“I thought it was irrelevant.” So he ‘covered up’ the kidnapping of the little girl? – Free Daily

“I thought it was irrelevant.” So he ‘covered up’ the kidnapping of the little girl? – Free Daily
“I thought it was irrelevant.” So he ‘covered up’ the kidnapping of the little girl? – Free Daily

“I didn’t lie”: a Italian stories – Eleonora Daniele’s program broadcast on Rai 1 – a new testimony on the case of Denise Pipitone, the little girl from Mazara Del Vallo who died in 2004 at the age of 4. To speak is Francesca Adamo, colleague of Anna Corona, ex of the child’s natural father and one of the main suspects in the case. Mrs Adam, in particular, he allegedly forged the Crown’s signature in the registry of the hotel where they both worked on September 1, 17 years ago, the day in which the traces of the child were lost.

Today Francesca recalled seeing Anna’s two daughters reach their mother on a scooter that day 17 years ago. But he immediately got his hands on: “I didn’t lie, I didn’t really pay attention to it, I didn’t think it was relevant. The girls stayed 5-10 minutes, they had a bag with jackets, they took the jackets and left. “The Adam also pointed out that she was a simple colleague of the Crown, not a friend of hers, and she reiterated that he had only put Anna’s signature in his place, not the time of departure from the workplace. In short, it would have been just a favor between colleagues and nothing more.

What Ms. Francesca says, moreover, would also be confirmed by Jessica Pulizzi, daughter of the Crown and half-sister of Denise, who in some interceptions reiterated that her mother and Adam were only colleagues, there was no friendship between them. The hypothesis, therefore, is that Anna Corona has developed a plan to be able to leave and then return without arousing any suspicion, by entering the time herself later.

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