After 7 years in prison, the man accused of hiding his niece’s body speaks for the first time
For the first time after 7 years in prison Michele Misseri, accused of hiding Sarah Scazzi’s body, speaks in an unpublished interview that will be broadcast tonight on Farwest, the Rai Tre program hosted by Salvo Sottile. A long in-depth interview with the man released from Lecce prison on Sunday 11 February and who continues to plead guilty for the murder of his niece.
The return to Avetrana
Sarah Scazzi’s uncle, convicted of corpse killing for having hidden the girl’s body, has finished serving his sentence and left the prison in Lecce to return to Avetrana in via Deledda to the same villa where, according to the procedural reconstruction , the crime occurred for which his daughter Sabrina Misseri and his wife Cosima Serrano were sentenced to life imprisonment by the Supreme Court in February 2017.
Misseri was released from prison around 7 am last Sunday accompanied by his defense lawyer, Luca La Tanza. Of the eight-year prison sentence imposed, more than one was deducted, especially for good behavior.