My daughter killed by her brother, the state denies us the truth
(ANSA) – GENOA, AUGUST 07 – The mother of Alice Scagni, the 34-year-old woman killed by her brother Alberto, 42, on the evening of 1 May last in Genoa, wrote to the prosecutor of the Ligurian capital a hard letter in which he asked to divulge the phone calls in which family members asked for help to treat Alberto. The letter was entrusted to the XIX Century and to La Stampa.
“I have seen in an overbearing and ruthless way the disease arise in Alberto and progress in an inexorable way fueled by the love he had for his sister with whom he had always had a special relationship. I tried in all the ways I knew to stem that disease that frightened me more and more until I no longer recognized my son. We looked for help in the institutions. We came across a cold and ignorant bureaucracy. Indolent but arrogant in its repeated and lazy refusal to take on its role of guarantee and help towards citizens in difficulty “, writes Antonella Zarri, mother of Alice and Alberto.
“We asked who had and had the power to stop him and cure him. Those phone calls were recorded and are in the file. Why are you denying them?” The prosecutor replies: “We will give the files later. Now the investigation is on other aspects”. (HANDLE).
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