Angiolina Mariano Ciavatta, the mother of Francesco Ciavatta, one of the two victims of the Acca Larenzia massacre which took place in Rome on 7 January 1978, died. he and another young activist of the Youth Front, Franco Bigonzetti, murdered in front of the headquarters of the Italian Social Movement in via Acca Larenzia, in the Tuscolano district, in Rome. The two were leaving the section together with three other militants, when they were hit by the shots of various automatic weapons fired by a group of fire made up of five or six people. Bigonzetti, twenty years old enrolled in the first year of the faculty of medicine and surgery, was killed instantly. Ciavatta, wounded, tried to escape along the staircase that runs alongside the entrance to the headquarters but, chased by the attackers, was hit again in the back and died in an ambulance. “Francesco’s mother has joined her son in the warrior’s paradise. Honor to you, Angiolina “, reads the Facebook page” Acca Larenzia “. Angiolina’s funeral will be held tomorrow at 4 pm in Montagano, the small town in the province of Campobasso from which the Ciavatta family came and in whose cemetery already rest Franco Ciavatta and his father Antonio, who took his own life in despair two years after the massacre.