In Italy a group of left-wing guerrillas has announced the start of a terror campaign against Fiat, the country's largest company.
GV EXTERIOR Church in Turin
SV Long FIAT banner held by crowds of mourners (3 SHOTS)
CU Wreath sent by Fiat employees group (2 SHOTS)
GV Police walking to take up posts
SV Notice on wall of church of Ghiglieno funeral
SV Coffin being carried out from church and placed in hearse (3 SHOTS)
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Background: In Italy a group of left-wing guerrillas has announced the start of a terror campaign against Fiat, the country's largest company. The guerrillas belong to the "Front Line" movement, who have claimed responsibility for the murder on Friday (21 September) of Fiat official Carlo Ghiglieno, buried on Monday (24 September) in Turin.
SYNOPSIS: Signor Ghiglieno's funeral took place just a few miles from where he was murdered. It was attended by large numbers of employees from the Fiat plant where he worked as a senior planner. Fifty-one-year-old Signor Ghiglieno was gunned down outside his home on Friday (21 September) by four masked gunmen.
Police security at the funeral was tight. The group claiming responsibility for the killing - the Front Line - have told the official Italian news agency that they plan to murder more top men in Fiat. Signor Ghiglieno's killing, they said, was the first act in a campaign of proletarian terror" against the company.