Piazza Fontana The Italian Conspiracy
Milan, December 12, 1969. A huge bomb explosion at the Banca Nazionale dell’Agricoltura branch in Piazza Fontana causes the death of 17 and wounds 88. Police Captain Luigi Calabresi believes that anarchists were behind the massacre and many other similar attacks. The investigation leads to several arrests and more suspects, but one suspect mysteriously falls out a window at the police station. Was it suicide, or was he pushed? Calabresi is publicly held responsible for this tragedy but continues his investigation into the bombing. His leads take him to several cities, uncovering a universe of neo-Nazi organizations ready to carry out sensational, destabilizing attacks and revealing their ties to powerful NATO officials and other organization. Calabresi was murdered in front of his home on May 17, 1972.