01-10-2019 by Freddie del Curatolo
Silvia Romano would be alive and there would be negotiations to free her.
This is the only (beautiful) reliable news that we at malindikenya.net feel like giving you, after a day, that of yesterday, when between Italy, Kenya and Somalia have chased and have leaked rumors of all kinds, speculation and "shootings" of some press included.
From sources of Italian intelligence considered safe by several parties, the news reported in the evening by the AGI Agency, certainly the one that in recent months has moved with attention, sensitivity and respect on the matter and of which we have often embraced the philosophy, can be considered credible.
According to the AGI, the Milanese volunteer would probably be in Somalia and in good health and therefore negotiations would already have begun with her current hijackers to bring her back to her homeland.
To confirm the Somali "track", that is, the definitive transfer of the girl by the gang of criminals, three of whom are on trial in Malindi (next hearings scheduled for the end of October), would also be the institutional silences here in Kenya, where the local police no longer seem to focus on his research, but rather on the elements still at large that would have taken part in the first phase of the kidnapping, which at this point appears increasingly as an operation on commission, or at least the result of a successful criminal project.
As always, there is a lot of talk around, which can be denied or confirmed only after the operation is completed, and we hope that this will happen soon, as suggested by the same sources contacted by the AGI, which confirm the start of negotiations and hope to free Silvia soon.
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