Corpse in a suitcase in Rome, hypothesis of death from overdose but the yellow of the blood remains

Corpse in a suitcase in Rome, hypothesis of death from overdose but the yellow of the blood remains
Corpse in a suitcase in Rome, hypothesis of death from overdose but the yellow of the blood remains

Death from overdose, this would be the hypothesis for which the investigators who investigate the story of the corpse of the thirty-seven year old, Luca De Maglie, found inside a suitcase and on the position of the thirty-nine year old partner, who confessed to having got rid of the body because “he was in home for a week and I got rid of it. ” From what we learn, the man was a drug addict and had a police record. The woman, reported for concealment of a corpse, during the interrogation she said that she had returned home last Monday and found him dead and that she would have tried to help him, reviving him, unfortunately without success. And then that he decided to hide it in the trolley, abandoning it in the street. A version that does not convince the policemen of the San Basilio Commissariat, who think he may have acted with the help of someone and who investigate to reconstruct the incident, pending the results of the autopsy, which will clarify the causes of death. At the moment the first tests carried out on the body would show no signs of violence.

Corpse found in a suitcase

The macabre discovery dates back to yesterday morning, Saturday 5 June, and took place in Piazza Federico Sacco, in the Pietralata area in Rome. It was about 7, a passer-by noticed it, who saw a suitcase surrounded by blood abandoned in the street next to a car, a few meters from the Santa Maria del Soccorso metro station, from which a very strong smell came. From the outside, the outline of a head could be seen. When the area was cordoned off, they carried out scientific surveys, while the traces led the agents to an apartment in via Luigi Bellardi, where they found the partner who confessed everything. There was an intense smell of bleach in the house, which led investigators to think that he had cleaned the house to try to erase the traces that would lead back to her. It is not yet clear why the woman hid her partner’s death by disposing of the body instead of reporting his death and calling the police.

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