Last week, in Rome, American students L. E. Finnegan and C. G. Natale Hjort stabbed a police officer 11 times. The officer died upon arrival in the hospital. Both well-heeled students went to Trastevere to score cocaine. They were under the influence of alcohol. They had bought the WWII army knife they used to stab the police officer in Rome.
D. Nascetti, president of local association "Vivere Trastevere", explains Trastevere's 2 types of colonisation: "American students, who rent entire buildings and consume large quantities of alcohol, and Bengalese." The latter are cheap labour in Trastevere's tourist industry.