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    Woman who died in Trieste: Prosecutor, did not take substances

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    (ANSA) – TRIESTE, MARCH 22 – Liliana Resinovich, the woman who disappeared from Trieste on December 14 and whose body was found in a grove in the park of the former psychiatric hospital of San Giovanni, did not take “xenobiotic substances, drugs and drugs, which may have caused death “. This was established by the in-depth toxicological examination ordered by the Trieste Public Prosecutor’s Office, the results of which were filed yesterday.

    “The toxicological determinations on the various biological matrices delivered to the laboratory do not show” not even “concentrations that may have contributed to an altered unconscious psychophysical state”.

    Therefore – reads a note signed by the chief prosecutor Antonio De Nicolo – the investigative framework has not changed.

    In any case, the further investigation activities entrusted to the Flying Squad of the Trieste Police Headquarters and to the competent scientific branches of the Police continue.

    In detail, during the toxicological examination, to search for the possible presence of drugs, immunochemical analyzes were carried out on blood and urine, the result of which was negative “. In addition,” to increase the capacity of investigation we proceeded with more sophisticated analyzes and a wider range of research “for hundreds of substances. It was therefore found the presence of substances, which Liliana Resinovich” had taken during a meal, presumably breakfast (caffeine, theobromine, raisins) ” , and “probably some multivitamins, and an aspirin and a tachipirina, traces of which were found only in the urine.” The result of the search for particular synthetic substances (new psychoactive substances) was also negative. (ANSA).

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