IRS is searching the seat of Etrurian Bank in Civitavecchia, as part of their investigations on Luigino D’Angelo’s suicide, which occurred last November 28. The retired man owned subordinated bonds of the bank. He killed himself after having found out that his capital had been canceled.
The public prosecutor Alessandra D’Amore, office holder of the investigation on the suicide of the pensioner, is in the offices of Etrurian Bank in Civitavecchia, where she is assisting the operations she had arranged, which are carried out by the financiers of the special core of Currency Police.
Luigino D’Angelo had bought the subordinated bonds of Etrurian Bank at the beginning of 2013, investing a large part of his savings (110 thousand euros, according to some rumors). He did not manage to obtain a refund of these money and, after having found out that he had lost everything, last November 28 he killed himself, leaving a goodbye mail for his wife. “I apologize to everyone for my action – he wrote – it is not the money, it is the humiliation I have suffered”.
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