Gruesome details emerge from the autopsy that Pamela’s body was washed with bleach to erase all traces and dismembered “in a scientific way”, as written by the coroner Mariano Cingolani.

The killer, Oseghale, had decided to take them out by packing Pamela’s remains into two carts.

On the evening of January 30, he was accompanied by a taxi driver friend to the outskirts of Pollenza, where he left his suitcases containing Pamela’s body parts.

When arrested, Oseghale denied the violence and defended himself by saying that Pamela had died of a heroin overdose.

Oseghale was arrested after several days using the images from a surveillance system.

The photo comes from the security camera installed outside a pharmacy in Macerata that Oseghale immortalized as he followed the girl.

Subsequently, Pamela’s clothes and traces of blood were found in the man’s house. When the researchers approached him, Oseghale tried to give different versions until the summer of 2018.

In front of the prosecutor Giovanni Giorgio, he admitted to dismembering the body of the girl who died in his version of an overdose and denied cheating on her.

After several scientific examinations of the girl’s body, the police determined that there were two stab wounds “penetrated to the base of the right breast when the victim was alive” would have been fatal.

According to the researchers, Oseghale would have abused her while she was in poor physical condition due to heroin use.

Oseghale’s investigation ended in June 2018 and his trial began in 2019, which ends today with the final sentence of life imprisonment.

The murder of Pamela Mastropietro

The 18-year-old was killed on January 30, 2018 in Macerata. The only person charged with the girl’s murder is Oseghale, who pleaded not guilty, only admitting to dismembering her body.

The trial against him began in February 2019. On May 29, 2019, he was sentenced to life imprisonment.

On October 16, 2020, Ancona’s Court of Assizes of Appeal also upheld the conviction, with charges of voluntary manslaughter aggravated by sexual assault, contempt, vandalism and concealment of a corpse.

Pamela escaped from the Pars recovery community on January 29, 2018, according to some sources. That night she spent the night with a taxi driver, and the next day another taxi driver saw her in the Diaz Gardens, a drug trafficking plaza in Macerata.

Here the girl bought a dose of drugs from Desmond Lucky and paid for it with a silver chain, a gift from her mother.

Desmond Lucky, Oseghale’s friend, was initially involved in the lead investigation and then released.

According to the investigators, Oseghale would have convinced Pamela at that time to go to his apartment through Spalato.

Perhaps in exchange for a dose of heroin, he would have killed her and then stabbed her in the liver in a fit of rage because she wanted to call the police.

Victory for Italian mother who wore a T-shirt showing Pamela’s dismembered body during a court hearing

After five years came the final sentence, confirming life imprisonment for Oseghale, who was accused of murdering, murdering and dismembering 18-year-old Pamela Mastropietro in Macerata in January 2018.

The defendant was not present in the courtroom when the verdict was read, while the girl’s parents were present.

Pamela Mastropietro’s mother fought for years for his sentence to take into account the aggravating circumstance of sexual assault.

If the aggravating circumstance had been removed, Oseghale could have received a reduced sentence.

The bis appeal only dealt with the crime of sexual assault and was sent to Perugia for procedural issues.