¶ In Milan one issue of the Mussolini family newspaper, Il Popolo d' Italia, was sequestered, last week, by the Fascist censor, because it contained a "sensational" story headed:
WOUNDS HIS FIANCEE AND
KILLS SELF IN FATHER'S
In Italy it is forbidden to publish sensational stories. Said the Editor of Il Popolo, Arnaldo Mussolini, brother of Benito: "We have been justly sequestered. We are the first to admit it."
Observers considered the sequestration a "plant," designed to strengthen the Censor's position when he moves to sequester other newspapers. The sensational story, it was explained, was inserted in Il Popolo by irresponsible underlings "late one night,...