Of Rinaldo Frignani
The prosecutor has opened a file on the attack on the young Israeli girl 48 hours ago at the entrance to the railway yard. Hunt for the man dressed in black also with video analysis from numerous security cameras
Attempted murder. It is the crime assumed by the prosecutors for the stabbing attack 24-year-old Israeli girl injured on New Year’s Eve at Termini station. Excluding a motive linked to terrorism, while the young woman herself, hospitalized out of danger at the Umberto I Polyclinic, would have reiterated during a interrogation Of do not know the man who hit her and that she didn’t argue with anyone before the attack.
The girl, on holiday in Rome with a friend, was visited by Israeli diplomatic personnel, and also by some friends – her mother also arrived in Rome from Tel Aviv – Her condition is stationary but her life is not in danger . And for this she may soon be heard by the police. The hunt for the unknown dressed in black that appears in the video that went viral on Sunday evening is still ongoing: it is possible that the 40-year-old may have also been filmed by other surveillance cameras outside and inside the Termini station: from those frames it is perhaps possible to recognize the subject, is not excluded already known by the forces of order.
At the moment, not even the motive for the robbery would be taken into consideration, given that from the images it does not appear that the attacker was aiming at the bag or valuables of the victim caught behind his back while buying a ticket for a train at a vending machine right at the Termini entrance. Among the hypotheses that she was followed by man from outside the railway yard and then reached from inside.
Meanwhile, the meeting of the Provincial Committee for public order and safety, convened for tomorrow at 10.30, in addition to a focus on the funeral of Pope Emeritus Ratzinger, will also be dedicated to the safety of Termini Station and its adjacent areas, in continuation of a previous meeting where the topic had already been addressed.
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02 January 2023 ( edit 02 January 2023 | 16:44)
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