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Il Forum è nato dalla giornalista Marilù Mastrogiovanni ed è organizzato da Giulia Giornaliste e dalla cooperativa IdeaDinamica, con l’obiettivo di “creare ponti, abbattere muri: promuovere una riflessione sul giornalismo delle giornaliste investigative, come presidio di Democrazia, dunque di Pace”.


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The names and faces of the principals and perpetrators of the murder of Ilaria Alpi and Milan Hrovatin are unknown, nearly 23 years after their deaths.

Acquitted for not having committed the act Omar Hashi Hassan, the only scapegoat who throughout his 16 years in prison, always shouted his innocence.

Thus, at least one truth about the death of the Tg3 correspondent and her cameraman has come out, mainly thanks to the journalistic work of the editorial staff of “Chi l’ha visto,” whose investigations have reopened the case.

“Who Saw Him” in fact tracked down one of the two witnesses on whom the prosecution had based its assumption of Hashi’s guilt. Ahmed Ali Rage, known as Gelle, who disappeared into thin air for years, told the cameras of “Who Saw Him” another truth, that of a piloted testimony, never verified, yet taken at face value.

The acquittal of Omar Hashi Hassan reopens a number of questions: not only who and why decreed the death of the two journalists, but also who and why piloted and deployed the investigation to turn off the spotlight on the truth.

War correspondent Ilaria Alpi died because she was doing her job. Evidently all too well.

Can one, even today, die for it?



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