(ANSA) – TRIESTE, FEBRUARY 15 – The controversy with acts, memories and denunciations does not subside, poisonous aftermath of the story of Liliana Resinovich, the woman who disappeared from home on 14 December and whose body was found on 5 December next in the grove of San Giovanni. Yesterday, as reported by the newspaper Il Piccolo, Piergiorgio Visintin, the son of Sebastiano, husband of Liliana, came to the police station to make spontaneous statements and defend his position, claiming that he had never asked for money either from his father or from Liliana.
Piergiorgio Visintin would have told the investigators of the Flying Squad that he had not seen his father’s wife for three years, and that he had sporadic relations with Sebastiano himself, his father. Above all, he never asked for money.
Both Liliana’s brother, Sergio Resinovich, and Liliana’s friend, Claudio Sterpin, have sent to the Prosecutor’s Office – and reiterated in subsequent direct interviews or through a lawyer – memories which affirm the belief that Liliana would not have committed suicide but would been killed. Alleged disagreements have also been reported between Liliana herself and her husband Sebastiano, also caused by economic reasons.
Sebastiano Visintin had two children – one is Piergiorgio – from a previous relationship. (HANDLE).
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