Investigators filed the chats extrapolated from the cell phone of Alessia Pifferithe 37-year-old woman arrested on 21 July for leaving her daughter Diana to die of starvation – a year and a half – leaving her alone at home for six days.
The content of the conversations is covered by the strictest secrecy, but confirms the picture that has emerged so far: little Diana was a “burden” for her mother who suffers, in the words of the investigating judge Fabrizio Filice, of an “evident emotional instability” recently “manifested in a form of psychological dependence on the current partner, which has led her to put the possibility of maintaining a relationship with him before at the cost of inflicting enormous suffering on the child ”.
Meanwhile, the request for access to prison by Professor Pietro Pietrini, full professor of Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology at the University of Pisa, one of the two professors appointed by the defense to draw up a neuroscientific and psychiatric counseling on the woman. The investigating judge did not see valid reasons for allowing interviews, beyond those with lawyers, with external people and doctors for the purpose of consulting on the woman’s mental health.
The victim’s grandmother and aunt have also appointed their lawyer to bring a civil action against Alessia, who must answer for aggravated voluntary murder..
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