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Newborn dead in Burgos, the autopsy excludes violence: she was born premature – breaking latest news

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Newborn dead in Burgos, the autopsy excludes violence: she was born premature – breaking latest news

Sassari, 20 June 2022 – She is not dead for violent causes the newborn of Burgos born at home and found lifeless on Friday afternoon, five days after birth, in an apparent state of malnutrition. This is what emerges from theautopsy performed this afternoon at the Policlinico di Monserrato (Cagliari). From the first findings it appears that the little one was born alive, but it is not known how long it lasted. It would indeed coming to light premature with some organ not yet adequately developed. To have all the answers it will be necessary to wait for the results of the histological examinations. The coroner asked for 90 days.

The necrospic examination carried out by the coroner Alberto Chighine, appointed by the Nuoro Public Prosecutor’s Office, and by the expert Nicola Lenigno, appointed by the defenders of the 28-year-old mother and her cohabiting family members – parents and sister – at the time under investigation for neglect of incapacity, it started at 3pm and ended around 6pm. No hot statements from the lawyers of the four, Salvatore Lai and Giuseppe Floris. So far they have all been heard several times by the carabinieri of the Bono Company, than after having been called to the house in Burgos by the young mother, immediately began the investigation. The deputy prosecutor of Nuoro, Giorgio Bocciarelli, owner of the investigation, reserved the right to question them formally in the coming days.

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