.”
Il Giornale reported that the reporter and the cameraman were able to escape with the help of a taxi driver. The reporter, Francesa Parisella, said in the report that they had been attacked and they grabbed her jacket before she was able to get away.
Typical news media, thinking they have the shield of being media and meaning well, but not getting that they’re in an unsafe situation.
Thankfully, they were able to get away.
But this is one of the thousands of issues resulting from migrants that are not being adequately addressed or resolved.