Saman: dogs, drones and 500 agents. His body is not there, searches suspended
The mystery about the alleged death of Saman, the eighteen-year-old Pakistani woman who disappeared from home on April 30th, is getting thicker and thicker. There is no breakthrough in the investigation and searches of the body have been suspended after 67 days of excavation. All tried attempts have yielded no results. They looked for her everywhere – reads the Corriere della Sera – in the land of a farm in Novellara, in the Reggio area, for which her family worked. This piece of Emilia-Romagna has been beaten inch by inch by over 500 carabinieri, provincial police agents, firefighters, with the help of drones and molecular dogs. Without success. 4
The murder investigations, however, continue. Saman’s parents, an uncle and two cousins are registered in the register of suspects – continues the Corriere -. One of these, Ikram Ijaz, is the only one in prison in Reggio Emilia today. He was stopped last May 28 in Nimes, France, aboard a bus bound for Spain. Ijaz said he was unrelated to the disappearance of his cousin and reiterated it even in the last interrogation. His explanations, however, did not convince either the investigators or the judges of the Court of Freedom of Bologna who, last Saturday, denied his release. Against him there is a video of April 29 that portrays him with the girl’s other cousin and with his uncle, as he comes out of the Novellara cottage with work tools, including a shovel.