Claudio Giardiello, the 57year old man that last April 9th injured his nephew Davide Limongelli, former partner George Erba, advocate Lorenzo Claris Appiani, and wounded the accountant Stefano Verna and finally killed the judge Ferdinand Ciampi in the Milan Court-house, allegedly entered easily, even though the entrance was well supervised with an alarm which went off.
These are the recent findings of the investigating Prosecutor in Brescia, and reported by Corriere della Sera. The man at the Milan court, is supposed to have passed through a principle entrance-provided with metal detectors- passing through without any problem.
According to the reconstruction made by the Corriere della Sera, and though poor quality images taken by the cameras, it is possible to see Giardiello standing in line waiting for his turn to enter. A person in front of him made the alarm go off and someone intervened with manual scanners. Then it was the turn of Giardiello, after putting a bag on the conveyor-belt enters with the metal detector working. The unit turns on, but the guards clearly donot submit him to any additional check, but rather seem to nod to to him to advance.