“She can be alive and she could come back …” – Libero Quotidiano

“She can be alive and she could come back …” – Libero Quotidiano
“She can be alive and she could come back …” – Libero Quotidiano

It is convinced not only that Denise Pipitone is alive but we may see her soon. L’ex pm Maria Angioini, which followed the first stages of the investigation into the child who disappeared in Mazara del Vallo in 2004, a guest of Eleonora Daniele a Italian Stories, on Rai Uno, in today’s episode, June 4, it says verbatim: “Denise it can be alive and it could come back. ”

The guest of the program also talks about the relationship between Anna Corona and Beppe Della Key: “In 2013, subjected to interrogation, Beppe Della Key declared that he did not know Anna Corona. But a witness who wished to remain anonymous told us that they had known each other for a long time, it was a particular friendship”, explains Angioni. “They all gathered together in the house in via Rieti. In the past they even lived in the same building in via Itria, on the same landing. Anna corona lived there with her family before they got married. That’s not all. Jessica Pulizzi she is Beppe Della Key’s sister-in-law “.

Eleonora Daniele then brings out the controversial statements of Beppe’s uncle, Baptist’s Key, the deaf-mute witness. The former prosecutor Maria Angioni had commented: “The fact that the child has almost certainly ended up in Milan involves an organization. Battista Della Key’s story, which I consider reliable, fits in. Two people in the warehouse who took Denise away. with a rowboat testimony was genuine“.

The former prosecutor also got an idea of ​​how the kidnapping of little Denise could have gone: “I think that there has been an agreement, the girl is alive and staying somewhere. Someone who loved her saved her. It is my criminological hypothesis from everything that has emerged. I hope for the return of the child. The kidnappers could leave her somewhere and call. “

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