Eitan, the 6-year-old survivor of the accident of a cable car in the Italian north last May in which 14 people died, has returned to Italy from Israel, where it remained since he was kidnapped by his grandfather, with which he closes a Long litigation for its custody among its Italian family and its Israeli grandparents.
"I am happy to have returned home," said the little one from the policemen who awaited him at his arrival last night to Bergamo (North), coming from Tel Aviv, after the Supreme Israeli court rejected the appeal presented last Monday. For his grandfather, according to Italian media.
Next to the child, his Aunt Paterna Aya Biran-Nirko was traveling, who had dealt with the little one since the death of his parents and his brother in the cable car accident until the child was kidnapped by his maternal grandfather, Shmuel Peleg, who took him On a private plane, after which the Italian authorities issued an international arrest warrant.
"Eitan returns home from his aunt next to the place he grew up since he was a month that is also close to the house of his paternal grandparents, who wait for his return," said family lawyers, who have asked for respect and discretion to That the little one returns to normality in Travajo Siccomario (Pavia, North), the small town in which he lived with his parents.
The Pavia Prosecutor's Office investigated Peleg and his former ETTY woman after aunt denounced that maternal grandfather, who had moved to Italy after the tragedy, did not deliver to the child at his home at the scheduled time after a visit allowed by the judge.
Italy was pending for weeks of Eitan's evolution, which after the accident was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of Regina Margherita Hospital (North) due to injuries before being transferred to the plant and start a psychological program after tragedy That suffered.
On June 10 he was discharged and went with his aunt, after being informed of the death of his parents.
Italian justice investigates 12 people and two societies for the accident suffered by their minor's family and the rest of the cabin occupants that fell into vacuum between Mount Alpine Mottarone and the town of Stresa on May 23.
"After 84 days since he was illegally expelled from his house, Eitan will now return to his medical, therapeutic and educational routines, with his friends in the neighborhood and school, in the community he grew up, and next to his beloved cat Oliver, "said the lawyers.Date Of Update: 08 December 2021, 03:20