"Who has seen?“, the renowned program of Rai3 condotto Federica Sciarelli, returns on November 29, 2023 with an intense and eagerly awaited episode. At the center of attention is the case of Giulia Cecchettin, a tragic symbol of feminicide in Italy, and other episodes of missing persons that raise questions about security and justice in our country.
An event that promises to be crucial for raising public awareness on issues of great social importance.
Giulia Cecchettin's feminicide
Il femicide di Giulia Cecchettin, 22 years old, killed by her boyfriend Filippo Turetta, represents an emblematic case in the episode of “Who has seen?” of November 29. A dramatic event that re-emphasises the importance of the fight against violence against women in Italy and raises critical questions about the reaction of authority. The episode explores the circumstances of Giulia's murder, highlighting the issues and shortcomings that led to this tragedy.
Particular attention is given to the initial decision of police to consider Giulia's disappearance as a voluntary removal, despite the testimony of an individual who had observed a girl being attacked and forced into a car. One approach which raises questions about the need for greater readiness and sensitivity in investigating disappearance cases, particularly in contexts of potential violence.
The story of Pamela Mastropietro and the Penelope Alliance
The tragic story of Pamela Mastropietro, a girl brutally murdered and found in two suitcases, is another painful case addressed by “Who has seen?” in the November 29 episode. Pamela's story symbolizes a disturbing reality in Italy, where cases of voluntary removal they often hide much darker and more tragic scenarios.
In response to this issue, the program highlights the important collaboration with thePenelope Association, which fights to change the perception and management of removals. The association promotes a campaign so that the cause of removal is considered "unknown" rather than automatically voluntary, with the aim of activating a more in-depth and immediate investigation in these cases.
The other cases of disappearance
In addition to the case of Giulia Cecchettin and to the history of Pamela Mastropietro, the episode of “Who has seen?” of November 29 will also deal, as always, with other episodes of missing persons
These cases, carefully selected by the editorial staff, range from recent to less recent disappearances, some of which have left an indelible mark in the collective memory. The stories are presented not only to inform, but also to stimulate the active intervention of the public and the authorities, in an attempt to find answers and, possibly, solutions.