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Poisoned Water, No Respite, Another Little Girl Hospitalized

To catch the ‘Acquabomber,’ they are moving toward coordination between the prosecutor’s offices of the cities where the bottles of mineral water were poisoned. This will be the next move of the investigators, if the alarm does not stop that is spreading throughout Italy, from Milan to Palermo. And which for the first time is affecting the south: if the tests turn out positive on one case, for now only suspicious, of a bottle with a little hole found by a Palermo housewife among those she had bought in a supermarket near the courthouse, it will mean that the Acquabomber has expanded his radius of action to the entire country. But in the meantime the crazy saboteur has struck again in the north: 9 new cases again yesterday, between Milan, Verona, Turin, two in Trentino and two in Tuscany. One man and a girl ended up in the hospital. And in Turin a perforated can of Coca Cola has also been found, on which tests are being done. A worrisome escalation, 33 cases in 19 days, that has pushed Guido Papalia, chief prosecutor of Verona, the city where yesterday the fourth case was confirmed, to concentrate all the evidence and the investigations in a single structure in the Carabinieri department. “It is the first step,” the prosecutor said, “for creating, if necessary, a link with the other prosecutor’s offices of the cities involved, for the cases that are confirmed on the basis of the analyses of the water.” Full Story

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