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Autopsy to be repeated on murdered Iranian's corpse

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Milan, February 26 - The Milan prosecutor's office
ordered a second autopsy Wednesday on the body of Iranian
student and costume designer Mahtab Ahadsavoji.
The prosecution believes that the 29-year-old woman, whose
dead body was stuffed into a suitcase and taken to Venice to be
thrown into the lagoon, was killed by her Indian flatmates.
Savoji's corpse was found on January 28.
The accused allegedly strangled the woman to death after
she refused a sexual advance.
They then stuffed her body inside luggage with rollers and
took it by train to the northern city of Lecco with the
intention of tossing it into Lake Como, police said.
After determining there were too many witnesses in the
area, the couple opted to take the body to Venice instead, again
by train, police said.
A Venice taxi driver told police they paid him 500 euros
for the return trip to Milan.
Police said the pair initially denied involvement, but
their movements with the suitcase were allegedly captured by
security cameras at the Venice train station, prompting a
confession.
The victim's nude body was identified by fingerprints. A
well-known costume designer in Iran, Ahadsavoji was in Milan for
a two-month course at the renowned Academy of Fine Arts of
Brera.

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