An Italian policeman has been charged with murder following the shooting of a Lazio fan.
The incident happened last Sunday when police intervened to break up a clash between rival football supporters at a motorway service station.
Lazio fan Gabriele Sandri, 26, was shot dead as police attempted to break up the violence. Authorities described the incident at the time as a 'tragic mistake'.
However, Luigi Spaccarotella - the policeman responsible for the shooting of Sandri - has now been charged with Sandri's murder.
"It is an unforgivable act because the gun is a last resort," said chief prosecutor Ennio Di Cicco.
Asked whether he would accuse Spaccarotella of murder instead of manslaughter, Di Cicco said: "It's a given".