Rubina Kousar, hammered to death in Pinerolo.  Her son stopped: "Shocked by that boy's face"

The reasons that led to the death of Rubina Kousar, killed with hammers in Pinerolo, in the province of Turin, are not yet clear. Her 23-year-old son was arrested on suspicion of killing her.

The reasons that led to the murder of today, Thursday 9 March, are not yet clear Rubina Kousar. Stopped on suspicion of killing her is her 23-year-old son. The family lived in Pinerolo, in the province of Turin, and the alarm would have been given by the father, who ran into the street to ask for help. The first to intervene were the agents of the local city police, who gave first aid to the woman. Despite the arrival of 118, however, there was nothing to be done for the woman. The carabinieri also intervened on the spot, who stopped and took the young man away. On the dynamics of what happened there are still many question marks, on which the military and the prosecutor are investigating in these hours.

It seems that the woman was hit with a hammer, but the reasons that led to the gesture are not yet known. “I saw him (while they were taking him away ed) from the balcony and he shocked me just this boy’s face, because he was really beside himself. He had hallucinatory eyes, he wasn’t in himself ”, says a woman who lives a few steps from the house where the events took place. “They went to pick him up at his house, but I only saw the scene where they put him in the car. They laid him in the car and he was all bloodied – he continues – he was really hallucinated, out of his mind ”. “We went out at 8.30 to go to the supermarket. We arrived around 9.30 or twenty to 10. – tell Agusta Martina and Enrico, who live in the same building as the family. “There was a bit of screaming. So let’s take the bag and try to go up. There were already these gentlemen who were coming downstairs screaming and then the ambulance arrived. Then what happened before, we weren’t at home” Then on the family: “They were taciturn people, they spoke very little”.

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