Woman stabbed to death in the Padua area

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Woman stabbed to death in the Padua area

She is a 41-year-old from Padua, Sara Buratin, mother of a 15-year-old girl, the latest victim of a femicide, with a script almost identical to the others: she was killed in cold blood, with several stab wounds until she was left lifeless on the ground, in the courtyard of his mother's house, which he had gone to visit, in Bovolenta, in the province of Padua. Suspicions immediately focused on her husband, a 39-year-old, who works as a boiler fitter in a company in the area, and who immediately became untraceable. The Carabinieri of Padua searched for him for hours, until the hypothesis became concrete that the man's van ended up in the flood waters of the Bacchiglione river: on the road that runs along the embankment, in the locality of Ca ' Molin, clear signs of tires were found, with a direction leading towards the river.

In the evening, rumors had spread according to which the body of the man, Alberto Pittarello, had already been found. Which has not been confirmed by investigators. The fire brigade divers, who arrived from Venice, attempted a first dive, but had to give up due to the very strong current. We are now waiting for the arrival of a special boat equipped with sonar that could allow us to identify with certainty the presence of the van underwater, and thus better direct the divers.

But with the darkness and the conditions of the river swollen by the rain – a flood wave is expected to pass around 11pm – it is not certain that the operation can be completed this evening. A life apparently like many others for the couple, with a 15-year-old daughter. Although someone reported seeing Sara and Alberto arguing in front of the house a couple of days ago, while others report having collected the confidences of the 41-year-old's mother, who apparently spoke about some problem. And even if so far, the Carabinieri confirm, no evidentiary elements have been collected at the crime scene to indicate the husband as the perpetrator of the crime, it is clear that the unavailability of the man, and the searches for his body, suggest a suicide plan of the 39 year old. It was Sara's mother who discovered her daughter's body in the courtyard behind her house.

The woman felt ill. The Carabinieri from the Padua investigative unit, the coroner, and the magistrate on duty, Sergio Dini, soon arrived on site. Buratin's death would have occurred in a very short time, due to the severity of his wounds. The weapon used for the femicide, a work knife, was found in the same courtyard. An emergency, feminicides in Italy, which every day presents new victims, or reveals the chilling details of the condition experienced by the victims. Like the videos that emerged in the story of Floriana Floris, the 49-year-old woman killed last June 6 in Incisa Scapaccino, in the Asti area, for whose death Paolo Riccone, her 50-year-old partner, is accused. “I lock myself in the bathroom. God help me! God help me, help me God!”. These are the last moments filmed by the victim's smartphone camera, which he had activated to document: “Because if something happens – he said -, they will know what you did to me”. Before Bovolenta, the most recent murder was that of Maria Batista Fereira, which occurred late yesterday afternoon in Fornaci di Braga (Lucca). The woman's husband, Vittorio Pescaglini, turned himself in for this femicide and today, after a long interrogation at the Carabinieri headquarters in Castelnuovo Garfagnana, he was transferred to the Lucca prison on charges of voluntary homicide. The investigators are evaluating the possible aggravating factor of premeditation.

To know more ANSA Agency It is not a country for women who report – Magazine – ANSA.it A woman who proceeds in court against a man for domestic violence is unable to find justice: Amelia, with four complaints against her husband in 2020, is still waiting for the first hearing, postponed to October 2024. Although two laws were passed in 2023 to speed up investigations and trials to protect women, proceedings still take 5 to 7 years. (HANDLE)

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