Serena Mollicone, a 20-year-long mystery. The organs disappeared
The death of the 18-year-old Serena Mollicone remains shrouded in mystery. The girl was found lifeless on June 3, 2001 a Fontecupa, a town on the outskirts of Arce (Frosinone). Two days after he disappeared from home. According to the findings of the Ris carried out almost twenty years after the facts, – reads the Corriere della Sera – the murder allegedly took place inside the carabinieri barracks by Arce. The crime, according to the accusation, it was born from Serena’s desire to denounce Marco Mottola for drug dealing, the son of Commander Franco. After the reopening of the case there was the indictment of 5 defendants, including the commander, his wife and son. But the mystery deepens even more after what has emerged following the autopsy carried out on Serena’s body.
At the trial for the murder of Serena Mollicone, speaks – continues the Corriere – the colonel of the carabinieri Fabio Imbratta, the officer who in 2016, together with Marshal Gaetano Evangelista, reopened the investigations on the 18 year old found dead on 1 June 2001 in a hamlet near Arce. “Once poor Serena’s body had been exhumed, we also needed to analyze the organs which had been collected during the autopsy carried out a few days after the discovery of the body. Finds kept by the medical examiner and that have mysteriously disappeared. In addition to the young woman’s inguinal part, the appeal is also missing the eyebrow which, according to the reconstruction, would have slammed violently against the door of the barracks.
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