Watch the Moment Filippo Claudio Giuseppe Ferlazzo Beat a Disabled Nigerian man, Alika Ogorchukwu to Death (Video)

Watch the Moment Filippo Claudio Giuseppe Ferlazzo Beat a Disabled Nigerian man Alika Ogorchukwu to Death

WARNING: Distressing content:
A rather heartbreaking video of the moment, an Italian man whom has been identified as Filippo Claudio Giuseppe Ferlazzo , 32, was seen beating a disabled Nigerian street seller in Umberto I, one of the city’s busy streets.



“Filippo Claudio Giuseppe Ferlazzo says Ogorchukwu touched his girlfriend’s arm as he tried to sell them trinkets near the train station”. He retaliated by using the man’s crutches to knock him down and fight him. But the saddest of it all was that onlookers were standing by and were busy recording with their phone while the disabled immigrant took hos last breath.



The suspect, whom several persons have said do not have any prior criminal/bad record, and is now tagged as a “fascist”, flee the scene of the incident at Civitanova Marche, Marche region, after realizing he’s probably gone too far, and reportedly taken the victim’s phone.



Emergency response arrived to the scene, tried to save him, but it was too late as he succumbed to his injuries. Police released an image that showed the body being covered in a blanket on an Italian street.




Charity Oriachi, whom introduced herself to the authorities as the victim’s wife,  told local media she cried as she was shown his body on the ground, for proper identification. 



Confirming that an autopsy report will determine if Alika Ogorchukwu died from blunt force trauma or suffocation, Matteo Luconi who is the lead investigator of the case that is now been treated as theft and homicide, has this to say during a debriefing / press conference;

“The aggressor went after the victim, first hitting him with a crutch. He made him fall to the ground, then he finished, causing the death, striking repeatedly with his bare hands.”






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