(ANSA) – TRIESTE, 16 JAN – The body of Liliana Resinovich, the woman who disappeared from home on 14 December and whose body was found on 5 January in the grove of the former psychiatric hospital of San Giovanni, may be buried but not cremated. This was established by the Public Prosecutor of Trieste, explaining that the case has not yet been resolved and that, if further investigation or further examinations on the body were to be necessary to ascertain the truth of the affair, the body could be exhumed.
After the CT scan and the autopsy, the prosecutor in charge of the investigations, Maddalena Chergia, granted the authorization to allow the funeral and subsequently the burial. Meanwhile, the outcome of the toxicological tests is awaited, which would take many days on the organic material taken from the body and those on the objects found on him, which the Scientific Police are working on. No hypothesis was excluded on the causes of death.
Meanwhile, Il Piccolo yesterday published the contents of a letter that the woman’s brother, Sergio Resinovich, would have sent through his lawyers Luigi Fadalti and Francesco Furlan of the Court of Treviso, to her husband, Sebastiano Visintin, who however denied, asking that the body be buried and not cremated, as evidently the spouse would have preferred. Between the two there would be numerous differences of opinion.
Visintin allegedly told Piccolo that he “never talked about cremation” and that, instead, “a normal funeral must be held”. The funeral should take place privately in the parish church of San Giovanni Decollato, the district where Liliana Resinovich lived with her husband. (HANDLE).
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