New doubts and new suspicions emerge about the disappearance of Laura Ziliani, a 55-year-old ex-vigilante whose traces have been lost since 7 and 05 on 8 May. That day she would leave her holiday home in Val Camonica to go walking. The only two investigated by the Brescia Public Prosecutor’s Office at the moment are two of his daughters, Silvia and Paola Zani, aged 27 and 19. The oldest and youngest of Laura’s three daughters. To make the investigators suspicious, first of all, the cell phone that the woman would have left at home that day before going out. One wonders how this was possible, given that Ziliani had a daughter with a severe form of autism – the second child – who was constantly calling her on her cell phone.
The 55-year-old’s cell phone was found, to be precise, in the cellar used as a cloakroom where she kept her hiking shoes. Another element that does not return to the story concerns the story of the eldest daughter Silvia. The girl, as reported Republic, had recorded that his mother, on the morning of the disappearance, before 7 am he was looking at his smartphone. So far there would be nothing unusual. The problem, however, is that Laura Ziliani’s phone it was found to be inactive since the night before, Friday 7 May. This would be the first inconsistency detected by the police.
Another inaccuracy lies in the words of the other daughter, Paola. The 19-year-old said she saw her mother leave the house. In particular, he would have seen her walking down the hall. From bed. However, both the cell phone and the woman’s watch were found in the cellar-cloakroom on the ground floor. Meanwhile, a friend of Ziliani excludes suicide: “I see it really difficult. The day before Laura had ordered ten mattresses for the B & b. She was happy and couldn’t wait to finish the work”. The former security guard, in fact, was doing the work in a sky-earth building in Temù. The house of the woman and her daughters is now under seizure. And the Ris will probably come to inspect it.