The two women could benefit from the first award permits
In a few days, the 11th anniversary of the death of Sarah Scazzi. After being sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of the young Sarah, Sabrina Misseri and Cosima Serrano will be eligible for the first permissive prizes. In the meantime, the European Court of Human Rights has considered admissible the appeal lodged by the mother and daughter.
On 26 August 2010 Sarah Scazzi died in Avetrana. After a long series of investigations, Sarah’s cousin was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of the 15-year-old. Sabrina Misseri and his mother Cosima Serrano. The two women are currently serving their sentence in the Taranto prison but could soon benefit from the first permissive prizes as they are considered model prisoners.
Murder Sarah Scazzi, at the start of the award permits for Sabrina and Cosima
Since more than ten years have passed since the murder of the young Sarah Scazzi, the Italian system allows the two women to benefit from the so-called premium permissions. In particular, it involves fifteen consecutive days repeated up to a limit of three times a year.
Obviously such permissions they are attributed to all those inmates who over time do not show to be dangerous from a social point of view. According to the words of their lawyers, Sabrina and Cosima would be entitled to such premium permits as of held template. In fact, mother and daughter spend their days working in the prison tailor’s shop.
Here, in addition to sew dresses, Sabrina and Cosima are also working hard to sew masks. Furthermore, according to circulating news, Sabrina Misseri would also have obtained the diploma from hairdresser and he would be working in the beauty center of the prison.
It would therefore seem the right time for mother and daughter to be granted these prizes in order to make them savor that feeling of freedom lost eleven years ago and never found again. In the meantime, the decision of the European Court of Human Rights is awaited, which has considered admissible the appeal presented by them.