Vatican justice has reopened the famous case of the disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi, a 15-year-old girl who disappeared in the small state where the Holy See is based, in the summer of 1983 after a series of requests from the Orlandi family about if he was overestimated.
Emanuela’s disappearance 40 years ago was even featured in the Netflix documentary The Vatican Girl, which was released last October.
Vatican State Attorney Alessandro Diddi has decided to launch a new investigation into Emanuela Orlandi’s disappearance after her brother, Pietro Orlandi, filed a series of inquiries with Vatican justice, according to the Italian news agency Ansa, citing sources in the Vatican press office. for the case to be re-investigated.
The first stage of the new investigation will be the review of all documents from the already filed old case.
Priests and mafiosi: Emanuela Orlandi disappeared 35 years ago, and no one knows what happened to her
Emanuela disappeared on June 22, 1983: she left music lessons in Rome and was supposed to return home, but no one else saw her. The young woman lived in the Vatican City State with her family, as her father was an official in the papal court.
The disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi has become one of the greatest mysteries of the Vatican and has given rise to many conspiracy theories, including theories about the mafia, the Vatican Bank, and even the assassination attempt on John Paul II in 1981.
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