Caivano Assault: Two Suspects Linked to Green Park Incident


There would be at least two adults in the crosshairs of the investigators, for the gang violence, carried out in the Green Park of Caivano, a district plagued by profound degradation, in the Neapolitan hinterland. It would be two residents of the neighborhood, aged 19 and 18, who – according to AGI reports – would be investigated on the loose for group sexual abuse suffered by two local girls, two cousins aged just 11 and 12 years. The abuses, we recall, were reported by the families of the victims, after months of threats and blackmail suffered by the little ones by the pack.

On the other hand, many minors are implicated in the affair. Even more than the 15 initially hypothesized: all involved in the abuses against the two girls, perpetrated not only in the premises of the former abandoned “Delphinia” swimming pool, but also in the municipal villa of the neighborhood, a few steps from the Municipal Police headquarters. This is what emerges from the first investigative findings of the North Naples prosecutor’s office, which is investigating the matter, together with the juvenile prosecutor’s office.

And, meanwhile, as the newspaper il Messaggero explains today, there would be at least a dozen videos: the violence suffered by the two little cousins would have been filmed by the members of the herd. An act of auto-eroticism was also saved on the cell phone – viewed by one of the parents of a minor under investigation – shortly before the cell phone itself was seized.

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