20 ultras arrested from Zaragoza for a fight with Racing fans

first_imgAfter giving a statement to the judicial authority, the detainees were released with charges for alleged crimes of tumultuarial quarrel, public disorders and hate.The sources cited consider that the recorded events were “clearly circumscribed” to the sports rivalry between ultra groups of both teams that work with “great violence” in the different scenarios they visit and that previously agree, through the networks, the fights.These sources add that the arrests are a “hard blow” to the “more active and violent” part of the group of ultras of Real Zaragoza. National Police agents have arrested twenty members of the ultra group “Ligallo Fondo Norte” of Real Zaragoza for their participation in a fight tumultuaria registered on December 14 with members of the “Verdiblancas Youth” of Racing de Santander.According to the General Directorate of the Police, the fight took place at 4.30 pm in an area between Andrés Gay Campo and Alava streets of the Aragonese capital, in the moments before the celebration of the match between Zaragoza and Racing.The investigations carried out by agents of the Research Group of the Higher Police Headquarters of Aragon allowed the identification and subsequent detention for these events of about twenty members of the Ligallo North Fund between 18 and 32 years.last_img