For several days now we have been talking about Denise Pipitone and of Olesya Rostova, the Russian girl who could be the child who disappeared at the age of 4 in Mazara del Vallo on 1 September 2004. A Life live, the transmission conducted by Alberto Matano and broadcast on Rai1, also intervened on the case Giovanna Botteri, who expressed herself in very harsh terms on the ways chosen by Russian television to deal with this very delicate story.
“They are playing on the skin of a woman who has suffered terribly for seventeen years because they took her daughter away”, thundered Botteri referring to Piera Maggio, who along with her lawyer was incredibly left in the dark. “I’ve been following this story from the beginning, I’m a friend of Federica Sciarelli“, Added the Rai1 journalist, who defended her colleague from the criticisms of recent days:”Who has seen it is a program that helps people, it does public service. The logic between Who has seen and the Russian broadcast is totally opposite ”.
The reason is quickly explained, even if it is there for all to see: “That program is playing on Piera Maggio’s pain and skin. This cynical choice not to reveal the truth to her if not directly, to have her joy or her disappointment, is a disgusting thing ”. Impossible not to agree with Botteri.