I first saw the documentary version of "escadrons de la mort" by Marie-Monique Robin and thought the concept of research, passing as a right-wing historian in order to study them and get them to brag about what they did, to be bold, dangerous, and surprisingly effective. This is a previous documentary from the 1990's about the beginning of the low-intensity civil war in italy in the 1970's, and it's tipping point when the strategy of the tension started to kill people, with the history of the piazza fontana in december 1969, going back to most of the actors of the time, including the hiden backstage, like the deputy director of CIA based in italy at the time, and it showed disturbing results, but pretty good to learn about the anticommunist & neofascist movements in europe after the second world war.
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