Dora, her boyfriend investigated: instigation to commit suicide. “She didn’t throw herself”
Turned into the investigation into the death of Dora, the 30-year-old woman who died falling from the balcony on the fourth floor of her boyfriend’s house in Potenza. The prosecutors have decided to register his partner in the register of suspects, the crime hypothesis is “instigation to suicide”. “A duty” say the investigators for – reads the Corriere della Sera – to allow the boy’s consultants to take part in the autopsy this morning and to carry out a series of toxicological tests to understand if the girl had taken drugs or alcohol. The carabinieri of Potenza have heard the boy once again in these days. And he reiterated his version, claiming that he tried to stop Dora without succeeding, before she fell.
Meanwhile, the prosecutor – continues the Corriere – has seized the attic from where the girl fell. “Dora had no reason to commit suicide, she had no psychological, moral or behavioral problems, she was a strong girl, she had great self-esteem and a lot of self-care,” says the lawyer Renivaldo Lagreca, the family’s lawyer. “They had been together for a few years, their relationship was still stormy,” explains the lawyer Lagreca. On Friday Dora and Antonio got ready to go to a friend’s graduation party. Those who saw them told Captain Alberto Calabria that he had not noticed anything strange in her behavior. Dora was as radiant as ever, she had had a great time at the party. Then the return home, the fight with her boyfriend, the threat to end it all. And that flight on which prosecutors investigate.