The most tragic of confirmations arrives. The body found in the countryside of Caivano (Naples), behind the Roma camp, is by Antonio Natale. The young 22-year-old pizza maker had disappeared into thin air for two weeks.
On the spot yesterday, after a report, the Carabinieri and Scientifica had arrived. Hours later the Naples North Prosecutor’s Office announced that that body belongs to Antonio. The family, after being reported missing, had kept attention on the matter, promoting various sit-ins and launching various appeals in the media. Antonio Natale, after spending a period in Germany, had returned to Caivano. Since returning from abroad, however, he had begun to associate with bad companies which, according to his loved ones, were also involved in drug dealing. The relatives were suspicious of the frequentation of disreputable people and the large amounts of money that the young man suddenly had at his disposal.
His family was supposed to participate in the next episode of “Who Saw Him?”. The recognition of the body was possible thanks to some tattoos. Last October 4 he went out with a friend. The last phone call to her mother, that same evening, had been made in a “worrying tone of voice” according to family members. The friend told of having left Antonio on the way back, in the area called “Bronx” always on the outskirts of Naples, in San Giovanni. In recent days the desperate appeals of the mother had followed: “The Camorra must give it back to me, dead or alive”.