(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.
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).