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Manifestation à Rome en mai 2012 pour réclamer la vérité sur la disparition d'Emanuela Orlandi

Manifestation à Rome en mai 2012 pour réclamer la vérité sur la disparition d'Emanuela Orlandi

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[Bones found at Vatican property reopen questions on 1983 mysteries.]

Late Tuesday night the Vatican announced that fragments of human bones were found during the recent remodeling of a building attached to the Vatican’s embassy to Italy, though there are still no details about the age of the remains or the person to whom they belonged. As soon as the bones were found, a Vatican statement said, the Vatican’s Gendarmerie corps informed Italian authorities as well as those within the Holy See, and an investigation has been launched. Rome’s Chief Prosecutor, Giuseppe Pignatone, has tasked the Scientific Police and a mobile team of Rome’s police headquarters to study the remains in order to determine their age, sex and the date of the person’s death. Details are slim on what bones were found, however, according to Italian agency ANSA, the bones consist of a skull and teeth. In some quarters there is already speculation that the remains could belong to a young Italian woman named Emanuela Orlandi, who disappeared in 1983 at the age of 15, and whose father at the time worked for the Institute for the Works of Religion, better known as “the Vatican bank.” Orlandi’s body was never found, and numerous hypotheses and conspiracy theories have circulated since her disappearance concerning the circumstances and motives of what might have happened. Mirella Gregori is another young Italian woman who also disappeared in 1983, just over a month ahead of when Orlandi went missing. Police are likely to make DNA comparisons to determine whether the bones belong to either of the young women. Orlandi disappeared after leaving her family's Vatican City apartment to go to a music lesson in Rome. Her father was a lay employee of the Holy See. After her disappearance Italy was filled with posters featuring her face, newspapers and TV talked about it for years, but the truth about what happened to Emanuela Orlandi remains unknown. Many speculate that her disappearance is related to the scandals involving the Vatican Bank and the attempted murder of Pope John Paul II only a few years after the mysterious death of John Paul . Others have said Orlandi was kidnapped by a human trafficking ring that sold her into slavery, or the Roman mafia, but these ideas have led nowhere. A simple and tragic explanation was that someone kidnapped and killed her and then hid the body. The last major twist in the case came in 2012, when forensic police exhumed the body of a reputed mobster from the crypt of a Roman basilica in hopes of finding Orlandi's remains as well. The search turned up no link. The bones found yesterday, then, is the latest mystery in what seems like a never-ending story. Pietro Orlandi, the brother of Manuela, has never given up searching for the truth. DUR: 3'05
Nigh shots: exterior of the Vatican Embassy to Italy; large view building; cu on plaque reading "Apostolic nonciature";

File material 1983: posters regarding the 1983 disappearances of Emanuela Orlandi and Mirella Gregori on a wall in Rome;

File mateial: external views of Judicial offices in the Vatican; VS Vs posters of Emanuela Orlandi, headline saying: “Vatican deals for Emanuela Orlandi”; Ms posters of the disappeared girls; 22 July 1983: Pope John Paul II (Italian sot) made an appeal on Emanuela vanishing, officialising for the first time the hypothesis of a kidnap; 14 May 2012: Pietro Orlandi, the brother of the missing girl, outside the church St. Apollinaire in Rome, where investigators uncovered unidentified human remains near the tomb of Enrico `Renatino` De Pedis after opening the coffin of the notorious Rome gang boss, linked to the disappearance of the 15-year-old Emanuela Orlandi. Pietro Orlandi SOUNDBITE (Italian): “This is just one more step forward for the investigation. We couldn’t keep forever with this doubt. We hope eventually it will bring us clarity.";

!!!!!!!!27 May 2012: Hundreds of demonstrators paraded through the streets of downtown Roma in a quest for T !!!!!!!


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