Investigations in to cars that possibly contributed to the death of late Inter ultra Daniele Belardinelli are to be suspended.
Several cars are under investigation but the whole process has been put on hold due to a request – which will now be examined by the judges heading the investigation – of a probationary incident presented by two Neapolitan lawyers who suggest a state Police car was possibly involved.
Belardinelli died in hospital as a result of injuries sustained in violent clashes prior to Inter’s match with Napoli on boxing day. It is understood that he was knocked down by one car before another passed over him which led to his death just hours later.
A number of prominent members of both Inter and Napoli’s ultra groups have been held in custody in connection with the violence that preceded further ugly events inside the ground. During the game – which Inter won 1-0 – Inter’s Curva Nord subjected Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly to racial abuse and Inter were punished with a stadium ban as a result.