In a Facebook post he expressed his anger. A few lines to describe your reaction to the decision of the Rome prosecutor’s office to request a new trial that will begin in February, this time on the charge of escape, against Pietro Genovese, the twenty-year-old young man who on December 21, 2019 ran over and He killed her, her only daughter Gaia, and her friend Camilla as they crossed the street on Corso Francia. “Now let’s see what the judges decide about this double escape. The poor boy has been living quietly for a long time in London so that no one can recognize him and call him a murderer as happened in Rome!” writes Gabriella Saracino on social networks. media, commenting on the direct quote of a sentence advanced for the twenty-year-old young man by prosecutor Roberto Felici. Genovese, definitively sentenced to five years and four months in prison for that double highway homicide, was absent from a police checkpoint when he was under house arrest. “This time I am curious to see what the judges will decide – adds the woman on her social profile – in addition to everything they have given her, such as the lack of attendance.”
At the bottom there are many comments from users who sympathize with the woman. The new procedure is linked to what happened on the afternoon of January 16, 2021. That day the carabinieri of the Parioli company went to the twenty-year-old’s family home, in the Trieste neighborhood, to carry out a ritual control. The soldiers then called the house several times but received no answer. The police, despite being in possession of the suspect’s mobile phone, did not attempt to contact him and from the building’s surveillance cameras it does not appear that Genovese had left the house.
In the service report, which later reached the magistrates of Piazzale Clodio, the carabinieri wrote that they had made “numerous attempts, first with the building’s intercom and later by directly ringing the bell of the main door of the house, without receiving any response.” , until the following 6:04 p.m.
Due to the highway homicide issue, Genovese was once again a free man on October 21, 2021. After the ratification of the agreement, at the end of the second degree trial, the judges of the Court of Appeals of the Capital, as required by the sentencing law. that have acquired firmness have eliminated the scope of the residence obligation that weighed on the accused. Genovese is now awaiting a hearing before the execution judges who will have to decide how he will serve the rest of the sentence, approximately 3 years and 7 months. It is not excluded that the young man could be entrusted to social services, given that, according to the Italian penal system, preventive detention is excluded from the four-year threshold.