Murdered Pamela’s mother welcomes flowers of imprisoned shooter
After waiting for 94 days, Alessandra Verni managed to bring the remains of her murdered daughter Pamela home. She also welcomed the flowers sent by a controversial figure for the occasion.
Published: May 7, 2018, 12:21 pm
The flowers were sent by Luca Trahini. On February 3, 2018, Traini was arrested after he allegedly shot and wounded seven African immigrants in a two-hour drive-by shooting rampage in Macerata, Italy.
Traini draped himself in an Italian flag and saluted the town’s war memorial before being arrested.
Pamela was killed in Macerata on January 30 last year by Nigerian drug dealers. Pamela’s mother Alessandra, and her brother Marco Valerio, are still full of anger. And not only against those who massacred Pamela Mastropietro.
She welcomed the flowers sent from prison by the “wolf” Traini, the man who shot at African immigrants “to avenge Pamela”. The bouquet was delivered by his brother and his cousin, and according to Pamela’s mother, did not create any embarrassment.
“We were pleased, it was a tribute appreciated, of closeness. Also because if we had refused his flowers, then we would have had to shake hands with all those politicians who did nothing to prevent Pamela’s death.”
On the day Innocent Oseghale, now accused of murder, defended himself before the investigating judge in the prison of Ascoli, Alessandra faced the white coffin of her daughter.
One hundred people, including the mayor Romano Carancini, embraced her in front of the morgue, and the bishop Nazzareno Marconi blessed the body. “Even in Macerata it will be a mourning for the city,” he explained.
“We hope that it is not just a formal gesture here, to wash one’s conscience, but a first step to change things, to fight the pushers, to stop uncontrolled immigration.”
The mayor Virginia Raggi, Giorgia Meloni, leader of the Brothers of Italy, and the newly elected League member Tullio Patassini (elected in Macerata) represented Matteo Salvini.
However, the investigation has reached a decisive point. Last week Oseghale denied for the umpteenth time that he had killed Pamela and cut her into pieces, reiterating that he had left the young girl in the company of Desmond Lucky and came back later discovering the remains of the eighteen-year-old in two trolleys.
“If the accusation of rape falls, the motive of the murder hypothesised by the prosecution is missing”, the Nigerian lawyers explained.
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