Martedì, 18 Settembre 2018

Writer indicted for 'acting out murder plot'


Turin, June 12 - An Italian writer accused of
murdering a prostitute according to the plot of one of his short
stories was indicted Wednesday.
Daniel Ughetto Piampaschet, 35, is accused of murdering
Nigerian prostitute and ex-girlfriend Anthonia Egbuna, 20, and
dumping her body in the Po river in November 2011.
Police became suspicious when they found his manuscript for
a short story that echoes the circumstances of Egbuna's death.
They think that Piampaschet became obsessively jealous of
her clients.
Police say mobile phone records show Piampaschet called
Egbuna approximately 1,600 times - the last on the day they
think she was murdered.
Italian media have been quick to draw comparisons to the
Hollywood movie Basic Instinct, in which actor Sharon Stone's
character describes an ice-pick murder in a novel which is then
committed in real life, making her the prime suspect.
Piampaschet's trial is scheduled to start September 26.

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