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20050526: Serial killer involved in another murder Valletta Serial Killer News
Nineteen years after Maria Stella Magrin from Cospicua was stabbed to death in her house, a confessant revealed the names of the two alleged murders, said Police Commissioner John Rizzo in a press conference on Tuesday evening.

Although the Police Commissioner did not disclose any names during the press conference, sources told press that one of the men involved in the murder was Silvio Mangion who is currently in jail serving other criminal and homicides sentences. He confessed with the police his involvement in the brutal killing.

Mangion was arraigned in court last week after another person confidentially informed the police that Mangion had fatally stabbed a woman in Safi around 21 years ago.

In connection with the Cospicua murder, another man from Zejtun was arrested on Monday morning while the other Zejtun man had died some years ago.

Awaiting trail on Wednesday morning together with Mangion, the man was locked up in the Depot but while under no direct surveillance by the police, the man grabbed a piece a cloth and was found hanged.

Police on duty immediately performed artificial respiration on the man and called on for professional medical assistance. Two nurses from St Luke's hospital assisted the man to hospital and he is currently in danger of losing his life.

Police will be arraigning both men in the following days.
 

20050524: Silvio Mangion admits complicity in another murder Valletta Serial Killer News
Silvio Mangion, who was accused of Rozina Zammitís murder in 1984, admitted his complicity in the murder of another elderly woman Stella Magrin. The woman was killed on 30th October, 1986 in the womanís residence in Triq Erin Serracino Inglott, Cospicua.

After interrogating the man, 40, from Zejtun, the police discovered that three persons are involved in the murder. Apart from Mangion, a prisoner and another man who is today dead entered Stellaís residence on the day of the murder.

Silvio Mangion revealed the whole story of Stella Magrinís murder. He stated that he did exactly as in Rozinaís murder.

Additionally, the prisoner involved in the murder was found in a cell at the Floriana Depot, attempting to commit suicide. Fortunately, he was rescued by the guards. He was taken to St Lukeís Hospital, where he was certified to be in a critical condition.

The police concluded that this is a case of a serial killer, since the person was involved in three murders and attempted murders, and used the same methods for the same purpose.
 

20050519: Man confesses 1984 murder Valletta Serial Killer News
The police revealed in court that Silvio Mangion, accused of Rozina Zammitís murder 21 years ago, confessed in prison that he committed the crime.

Police Inspector Chris Pullicino explained the terrible details that led to the murder. The victim was discovered dead in her house in Safi with stab wounds on her neck, chest and abdomen.

Inspector Pullicino explained that Mangion admitted that on the day of the murder, he had followed her on her way back from the 1900 CET Mass and knocked on the door of her residence. As soon as she opened the door, he attacked her and she started shouting. At this point, he stabbed her on the chest and neck and headed towards the bedroom and asked her for money.

Unfortunately, Rozina Zammit died after a while as a consequence of the grievous injuries.

The man, 40, from Zejtun is accused of the womanís murder on 8th February 1984 and of stealing from her Lm200.

Dr Renzo Porsella Flores, who is appearing for the accused, declared that he will present a request in court for the accused to be examined by a mental psychiatrist.

The case will continue on 2nd June.
 

20050526: Serial killer involved in another murder Valletta Serial Killer News
Nineteen years after Maria Stella Magrin from Cospicua was stabbed to death in her house, a confessant revealed the names of the two alleged murders, said Police Commissioner John Rizzo in a press conference on Tuesday evening.

Although the Police Commissioner did not disclose any names during the press conference, sources told press that one of the men involved in the murder was Silvio Mangion who is currently in jail serving other criminal and homicides sentences. He confessed with the police his involvement in the brutal killing.

Mangion was arraigned in court last week after another person confidentially informed the police that Mangion had fatally stabbed a woman in Safi around 21 years ago.

In connection with the Cospicua murder, another man from Zejtun was arrested on Monday morning while the other Zejtun man had died some years ago.

Awaiting trail on Wednesday morning together with Mangion, the man was locked up in the Depot but while under no direct surveillance by the police, the man grabbed a piece a cloth and was found hanged.

Police on duty immediately performed artificial respiration on the man and called on for professional medical assistance. Two nurses from St Luke's hospital assisted the man to hospital and he is currently in danger of losing his life.

Police will be arraigning both men in the following days.
 

20050524: Silvio Mangion admits complicity in another murder Valletta Serial Killer News
Silvio Mangion, who was accused of Rozina Zammitís murder in 1984, admitted his complicity in the murder of another elderly woman Stella Magrin. The woman was killed on 30th October, 1986 in the womanís residence in Triq Erin Serracino Inglott, Cospicua.

After interrogating the man, 40, from Zejtun, the police discovered that three persons are involved in the murder. Apart from Mangion, a prisoner and another man who is today dead entered Stellaís residence on the day of the murder.

Silvio Mangion revealed the whole story of Stella Magrinís murder. He stated that he did exactly as in Rozinaís murder.

Additionally, the prisoner involved in the murder was found in a cell at the Floriana Depot, attempting to commit suicide. Fortunately, he was rescued by the guards. He was taken to St Lukeís Hospital, where he was certified to be in a critical condition.

The police concluded that this is a case of a serial killer, since the person was involved in three murders and attempted murders, and used the same methods for the same purpose.
 

20050519: Man confesses 1984 murder Valletta Serial Killer News
The police revealed in court that Silvio Mangion, accused of Rozina Zammitís murder 21 years ago, confessed in prison that he committed the crime.

Police Inspector Chris Pullicino explained the terrible details that led to the murder. The victim was discovered dead in her house in Safi with stab wounds on her neck, chest and abdomen.

Inspector Pullicino explained that Mangion admitted that on the day of the murder, he had followed her on her way back from the 1900 CET Mass and knocked on the door of her residence. As soon as she opened the door, he attacked her and she started shouting. At this point, he stabbed her on the chest and neck and headed towards the bedroom and asked her for money.

Unfortunately, Rozina Zammit died after a while as a consequence of the grievous injuries.

The man, 40, from Zejtun is accused of the womanís murder on 8th February 1984 and of stealing from her Lm200.

Dr Renzo Porsella Flores, who is appearing for the accused, declared that he will present a request in court for the accused to be examined by a mental psychiatrist.

The case will continue on 2nd June.
 


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