21-year-old boy stabbed, dying and abandoned in a car: 2 men arrested

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21-year-old boy stabbed, dying and abandoned in a car: 2 men arrested

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They almost killed a 21-year-old boy, who was stabbed several times and left dying: almost two months after this bloody event, two men were arrested in Rome on charges of attempted murder. They are 57-year-old Massimo Langella and 51-year-old Francesco Arrabito , now in prison on charges of attempted murder. According to those investigating, it was them, perhaps due to a drug debt, who beat, bottled and stabbed the 21-year-old, who was then abandoned inside a car on the outskirts of the capital.

The young man then fainted on the steering wheel of the car: he hit the car's horn with his face, attracting some passers-by who managed to raise the alarm. The rescuers managed to save his life, which was not at all a given given that he was in terrible conditions. He didn't die just because the blade of the knife used in the attack broke.

The attack occurred on the evening of Sunday 7 January in via Lecce nei Marsi. According to the reconstruction of the facts, the two men would have lured the victim into their apartment. Here the boy would have been savagely beaten, stabbed and then left in terrible conditions in the car. If they hadn't helped him he would have bled to death.

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The agents of the Casilino police station are investigating the case. The motive is not yet clear, the victim was very reticent in cooperating with the police. According to what was reported by Il Corriere della Sera, the attackers were supporters of a Sinti family, with whom the 21-year-old had had disagreements, perhaps over drug debts.

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