Emanuela Orlandi: New evidence suggests gang member confessed to 1983 kidnap of Italian teen

New evidence in a mysterious Italian cold case has come to light, implicating an underworld gang in the disappearance of a Vatican schoolgirl almost 40 years ago.

Emanuela Orlandi was on her way home from a flute lesson in Rome when she disappeared near the city’s Piazza Navonaon on June 22, 1983 – at the age of just 15.

The vanishing of Orlandi, the daughter of a Vatican employee, has horrified and intrigued Italians for decades. Theories around her disappearance have run rife – with some convinced the Holy See knows more about the case than it has revealed.

Some say it was an attempt to blackmail the Vatican to release Mehmet Ali Agca – a Turk jailed in 1981 for trying to assassinate Pope John Paul II.

Another theory put forward in 2012 by an exorcist said she was kidnapped by a member of the Vatican police to be used as a sex slave and later murdered.

Others said there is a connection to the grave of Enrico De Pedis, a mobster buried in a Rome basilica who was a boss inside…

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