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Woman dead in Trieste: brother files memory, she was killed

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(ANSA) – TRIESTE, 11 FEB – Sergio Serinovich, the brother of Liliana, the 63-year-old woman who disappeared from home on 14 December and whose body was found on 5 January in the San Giovanni Park, sent a document in which he claims that, according to him, his sister would not have committed suicide but would have been killed. This was revealed by the TriestePrima website, indicating that the investigators on the matter maintain the utmost confidentiality and that the document would be sent via Pec this afternoon.

The memory, which was put on record, follows a similar document also deposited by the woman’s friend, Claudio Sterpin, containing the same convictions.

Both Liliana’s brother and Sterpin since the woman’s disappearance have repeatedly expressed the idea that the affair is a murder.

This morning the non-repeatable tests on some finds found on the woman’s body were scheduled in the laboratories of the Scientific Police of Milan, from underwear to keys, from the bottle found next to the body to the examination under the nails, up to an elastic glove and a lanyard found on the spot. However, the results are not yet ready. (HANDLE).

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