An unscrupulous person, without inhibitions and without repentance. Thus the investigating judge of the Juvenile Court of Bologna described the 16 years old confessed of the murder of her peer and acquaintance Chiara Gualzetti, killed in Monteveglio. The judge Luigi Martello in the ordinance with which he validates the arrest and arranges custody in prison for the boy (due to the risk of reiteration of the crime and danger of escape) he states that the “lack of scruples, of inhibitions, of motivations and signs of resipiscence ”would also emerge“ from the tenor of the voice messages sent to a friend immediately after the facts ”.
The suspect “capable of understanding and willing”
The 16-year-old under investigation – reads the order cited by theHandle – shortly after the murder he sent voice messages “with an unequivocal content” to another friend “to whom she told what she had done”. The judge believes the stopped “At the moment it appears capable of understanding and willing” especially with respect to “a crime whose illicit concept is immediately perceptible”.
The investigating judge speaks of “regular life constantly conducted” of “substantially adequate family environment”, “positively attended studies” and of “lucid and cold attempts to hide the tracks of the crime and to deny responsibility “.
Attempts at misdirection
Initially the 16 year old tried to sidetrack the investigation, denying any responsibility, declaring that Chiara had a subsequent appointment with another young woman, hiding her clothes, washing the bloodstained shoes and the knife, deleting images and messages from her cell phone. For this reason, the investigating judge considered that there is a danger of escape.
Only when faced with elements of “exceptional relevance” did the young man admit he had killed the girl. Finally, the investigating judge speaks of a personality “inclined to follow his own emotional impulses”, di “Extreme violence and determination” and above all “incapacity of self-control”, which make us believe that the risk of repetition of the crime.
The red lenses and the character of the tv series Lucifer
The young man had had three meetings with a psychologist and a visit fixed with a neuropsychiatrist, which, however, he had not yet carried out. In the last period, according to the reconstruction of the carabinieri, the 16-year-old had shown signs of unease that had led the family to have him followed by a psychologist. This, in turn, had suggested seeking a specialist.
The boy, among other things, was in the habit of using red contact lenses, to identify with a character from a TV series, Lucifer. He mentioned this character in the interrogations, in which he spoke of a “demonic presence”Which pushed him to violence.