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Soccer: Five more IDed for racist chants against AC Milan

Suspected of inciting racial hatred

Soccer: Five more IDed for racist chants against AC Milan

Milan, January 4 - Another five people were identified Friday as allegedly having taken part in the racist chants that caused AC Milan's friendly at fourth-tier side Pro Patria to be abandoned. Police said surveillance footage and testimony from another suspect cited Friday led to their identification. Milan players walked off after racist jeers were directed at black players Kevin Prince Boateng, 'Baye Niang, Urby Emanuelson and Sulley Muntari during Thursday's match at Busto Arsizio, north of Milan. The suspects, who are members of a group of Pro Patria fans, are being questioned for allegedly breaking a special Italian law against inciting racial hatred. Police said they were roughly 20 years old and were not right-wing extremists.

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