...I am guessing that the creation of the non-french victims is left to the different countries, where tailored identities have to be designed to better suit that particular public and the political moment in the country.
Enters Valeria Solesin
, our Italian vicsim
The sloppy Italian secret service (or whatever scumbag entity is dedicated to this despicable job) didn't put too much effort in creating images for this alleged 28 y.o. victim of the Bataclan shooting, putting her in clothes and props unsuited for her age and giving her this unfortunate hair do.
Like many, too many of the victims portraits in this story she has that fake blurred background and a half-professional look to her portrait that immediately disqualifies it as a credible facebook photo (go ahead and try to get that blurred background with a phone camera). On top of that, as clearly visible, she is a digital product as she features the dead eyes of one Brevik or a Kouachi virtual person.
To understand the pathetic tailoring of this virtual identity, we must see it against the background of Italian politics. First off, Valeria has been given the label of "Emergency volunteer". Emergency
is an Italian NGO that clearly works as a front for the secret service/military interests, but which is bathed in an aura of left-wing anti-establishment stance, and thus makes it the perfect back story for a character that has to be beloved and at the same time has to make us feel guilty for having subconsciously doubted the truth of this little theater called global politics.
Valeria Solesin's mother has declared
to the press (naturally, she did so ONE DAY after finding out that her daughter died in the shooting, as we all know Italian mothers are known for quickly recovering from the tragic and unexpected loss of their sons and daughters) that Valeria was a "great citizen".
Now, "citizen" is a term used in Italian politics as of recently to identify supporters of the "Cinque stelle" (five stars) alleged grassroots movement (destined according to many to get to the government at the next elections), which is nothing but an extension of the Italian secret service (as it is visibly ruled by people who look like police one mile away) and probably of american/nato interests.
The three "politicians" (or policemen) in charge of the "cinque stelle" movement
More of Valeria:
...Is she balding or something?
Sorry for not providing sources for all of the above, they're all from a quick google search. I have little time and wanted to put down some ideas. Will extend this later this weekend.