(ANSA) – TRIESTE, 04 JUL – Ale Gomolj, the 49-year-old man from Koper (Slovenia) who last February 5 crossed the overtaking lane of the Trieste motorway junction (RA13) in the wrong direction, colliding with another car , led by a woman of Romanian origin, Hutu Parashiva, who died charred in the impact, is mentally ill. The newspaper Il Piccolo writes it, reporting the outcome of the psychiatric assessment of Lucio Di Gennaro, consultant appointed by the Gip of the Court of Trieste Marco Casavecchia.
The appraisal had been ordered in the context of an evidentiary incident. After the accident, the Slovenian citizen was investigated by the prosecutor Matteo Tripani for murder.
In the report we read, Il Piccolo always writes, that “at the time of the commission of the crime Ale Gomolj was in conditions such as to preclude the ability to understand or want”, concluding that the person “is to be considered socially dangerous if he was not under certain psychopharmacological treatment “. The man, who has suffered from schizophrenia for years and is deemed incompatible with prison, is currently hospitalized in psychiatry but could, if subjected to adequate therapy, consciously follow a process.
The victim was expected to marry soon with Sergio Cotoloni, from Trieste, the city where she was headed at the time of the accident.
In addition to the murder, resistance to a public official is also contested in Gomolj. (HANDLE).