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    Death of a fourteen year old boy: in search of justice

     
    "It will be a survey of the judiciary to clarify the exact dynamics of the accident in which he lost his life this morning in Reggio Emilia student 14 years Agyemang Sylvester, originally from Ghana: the boy, resident in Rubiera, was getting off the bus and was headed to school, the school Scaruffi-Levi, when, for reasons still under investigation, has been dropped. Rushed to the hospital Santa Maria Nuova died shortly after admission. According to preliminary information available to the Municipal Police, to cause the death was a fracture in the neck area". On the morning of January 13, 2014 , the local and national newspapers carried the news of the death of a 14 year old boy in Reggio Emilia , Italy . After more than five months after that sad and painful story , it was discovered that the bus seized by the authorities is a wrong bus . An incredible story , shameful for the Italian justice system that shows once again not to work well. Today , May 10 , the Ghanaian community took to the streets to demand justice , to seek the truth about the death of Sylvester . But the question is: are the authorities really want to find the culprit? In the photographs, the parents of Sylvester wearing the red shirt with the face of their lost son .

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