Pamela case, the mother: “She was raped, I hope life sentence confirmed”

Alessandra Verni on the eve of the bis appeal on the aggravating circumstance of sexual violence against Oseghale

“The sentence for sexual violence has already been in the first and second degree and I hope it will be confirmed this time too: my daughter was raped. I always hope there is a life sentence for life”. You affirm it to Adnkronos Alessandra Verni the mother of Pamela Mastropietrothe 18-year-old Roman who left a community of Corridonia (Macerata), was killed, torn to pieces and the remains were found closed in two trolleys in Pollenza on 30 January 2018, on the eve of the hearing that will take place tomorrow at the Court of Perugia for theappeal bis in relation to the aggravating circumstance of sexual violence against Innocent Oseghale.

In fact, the Cassation confirmed the life sentence of the Nigerian for killing and tearing Pamela to pieces, instead arranging an appeal for the aggravating circumstance of sexual violence. If the aggravating circumstance were to fall, for Oseghale, sentenced to life imprisonment in the first and second degree, there could be a sentence reduction. Pamela’s mother wrote about the case in recent days three letters to the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarellato the president of the council Giorgia Melons and to the Minister of Justice Carlo Nordius asking to be heard.

And just yesterday she was received at the Quirinale by an adviser to the Head of State: “I explained all the various aspects of Pamela’s case – reports Verni – some of which are still open, everything that has not been done in recent years and has not wanted to do”. The girl’s family has never believed the version according to which the Nigerian did it all by himself, asking that other alleged accomplices be investigated and also raised the issue of the rules governing therapeutic communities right from the start. Now Alessandra Verni is also waiting to be received by Prime Minister Meloni and Nordio: “I hope they receive me. I still trust the institutions“.