One of the most nauseating revelations to emerge from the trial for the murder of 18-year-old Italian Pamela Mastropietro is that she was likely to have been dismembered while still alive.
The horrifying reports come following court testimony given by Vincenzo Marino, a key witness in the trial of Nigerian drug pusher Innocent Oseghale who on trial for the brutal murder the young girl last year, Il Giornale reports.
Mastropietro’s mother claims that her 18-year-old daughter had become estranged from the family and had become addicted to drugs following a brief relationship with a Romanian man.
Marino, the key witness in the case, had been incarcerated at the same time as Oseghale and claimed to have overhead him admit to and give details about the murder.
According to the sworn testimony given by Marino, the Nigerian drug dealer stabbed the Italian teen immediately after raping her. Marino said, “They had a fight, they pushed, Oseghale stabbed her in the liver and after a first stab Pamela fell to the ground.”
The witness added that following the initial stabbing, Oseghale left the scene of the crime to summon another man to assist him in the disposal of Mastropietro’s body. After he ‘returned home, convinced him that Pamela was dead and started dismembering from the foot.’
It’s thought that the Nigerian man stabbed the girl once more after she tried to cry out for help.
As stated by Marino, Oseghale didn’t name who his accomplice was. “He had washed [the body]with bleach because it would not have been known if she had died of an overdose or murdered,” Marion professed.
“He said there was a sack in the fridge to put the pieces in, but they did not fit in there and that he had to cut it and put it in two suitcases,” the key witness added.
In February last year, the dismembered corpse of the 18-year-old Mastropietro was discovered on the side of road in a number of suitcases in the Italian commune of Pollenza. The horrific discovery prompted national rage and also led to allegations of ritualistic cannibalism that’s known to be engaged in and practiced by Nigerian crime gangs that are operating across the continent.
The discovery of young girl’s dismembered corpse also provoked a mass shooting attempt when Luci Traini, a 28-year-old Italian man who supposedly knew Mastropietro, targeted and wounded several migrants in an act of vengeance.
Alassandro Meluzzi, an Italian psychiatrist and criminologist has alleged that the murder was most likely associated with Nigerian organized crime gangs.
Just months after Mastropietro’s body was discovered, another Italian teenaged girl, Desirée Mariotinni, was found in dead from an overdose in Rome. Italian prosecutors subsequently arrested several migrant men in connection with her death, accusing them of raping the 16-year-old girl and intentionally causing her to fatally overdose on drugs.
Italy has experienced a colossal crime wave in the wake of an incursion of hundreds of thousands of African migrants, many from Nigeria, into their country.
The populist Italian government led by Matteo Salvini has done their best to stem the flow of migrants into Italy and to crack down on violent foreign crime gangs, but their efforts have been met with stiff opposition from globalist forces inside the European Union.