A new character has been added to this story in occasion of the one year anniversary. It is "Domitilla Ordini", a medical doctor, a dermatologist, who as the story goes was the on call doctor on the island and who allegedly was the first to tend to the survivors that night.
The one story about her can be read on corriere.it: http://www.corriere.it/cronache/13_genn ... cc61.shtml
and in basically an identical format in several other italian websites. It is also repeated on "El Pais" here: http://noticias.lainformacion.com/mundo ... 2pwSoWzg4/
and I imagine it will soon be found, with identical content, on other news websites worldwide.
Funny how everyone finds about the same thing at the same time. It's called "free press".
The italian article linked above is incredibly rhetorical
, way above
the already sickening levels of mainstream media. This to me is a clear sign the article came to corriere.it directly from fakery central
. It has been dropped from above, from the PR agencies that run this story to keep the psyop alive one year later.
(The non italian reader at this point must consider that, coincidentally enough, Italy is under electoral campaign for general elections as I write.)
Of course, being a product of 100% fake journalism
, the article makes no sense whatsoever. I don't really know if doctor "Domitilla Ordini" exists (she has a presence on the web, which proves nothing; and of course it isn't hard to find corrupted individuals in Italy who would prostitute themselves for a buck or two, or forced by their mafia affiliations: so she might as well be real -- doesn't matter) but her story is certainly a load of crap.
She recalls helping a french woman who "only knew three italian words", and would repeat them over and over: "where's my husband, where's my husband"; in the words of the "journalist", Domitilla knew that this woman's husband's body had been found, but did not have the courage to tell her
. So let me get this straight: they had found a body, and they had identified him straight away, but they had not alerted the only relative present?
Then Domitilla recalls seeing all the frightened faces of the survivors who had just escaped death, and how most of them did not speak english (and you gotta wonder how did they got around getting stuff done for them or to others on the ship, if they did not speak english).
We are also told that Domitilla still sees in her dreams a woman with a fractured face who "looked like a madonna who cried blood, resigned in her sorrow. Which was not just pain of smashed nerves and bones, but of a broken spirit. "I will never forget that look", Domitilla explains, "it explained everything, in a chilling instant, telling of those agonizing moments".
Funny how I don't remember seeing pictures of this woman with a broken face, or those of any other wounded survivor. I think fakery central is misplacing here details from the Oslo bombing.