Martedì, 25 Settembre 2018

Arrest confirmed for teens who claimed killed rapist


(updates previous).
Trieste, April 11 - A judge on Thursday confirmed
the arrest of two 15-year-old Italian who turned themselves in
to police in northern Italy Sunday and claimed they killed a man
who allegedly tried to rape them.
The pair, whose initials have only been released because of
privacy laws protecting minors' identities, have been detained
on suspicion of involuntary manslaughter.
Judicial sources said the charge was based on the belief
that the girls "reacted to an unwanted (sexual) advance" from
67-year-old Mirco Sacher, a friend and neighbour.
Previously, Italian media had mistakenly reported that
investigators had discredited the pair's version of events.
Prosecutors were erroneously quoted as saying they believed
the teens killed Sacher "for kicks" in a game that got out of
The media suggested they were inspired by a violent video
game since they were reported to have told police about their
fondness for Grand Theft Auto.
Sacher's body was found in a field on the outskirts of the
northeastern Italian city of Udine early on Sunday.
The girls told police the death was caused by their
"reaction" to an attempted rape, adding that they fled the scene
in the dead man's car.
The pair then abandoned the car and turned themselves in.
An autopsy has revealed Sacher suffered two broken ribs,
leading a prosecutor to tell reporters one girl may have sat on
their victim while the other allegedly strangled him.
The girls used Sacher's ATM card before they were
reportedly persuaded by friends to go to the police, the Italian
media reported.

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