A young Italian man plummeted from a seventh-floor apartment in Poland — first responders found traces of darknet LSD and alcohol (interview of witness included)

Salvatore Cipolletti was a 24-year-old Italian university student who died in Poland just after midnight on March the 9th of 2019 after falling from the seventh floor of a rented apartment in Warsaw. It was first thought they’re traveling for a Call of Duty meet-up, but the gang of friends wanted to party instead, as reported by QuiNewsValdera.

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The group of three people Salvatore was with, Polish Jakub Rębisz, Italian Iacopo Michelotti, and another Croatian man, Adam, were on vacation in Warsaw, Poland.

They were allegedly consuming LSD bought from darknet platforms and hard liquor. A preliminary investigation revealed that Salvatore jumped voluntarily from the balcony, but his parents want a full inquiry on the circumstances. More so, the main reason would be a girl back in Italy of unrequited love.

Polish police were the only investigators on-site and classified the twenty-meter fall as a suicide. However, the family decided to file an “esposto querela contro ignoti” at the Office of the Public Prosecutor of Pisa. Meaning that the family asks for an investigation against unknown parties by Italian prosecutors. Such a legal endeavor should prompt an in-depth inquiry by Italian criminologists. The family has been vehement about the fact that their son wasn’t a drug user and neither depressed.

Lawyer Ivo Gronchi represents the mourning family of the Italian commune of Ponsacco. He addressed the tragedy after almost two weeks after the fact. The young man was first spotted lifeless by two tourists walking down the boulevard within a foot of the building itself.

He had precipitated from a seventh-floor balcony of a shared apartment where he and his friends were drinking and using what seems to be darkweb-ordered LSD

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The apartment room of the seven-floor block in Warsaw 


Salvatore having fun in Poland in the company of friends and girls


More from Lawyer Ivo Gronchi:

“Surely the contact between Salvatore, the Italian friend from Lucca, named Iacopo, and the other Polish friend happened through online games.”

“For the boy, it was the fourth trip to Poland, and the second time he was in that apartment on the seventh floor with the two friends. Unlike his Croatian friend (with which Cipolletti had found himself to take the plane from Venice) we do not know if he knew him in person, before this trip.”

“Extensive evidence of these trips can also be found on the boy’s social media profile, several times in the company of his friend from the Italian city of Lucca and Poland.”

“In a previous trip, in August, the three boys had been to Poland to play video games. Compared to this last trip the parents didn’t know if their son had gone to Warsaw to play video games,” Gronchi said.

“From what we have heard, from a translator from the Italian embassy, the Polish police have cataloged the death of Salvatore as a suicide. However, Salvatore’s body had to be returned to us today, but the delivery has been later moved to Monday or Tuesday. We don’t know if a supplementary investigation is planned. We are evaluating with the family the possibility of hiring a Polish lawyer who takes care of our interests on the spot and puts more pressure on the judicial authority of Warsaw to reveal what happened.”

Regarding Salvatore’s death, lawyer Gronchi reiterated what was communicated by the embassy:

“They let us know that the versions of the three witness boys (the friend from Lucca, the Polish, and the Croatian) are very similar. The trio stated that a few minutes after midnight Salvatore would have dropped the phone and would have gotten up to jump down from the window.”

“Salvatore’s body was found on the ground at midnight hours 00:20 (12:20 AM), lawyer Gronchi continued, we know that from 11:58 to 00:17, via Whatsapp, he sent phrases and audio recordings to a girl he was seeing in Italy. In these messages, there was the name of a fifth person who wasn’t with Salvatore or his friends.”

As for the other possible lead ways in this story, namely, the traces of LSD found by the first Polish investigators, lawyer Gronchi added:

“We were also told by the embassy that in the apartment the police found traces of LSD, in addition to a virtually intact bottle of rum. Looking in Salvatore’s belongings, we found PCs and passwords that would seem to indicate the young man has accessed to the deep web.”

The dark web is the non-indexed part of the internet where the implicated would have possibly ordered the darknet LSD. Various onion links and darknet markets were found to have been accessed by Salvatore:

“Salvatore had access to the deep web, and it is assumed that he also had a Bitcoin portfolio,” Layer Gronchi declared.

Salvatore’s family, the mother of Thai origins and his Italian father, are denying the boy was using drugs. Her only son, the mother declared that Salvatore didn’t even smoke. The young man had even asked his father to smoke outside.


A few days before leaving, he went to his trusted hairdresser and enthusiastically talked to him about the planned trip. Even a day before the unfortunate incident, on Mother’s day of 8th of March 2019, he surprised his mother at work with a mimosa bouquet. They were working in the same mechanical assemblies company. Also, the boy was enrolled at a mechanical engineering university in Rome. He followed the courses from home. He would soon have had his first exam.

His casket is set to be repatriated after a slight delay, lawyer Ivo Gronchi:

“The coffin should depart on Monday and arrive in Ponsacco on Tuesday. This is what the Italian embassy told us. Funerals are scheduled on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, let us say that we will present this statement so that further inquiries are made. But not Monday, we must talk to other people and to clarify other aspects of this story, before going to the Public Prosecutor”.

As for the WhatsApp audios he sent around midnight, the lawyer continued:

“I heard the audios, one of 7 seconds and the other of 55 seconds, people under the influence talking and laughing in the background while Salvatore wasn’t.

Those messages were sent by the young man a few minutes before his death to a co-worker girl named Valeria. The messages, sent just a few minutes before the fatal act, were addressed to the girl. Most intriguing is the fact that Salvatore kept obsessively repeating the name of another Polish man who was not with them in the apartment.

Salvatore was talking about suicide with the girl, openly:


         We’ll leave our mark, it will be our suicide… I left a mark, so I fucking won.”

What’s more noteworthy is the fact that in the audible background  according to Gronchi  the two other friends seem to discourage him by saying:

“No, not this type of a mark.”

Salvatore’s family was visited by some friends and ex-colleagues of Salvatore. Among the visitors, on Fathers Day, Valeria passed by the house and left a letter and a box of chocolates:

“Salvatore would have given them to you — the woman wrote to Salvatore’s father — to celebrate with you.”

Valeria evidently did not dare to knock on the door, fearing of disturbing the family in such a terrible time. She left a piece of paper with a few lines, to reiterate to Carmine and Mary that Salvatore was a good man, heartfelt, and above all, madly in love with his family.

Carmine Cipolletti replied in a short interview:

“I held the note in my hands, I was moved — says Carmine Cipolletti — those words melted my heart, because there is a description of what my son was. An exceptional boy, who loved sports, studying, and life. So much so that he would never have committed suicide. I’m sure he didn’t consciously fly down from the seventh floor. Some of the guys in the apartment that night know something they haven’t said yet. They know the truth.”

Jakub, one of Salvatore Cipolletti’s friends of Polish origin gives an interview to the LaNazione on the unfortunate event.

output-onlinepngtoolsHe was there, along with the Croatian man and Iacopo, the Italian friend from the city of Lucca. All fans of online games. “But the game has nothing to do with this,” says Jakub, who gives an interview hoping to elucidate the facts. A long discussion ensued where he remembers “Cipo,” as he called Salvatore: “A boy with a big heart.”

Salvatore was his friend, right?
“He was a great friend of mine, I’d say…”

Did you make other trips together?
“Yes, we have been to several places before like Prague and Bucharest.”

Did you see him upset or worried the night he died?
“Cipo had a broken heart.”

For a woman? Or had he given any other concerns?
“He has seen no reason to live. He was a very intelligent person, and he was studying complex subjects. He had a crush on a girl; he talked about it very openly. I am telling all this because of the many false and ferocious things that have been said about us these days. Some have tried to pass us off as murderers, not caring about our feelings. With little information, it is impossible to get a story out of it. It’s like assembling a puzzle without most of the pieces.”

What happened then, that night? Tell us.
“It was a closed party, among old friends who had known each other for more than five years. Cipo was clearly angry for a couple of weeks. We were on the sidelines having fun, and we made plans for the other days. We were hoping to talk about his problems in person. Going on into the night, Cipo was becoming more and more self-enclosed and holding the phone. At one point, he stood up and did what he did. The police are investigating: they made every effort to understand what happened. When the results will be finally sent to the Italian police, everyone will realize that this story is hurting us. As well as all these suspicions.”

What was said wrong?
“I’ll make it simple. There was no fifth man. There was no murder. Cipo talked to Adrian on the phone for ten minutes on an issue that only the three of us could know.”

And the sign of which he speaks in the audio file?
“Leave a mark? It’s a phrase that didn’t mean to us the moment he was saying it. After what happened, I reconstructed and understood. He was scratching the table with something sharp… and we said not to do it.”

And does online gaming have anything to do with this?
“We never played Call of Duty. We played several games, spending time together in voice chat for five years.”

So you weren’t in Warsaw to play?
“Right, it was a holiday.”

The presence of drugs was hypothesized. Is it possible that Salvatore used drugs?
“He was using legal things that helped him deal with his anxiety problems.

Nothing was offered to Salvatore”, adds the young man, “to be honest, I do not worry because I know we are innocent”.

Is it true that relief efforts were only called by two Dutch tourists?
“I called the ambulance immediately after he jumped.”

Have you talked to Salvatore’s parents after what happened?
“They could’ve talked to me, but they wanted to talk to Iacopo because they don’t speak English. They talked to him for about fifteen minutes. At that moment I was beside him.”

Funerals took place at the end of March 2019 at the church of San Giovanni Evangelista in Ponsacco. The boy’s mother, Suphapron Thiansamran (photo below), known to all in Ponsacco as Mary, had this to say at the end of the ceremony:

“Salvatore is no longer here because of wrong friends, not because of Internet games.”


Parents Suphapron “Mary” Thiansamran and Carmine Cipolletti

Words confirmed by Salvatore’s work co-workers from Axis Group:

“Out with the truth!

He was a golden boy, who loved the gym and life. He was very happy to leave for Poland, we had seen him on Friday 8th, the day before he left,” the workers continue. “Salvatore did not commit suicide, something strange happened in that house, we are sure of it.”

The family was also visited by Salvatore’s ex-high-school colleagues of Liceo del Pesenti in Cascina, where he graduated in accounting. Even the boys who grew up together with Salvatore are shocked and incredulous. They don’t believe that Salvatore has decided lucidly and consciously to throw himself from the seventh floor. The atmosphere, during the funeral, was full of pain, tension, and anger.

At Salvatore’s funeral, Valeria was also present. The young man had written to her just a few minutes before he died. Pointing to the name of a young Polish man who was not in the apartment, but who is a friend on Cipolletti’s Facebook, then sending her a message: “It’s our moment, our suicide…”


Salvatore’s mental health status before his fatal gesture is still unknown. The forensic and toxicologic analysis done by the Polish investigators will determine if the family will pursue charges against illegal activity on Italian soil. Meaning that if Salvatore or one of his friends has demonstrably committed unlawful acts on Italian territory, the investigation should extend to Italian jurisdiction. A very strong lead might be the fact that Salvatore had accessed the darknet from his house.

The inquiry is pending as the saddening case reveals to be even more complicated. Salvatore’s root motive has yet to be identified as he appeared to have a fulfilling life both socially and economically. In fact, his Facebook page reveals a flourishing young man surrounded by friends, family, and women. 

After all, substance abuse might have also influenced him in committing such an erratic act. Alcohol in combination with LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) is known to provoke powerful hallucinations and damage the decision-making prefrontal cortex of the brain. The prefrontal cortex is under development until the age of 25 and has been linked to an individual’s will to live, decision making, and personality.

SOURCE: https://www.quinewsvaldera.it/varsavia-polonia-salvatore-cipolletti-morto-giovane-volato-settimo-piano-parla-avvocato-ivo-gronchi.htm




Jakub Rębisz INTERVIEW: https://www.lanazione.it/pontedera/cronaca/salvatore-cipolletti-ponsacco-jakub-volo-varsavia-indagini-1.4502510


Ivo Gronchi INTERVIEW:

More information on the types of Italian lawsuits: http://www.tribunale.gorizia.giustizia.it/it/Content/Index/31120

If you or someone you know suffers from depression or has suicidal tendencies please contact The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 (U.S.) or find your country’s suicide prevention lifeline, here.

Remember: people care about you and no problem is unsolvable. Seek help now!


Operation “No Web” resulted in one arrest and two other indicted for child pornography and aggravated fraud on the darkweb in Turin — all suspects were public officials at the Venaria’s municipal office

Three public employees from the Italian municipal office of Venaria Reale, Via Goito street in Turin, are indicted for child pornography and aggravated fraud. Police officers found a total of 38 thousand files of which two thousand depicting minors in profoundly disturbing sexual or even violent situations. The files are thought to have been downloaded in the last six months.

More shockingly is the fact that previously, a female employee had reported suffering an anonymous sexual attack. She had left her water bottle on her desk overnight, and the next morning she found it of a strange color and consistency. Lab results showed the bottle had been contaminated with semen.

“We have evidence that under some circumstances, the suspects for child pornography offenses have masturbated in the office, police commander Luca Vivalda declared.

The first arrested municipal worker has been fired from office. He’s a 61-year-old man from the accountancy and economics office, accused of peculation, fraud, and child pornography. The second suspect is his wife, a personnel office employee who is charged with fraud. The third suspect is another employee from the planning office also charged with trafficking child pornography.

Investigators found that between September the 26th of 2018 and February the 5th of 2019, almost 38 thousand pornographic files were downloaded from the computers of the arrested employee and that of the reported colleague, including photos and videos. Of these, 2127 with minors. Almost eight thousand files in the period from December the 31st of 2018 to February the 5th of 2019, with nearly 500 videos or photos with children.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the pedopornography was saved and re-sold on the darknet. A theory also confirmed by the disproportionate figures found on the seized bank accounts. One of the two subjects had also created a database with all the visited porn sites and those that would still have to access.

“I’m not ashamed to say that, seeing some pictures showing children tortured and raped, I vomited,” said police commander Luca Vivalda.

The inquiry started when computer technicians observed a slow and overloaded network between 9 in the morning to 18 in the evening. Moreso, the municipality had recently installed a vast bandwidth network for reducing operational timing.

“But something was not going well, since the exchange of information was very slow, which is why I asked the technicians of the company that installed the software on our tablets, and it is thanks to this intervention that we have discovered the anomalies, with the often slow and overloaded network, thus giving life to the investigation, the arrest, and the two complaints”, explains Luca Vivalda.

The pair was downloading 60-70 megabytes out of the 100 megabytes available to the City, every day. Investigations have shown that the arrested culprit had a second “job” as an online gambler and trader on the stock exchange.

Also under questioning is the wife of the 61-year-old man who is accused of falsely attributing worked hours to the suspects:

“I want to be good and say that one worked a week in six months and the other one did not. They justified only the minimum working hours required by the union, says Luca Vivalda. Mayor Falcone promised he’ll check the rest of his municipality for similar cases.

On the other hand, the defense attorney of the 61-year-old culprit and wife, deny almost all accusations:

“At the current state of the investigation, the number of downloaded videos has not yet been quantified with precision and the material that, according to the Public Prosecutor’s Office, has been identified as pedopornography. Then, it is absolutely not true that my clients would have sold or divulged the material downloaded to the black market or with any other means. This profile was not even challenged by the prosecutor. Moreover, the current bank accounts of my clients are absolutely not seized. As far as his wife is concerned, the investigations have not brought out relevant responsibilities because she had no power to assign overtime and/or vacation days because of her role as a mere employee of the personnel office,” lawyer Francesco Dal Piaz declared.

According to the Italian Penal Code regarding child pornography, the group faces between six to twelve years and fines from € 24,000 to € 240,000.

Mayor Falcone Roberto (left) and Police Commander Luca Vivalda (right)

SOURCE: https://www.torinotoday.it/cronaca/Pedornografia-Inchiesta-Venaria.html


RESOURCE: https://www.brocardi.it/codice-penale/libro-secondo/titolo-xii/capo-iii/sezione-i/art600ter.html

Thirteen suspects from the Italian Lovato clan are finally being sent to court after operation “Bitcoin” successfully ended — 100 kilograms of drugs (photo) and €200,000 in cash seized

Code-named operation “Bitcoin,” sponsored by the Italian public ministry of
Benedetto Roberti has successfully ended with the capture of 100 kilograms of drugs, €200.000 in cash, and thirteen suspects sent in court on various accusations of money laundering and narcotics trafficking as of 23 of January 2019.

An underworld criminal gang known as the Lovato clan from Padova, Italy was raided on 9th of October 2018 after almost two years of infiltrating undercover agents, surveillance, and intranet monitoring — the group conducted the majority of its business through the darknet. The months of hard detective work by the Mobile Squad of Padova Police Headquarters culminated in a break-and-enter raid which resulted in the arrest of 9 people, 100 kg of drugs, and €200,000 in cash.

The sting operation resulted in 25 kilograms of hashish, 75 kilograms of marijuana, 200 grams of cocaine, hallucinogen shrooms, opium, cannabis biscuits, paraphernalia, packaging material, and the cash sum of €205 thousand.

Among the accused, is the leader of the gang Emanuele “Dottore” Lovato. A 35-year-old man originally from Verona who was in charge of the “Alexander” bar in San Francesco street.

More so, Lovato’s trusted friend, 21-year-old Piero Pasqualin is also going to court. Piero is a bass player originally from Treviso, cited as one of the thirteen suspects. Piero was in charge of Lovato’s financials. He would convert money into cryptocurrency, order drugs from the deep web, communicate with the sellers via encrypted messaging through Wicker app, and would personally unload the parcels as seen in the police surveillance photos.

Millions of euros were spent on the darkweb to buy drugs from Spain and The Netherlands through Bitcoin and Ethereum. Police estimate a total profit of €20 million which were partially laundered by Emanuele Lovato and another accomplice Marte Denyz Akyil. Both received accusations of money laundering and fiscal fraud.

Lovato was renting a €1,600 villa in Mentana street where he accommodated three of his associates: 30-year-old Raul Buta, 24-year-old Omar Abo Rai, and 29-years-old Marte Denyz Akyil. In the villa, the police found 20 kilograms of drugs cleverly hidden in a modified piece of furniture.

Furthermore, the ringleader kept drugs in his own house where he was living with his concubine Marianna Zoia. More drugs were found in two other apartments, one in Belzoni street and one in Lepanto street, both pertaining to the couple.

The chain of raids started with a breakthrough in Milan where police entered the residence of father and son Claudio and Andrea La Rosa. The duo was storing the bulk of the drugs before sending it to Padova via the courier. Police found the €205.000 in their house.

The main courier for the large drug parcels was 20-year old Francesco Di Maria who was arrested in June 2018 with 11 kilograms of marijuana at an Autogrill highway stop in the proximity of Limenella. The policemen became suspicious of a Citroen C1 car parked in the service area for too long, under the sun with the air conditioner on. The car resulted to be leased from Milan, and upon searching, they found 11 kilograms of marijuana divided in packs of one kilogram. By searching the car’s GPS, the policemen tracked the destination to a warehouse in Milan where they found 39 kilograms of marijuana and packaging material of an estimated value of €300.000 in street money.

Another stash house was located in Turin, 27-year-old Lorenzo Dal Fabbro was arrested, alongside 24-year-old Abo Raia. A total of 16 different raids were executed.

The organization was trafficking large quantities of drugs through the city of Santo. As a helping hand, Lovato involved his 37-year-old concubine, Marianna Zoia who initially denied any form of involvement. Furthermore, many other acquaintances were working for the “Doctor,” as Lovato was known locally: couriers, students, bass players, and singers, even “runners” that would get paid €100 a day to do Lovato’s bidding.

On 28th of December 2018, the public prosecutor solicited the immediate judgment of Emanuele Lovato, Marianna Zoia, Raul Buta, and Lorenzo Dal Fabbro, considered the dome of the organization. Now the process also opens up for the accomplices. They are facing a minimum of ten years of incarceration.


SOURCE: http://www.poliziadistato.it/articolo/15435bc6e1d632bdf662493618


MORE PHOTOS: https://www.padovaoggi.it/cronaca/operazione-bitcoin-spaccio-droga-lovato-fine-indagini-processo-padova-23-gennaio-2019.html




An 18-year-old prolific Italian student from Ventimiglia was found dead after falling from a 45-meter crane in Paris — DarkNet and Blue Whale among the hypothesis of the apparent suicide 

Alessio Vinci was an 18-year-old prolific student enrolled in the Aerospace Engineering University in Turin. He was found dead on Saturday 19th of January 2019 after falling from a 45-meter tower crane located in a Paris building yard, French authorities investigated.

His motive for the alleged suicide is currently unknown. However, the young man suffered after losing his mother and was living with his grandfather, Enzo, who received a modest pension. He was also of brilliant intelligence, after finishing high-school a year earlier with a perfect 100-point final exam grade. His future was looking prosperous after enrolling into the prestigious Aerospace Engineering University in Turin.

His last message to his grandfather was sent from a hotel in Paris on the same day of his death. Telling him that he had a university class and that he was the best grandfather in the world. A message that led investigators to believe a suicide possibility.


The dismay of his grandfather and teachers:

“Why was he in France?” Enzo repeats several times. “Why has he done such a thing?”

Professor Giuseppe Monticone, principal of the high-school Liceo Scientifico Aprosio, of Ventimiglia recalls:

“He was an excellent boy and student, solar, able to form a relationship with his classmates. We are really shocked by what happened.”

His former middle school teacher, Anna Maria Giovannelli commented on his commemorative Facebook page:

“He was a good boy and model student. Scholar, intelligent, polite, humble, and sensitive. Good at sports and respectful with everyone. I want to remember you happy when you played with your classmates. You missed your mother, you suffered in silence. I tried to love you like all my colleagues, the janitors, and all your companions. Believe me, it was really easy to love you.”

On the other hand, some Instagram comments indicated a connection to the darkweb underculture, more precisely “incels” or involuntary celibates, people who cannot find romantic partners despite trying.


From a certain friend named Mario Rossier: “Another brother in heaven ‘killed’ by women, may he rests in peace.”

Another user nicknamed “kainwziabai” replied: “Rest in peace, incel brother.”

The comments seem to confirm the suicide hypothesis, taking into consideration the repetitive use of the word “brother” as to describe allegiance to some group. Also, climbing dangerously high spots is typical for the suicidal darkweb game called “the blue whale.” Details are unknown, an investigation is currently underway.

SOURCE: http://www.ilgiornale.it/news/cronache/tragica-morte-alessio-sgomento-nonno-e-dei-suoi-insegnanti-1632074.html


A 15-year-old Italian female student collapses in the school bathroom and has convulsions after smoking darkweb marijuana — male friend under investigation for offering narcotics and using counterfeit

On Friday 18th of January 2019, a 15-year-old girl from the Italian city of Campobasso collapsed under aggressive convulsions after smoking what appears to be marijuana offered by one of her older male friends. She was taken to the “Cardarelli” hospital in a semi-conscious state and is under stable condition. More interesting is the fact that the results for traditional drugs came negative, meaning that the girl might have assumed designer drugs which are notoriously more chemically unstable.

Her older male friend who offered the unidentified narcotics is under police inquiry. The police searched his backpack at school as well as his house and found a number of fake €20 banknotes at his residence. Furthermore, preliminary investigations indicate that the deep web drug order was placed by the boy with money from several other individuals for a single order of between €300 and €500.


Istituto Comprensivo D’Ovidio

A day after the incident, the Mobile Squad policemen, the Provincial Health Office, and the Traffic Police were involved in an education and information class on the risks related to the consumption of drugs at the Comprehensive Institute “D’Ovidio” of Campobasso, where they held a meeting with about 50 high-school students, during which the students showed, once again, considerable interest on the subject, formulating questions to the police officers and expressing curiosity and perplexity on the topic.

The suspect is accused of violation of art. 455 of the Italian criminal code which regards spending and introducing counterfeit money into the State’s financial circulation. The penal code requires incarceration from 3 to 12 years and fines from €516 to €3.098. Adjacently, he’s investigated for drug trafficking. However, he’ll be judged as a minor and will most likely receive a suspended sentence, rehabilitation coercion, and fines.



SOURCE: http://www.ecoaltomolise.net/si-sente-male-scuola-aver-assunto-droga-indagini-della-polizia/




RESOURCE: https://www.brocardi.it/codice-penale/libro-secondo/titolo-vii/capo-i/art453.html