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The brothers-in-law killed. 'Dad was in love with my wife'

2023-06-10T15:32:49.104Z

Highlights: After seeing the body riddled with bullets of his brother-in-law Luigi Cammisa, suspecting that something similar could happen to his wife Maria Brigida, he did everything to protect her. So he ran to the house but when he arrived it was too late: his wife was poured into the bathroom now dead. This is one of the tragic details that emerges from the precautionary detention order in prison issued by the investigating judge of Naples, Simone Farina, against 44-year-old Raffaele Caiazzo.


After seeing the body riddled with bullets of his brother-in-law Luigi Cammisa, suspecting that something similar could happen to his wife Maria Brigida, he did everything to protect her, but when he arrived home it was too late (ANSA)


After seeing the body riddled with bullets of his brother-in-law Luigi Cammisa, suspecting that something similar could happen to his wife Maria Brigida, he did everything to protect her, calling home and telling her to lock herself inside and not to open to anyone. So he ran to the house but when he arrived it was too late: his wife was poured into the bathroom now dead, also riddled with bullets. This is one of the tragic details that emerges from the precautionary detention order in prison issued by the investigating judge of Naples, Simone Farina, against 44-year-old Raffaele Caiazzo, accused of killing Thursday morning in Sant'Antimo, in the Neapolitan area, in a dramatic sequence of blood, first his son-in-law Luigi and shortly after his daughter-in-law Maria Brigida. Caiazzo was convinced that the two brothers-in-law were lovers.

To tell those agitated moments in which he tried to save his wife is Alfonso Caiazzo, son of the alleged murderer. The young man had left to go to work when his mother called him telling him about Luigi: when he saw the body of his brother-in-law, he understood his father's intentions and tried everything to save his wife. Too late. At home, after finding the woman's body, terror was added to the horror, because she did not see the two children, but they had been taken by some neighbors who had heard the shots.

Luigi was hit in the square by seven shots, Maria Brigida by five.

The order also shows that Anna and Alfonso Caiazzo, twin brothers, immediately indicated to the carabinieri that to kill their respective spouses had been their father Raffaele, who had long suspected an extramarital affair between the two brothers-in-law and that during a recent ceremony in a restaurant, he had made a scene of jealousy when a relative had approached Maria Brigida. Alfonso also reported that he suspected that his father had fallen in love with Maria Brigida, also because - he told investigators - the parent would have confessed to him that he had had a relationship with the woman.

So the day before the double murder there was a clarification between the two brothers, their respective spouses, Raffaele Caiazzo - the murderer - and the wife of the latter, during which the 44-year-old confirmed his idea that the two brothers-in-law had an affair retracting instead the claim to have and exchanged intimacy with a daughter-in-law. "My father's fantasies were all fantasies, but he was ruining our lives, so Anna and I told my mother that we didn't want to see Dad anymore," Alfonso said.

Even his sister Anna Caiazzo, who on Thursday morning heard the gunshots and recognized her husband's body in the street, confirmed that in the family for a few months there was a suspicion that Caiazzo had lost his head for Maria Brigida. It is Caiazzo's wife, Amelia D'Isidoro, who explains how her husband's fixation on the relationship between her brothers-in-law was born. "At Carnival we celebrated with the family and Raffaele said he had seen Luigi make advances to Maria Brigida".

Source: ansa

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