“That last night with her.” A heartbreaking (and decisive?) Tale – Libero Quotidiano

“That last night with her.” A heartbreaking (and decisive?) Tale – Libero Quotidiano
“That last night with her.” A heartbreaking (and decisive?) Tale – Libero Quotidiano

For the first time, 17 years after his disappearance, speaks Tony Pipitone, the baby’s dad Denise, disappeared a Mazara del Vallo. While continuing to investigate the case, the man, during the broadcast Fourth Degree, aired last night May 14 on Network 4, he recalled the beautiful and carefree moments lived with his daughter, when she called him dad and told him she loved him. Moments that have remained in the heart of Tony Pipitone who has never stopped thinking about his little girl.

“The little girl doted on me, we went to the beach in my convertible off-road vehicle. We had some wonderful moments. Until the last night he slept with me “, said Tony.” Dad said I love you, you will never get old, you will never die “.

Tony also explained to Fourth Degree that the day Denise disappeared, she immediately took the car to go look for her: “I didn’t know what to think, she had never left home, I turned streets at random”, he recalled. During the show, the man also sent a message to the girl, saying that as soon as they can hug again, he will take her to get an ice cream “as big as a house”. “My heart beats for you, don’t make it stop my love”, concluded Pipitone.

During the program, the correspondent in Mazara del Vallo also showed some wooden strips of the false ceiling that would have been removed by the investigators during the searches in recent days in the apartment of Anna Corona. After 17 years, in fact, the situation of the Corona family has returned to investigate and important details have emerged, wiretapping and small elements that apparently, in 2004 when Denise disappeared, were not taken into consideration by the investigators.

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