(ANSA) – SALERNO, AUGUST 24 – Further scientific investigations will be needed to be able to recognize the body of Ciro Palmieri, the 43-year-old baker killed in Giffoni Valle Piana (Salerno). In fact, during the day, an autopsy was carried out at the morgue of the Battipaglia hospital but the coroners (Gabriele Casaburi appointed by the Salerno Public Prosecutor’s Office, Giovanni Zotti for the offended party and Luigi Mastrangelo for the three suspects) found themselves in front of a body in an advanced state of decomposition and, therefore, no longer recognizable. At the end of the unrepeatable examination, therefore, it was not possible to free the body to allow Palmieri’s family to celebrate the funeral. You will first have to wait for the outcome of the DNA test that will be carried out by the Ris of Rome.
From the autopsy, the lesion in the right tibia, amputated after the murder, would have clearly emerged. For the Public Prosecutor of Salerno, in fact, the baker was killed on July 29 by his wife Monica Milite, by his twenty-year-old son Massimiliano and by the 15-year-old third son. At the height of a quarrel, as emerged from the video surveillance cameras in the house, they would have stabbed his father with dozens of stabs. Then they would have amputated his leg and abandoned the body on a cliff, along the provincial road 25 that connects Giffoni Valle Piana to Serino (Avellino). On the evening of July 30 Monica Milite went to the carabinieri to report the disappearance of her husband. But the military, from the beginning, had doubts about that version and decided to go through with it. The acquisition of the images – which in part were already overwritten – made it possible to discover the atrocious truth that emerged last August 20 with the arrest of the three suspects and the recovery of the body. The murder, according to some witnesses, would have matured in a family context of violence and strong discomfort. (HANDLE).
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