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Carabiniere killed, on Friday the RIS will analyze the clothes worn by Mario Cerciello Rega


"At that time we will probably be able to understand from what position the slashes were inflicted," says lawyer Massimo Ferrandino, the widow's lawyer for the vice-brigade

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27 August 2019

New investigative activities in the investigation into the murder of the deputy police sergeant, Mario Cerciello Rega which took place in Rome on 26 July. "The investigators are finalizing to precisely and scrupulously shore up elements that will be very useful in the future trial phase. Next Friday at Ris in Rome, the garments worn by Mario Cerciello and Andrea Varriale will be analyzed on the evening of 26 July in via Federico Cesi. At that time we will probably be able to understand from which position the slashes were inflicted ". To say the lawyer Massimo Ferrandino, lawyer for the widow of the deputy police sergeant, Mario Cerciello Rega, killed with eleven stab wounds by the 19 year old American Finnegan Lee Elder.

For the murder, in prison, in addition to Elder, there is his compatriot, Gabriel Natale Hjorth.

Source: rainews

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