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“A never black person has never been seen to obtain full marks” and “has never been seen to become a lawyer”, these are but just a few of the following sentences on anonymous letters that the father of a 14-year-old from Pisa has delivered to the police.

The girl, a victim of discrimination, is considered to be one of the best students of the class by the teachers, and it was to coincide with the issue of the reports that the young girl began to receive insults from her his companions. In total there were six letters, four of which were written on the computer and two by hand.

Right of law is one of the subjects where she received the highest mark, because as the young girl herself explains she would like to become a lawyer in future.”Unfortunately we have not yet managed to identify the perpetrators of this terrible episode that is much more than a simple child-game-explained the principal-we are convinced that at least two people are reponsible for the act and if we find them out we will punish them severelyver the punishharshly, and even fail them”.

The school prinicipal explained how the investigations had started in April, since the first insults and racist notes had been written. Teachers had spoken in the classroom in an effort to better understand who could have acted against the girl. After a month, however, the culprit has not been identified, even though it is believed that there are more culprits. “The punishments must be exemplary-reiterated the principal-Two notes were handwritten and through an expert’s report prepared by Attorney on the handwriting, it will be possible to figure out who it was that wrote them”.

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