the investigators of The case say that the next week will know the identities of the remains
are Investigating whether human remains found in an embassy of The Vatican are of Emanuela Orlandi, the minor disappeared in 1983
The Italian police has been authorized Friday to investigate in the archives of the properties of the Vatican in search of clues about the mysterious bones discovered in the embassy of the Holy see in Rome, on which is shuffled new hypotheses.
The human remains, probably of two different people, among them a woman, were discovered Monday by workers under the pavement of the caregiver's home, attached to the embassy.
According to local press, who have been immersed in the case, the bones could be the wife of one of the keepers, who disappeared in the 1960s.
This theory refute the hypothesis that it were the young Emanuela Orlandi, the daughter of an official of the Holy see, disappeared in 1983, one of the great mysteries unsolved in Italy. The disappearance had been linked with hierarchs of the Church, with the mafia and also with the Turkish Ali Agca, author of the assassination attempt against John Paul II in 1981.
The bones may be in change of the wife of the keeper, recalled by the troubled relationship with her husband, who disappeared in the night to the morning, it holds this Friday the Italian press.
The researchers have concentrated on the documentation on the works performed and the staff who has lived at the headquarters of the nunciature, data held in the headquarters of the Apsa, the Vatican agency in charge of the real estate of the Church.
While establishing scientifically the identity of the bones with the results of the DNA test, which could be ready next week, the Italian press has shuffled several hypotheses, among them that are also try to of Mirella Gregori, another girl disappeared a few weeks before Orlandi, who resided not far from the nunciature.
The chief prosecutor of Rome, Giuseppe Pignatone, has decided to maintain a low profile on this case and has been limited to open an investigation for "murder against unknown".
detectives have conducted several interrogations and seek to explain the finding of a body in a unit of "Villa Giorgina", in the heart of Rome, donated to the Vatican in 1949 by an industrial jewish, as a recognition for having saved so many jews during the Second World War.
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