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Madagascar lynching victim father-of-two from Palermo

(ANSA) - Palermo, October 4 - The Italian victim of a mob who lynched three people they thought were trafficking organs in Madagascar Thursday was a Palermo-born drifter who separated from the mother of his two children years ago and went to live in France, acquaintances in the Sicilian capital said Friday. Roberto Gianfalla, who had Itali...
Madagascar lynching victim father-of-two from Palermo
(ANSA) - Palermo, October 4 - The Italian victim of a mob who lynched three people they thought were trafficking organs in Madagascar Thursday was a Palermo-born drifter who separated from the mother of his two children years ago and went to live in France, acquaintances in the Sicilian capital said Friday. Roberto Gianfalla, who had Italian and French passports, lived rough and gave up a string of menial jobs soon after being hired, they said. "He lived like a tramp," said jeweler Tullio Marceca. "He lived in a dilapidated house in an alley near here.
He was a good guy but he sometimes lost control.
We helped him many times.
We bought him food, clothes and a little gas stove to cook with. "He was unemployed and one time I got him a job in a pizzeria, near the Vucciria market.
But he packed it in after a month because he said it was too much work". Tullio's son Fabrizio said he had kept in touch with Gianfalla on Facebook. "The last time I heard from him he said he was going to Madagascar". Residents on the northeast Madagascar tourist island of Nosy Be went on a day-long rampage after a missing eight-year-old was reportedly found dead, killing Gianfalla and a French tourist, Sébastien Judalet, as well as an unidentified local man. They burned the bodies on a beach.

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