General Vannacci probed over anti-gay book

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12/04/2023

General Roberto Vannacci was notified on Monday that he is under investigation over a anti-gay book that he recently self-published and has become a best-seller. The general was given the notification after arriving at the Army’s Rome headquarters to prepare for a new role he has been assigned and immediately took a leave of absence of one month for “family reasons”, the sources said. Vannacci has been hailed as a hero by the anti-politically correct lobby in Italy over his book, which also slated Jews, feminists, environmentalists and migrants. At the weekend he was named army ground operation forces chief of staff after being sacked as head of the military geographical institute in August after the release of the book.

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