AIDS outlaws

di Lasplassas, Lorenzo
October 1995
Advocate;10/3/95, Issue 691, p23
Features Italy's AIDS gang, which uses thievery to raise awareness about the nation's lack of services for people with HIV. Gang members; Crimes committed by the gang; AIDS affliction of members; Police helplessness in stopping the gang; Objections from some politicians; Creation of specialized centers for AIDS patients; Beginnings of a life of crime.


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