• Dead DJ. The hypothesis of an accident-suicide due to Gioele's death appears, checks on cars
  • Dead DJ, the PM: in surveillance video he is with Gioele in the car in Sant'Agata
  • The body found in Caronia belongs to the missing DJ Viviana Parisi
  • Dj dead, searches continue to find his son. The yellow on death remains
  • Dj dead for investigators, the child was with her, searches continue
  • Dj dead, pm: "Who rescued her after an accident, show up". He is investigating for voluntary homicide


15 August 2020The research of Gioele Mondello continues unabated even on August 15th, for the 12th consecutive day. Even today 70 men including firefighters, forestry, civil protection, police and carabinieri of the Cacciatori di Sicilia group are patrolling the area where the woman was found dead and those nearby with the help of drones and molecular dogs. Also controlled farmhouses and wells.   

The investigations, coordinated by the Patti Public Prosecutor's Office, continue in all directions; a file against unknown persons for murder and kidnapping remains open. Thanks to the video recovered in Sant'Agata di Militello before the woman had an accident in the tunnel, there is a fixed point: the child was alive in Sant'Agata di Militello and in good condition.

The investigators are now concentrating on what happened immediately after the accident with a truck of workers that took place on the motorway tunnel before Caronia. One of the hypotheses is that the child died in the impact and then Viviana committed suicide, perhaps by first burying the body of her son. However, the traffic police confirm that the accident was minor, although nothing can be ruled out.

Another hypothesis is that mother and son were attacked in the countryside of Caronia by dogs or other wild animals and found death.

Another possibility, however excluded by family members, is that the mother, perhaps frightened by the accident, also suffering from depression, could have killed her son in a raptus and then committed suicide. Finally, the track of the murder by someone perhaps met on the spot is also beaten. For days, men from forensics have been analyzing the telephone records, the pylon near which the woman's body and the car were found; a forensic geologist, specializing in finding buried bodies, is also analyzing the woman's journey. Only the results of the autopsy and the testimonies of the tourists who saw Viviana and her son after the accident, but who have not yet presented themselves to the investigators, will be able to shed light on the affair.