Assizes appeal to Ancona. Defense, it wasn’t murder

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 Assizes appeal to Ancona. Defense, it wasn't murder


(ANSA) – ANCONA, OCTOBER 16 – The hearing of the trial in the Court of Assizes of appeal for the murder of Pamela Mastropietro, an 18-year-old Roman killed and torn to pieces in Macerata on 30 January 2018, is underway in Ancona walked away from a therapeutic community the day before. At first instance Innocent Oseghale, 32, a Nigerian pusher, was sentenced to life in prison for voluntary murder aggravated by sexual violence, insult and concealment of a corpse; the attorney general asked for confirmation of the sentence. The verdict could come in the afternoon.


Pamela: Assizes the appeal in Ancona. Defense, it wasn't murder


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Pamela: Assizes the appeal in Ancona. Defense, it wasn’t murder



Pamela: Assizes the appeal in Ancona. Defense, it wasn't murder


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Pamela: Assizes the appeal in Ancona. Defense, it wasn’t murder


The accused, who will make spontaneous statements today, claims that he did not kill Pamela, that she died of a heroin overdose but admits to having dismembered her body, abandoned in two trolleys on the side of a road. The defense – avv. Simone Matraxia and Umberto Gramenzi – argues that the vitality of the two knife wounds is not proven, ie that the girl was already dead; he reiterated the request for a forensic expert opinion (and histochemical analyzes) to clarify this “decisive” element. (HANDLE).

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