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Marco Pantani

Postby Diego Sahagún » Mon Aug 04, 2014 6:20 pm

I start this topic about Pantani's mysterious death. Roberto (chaberton) and me wrote about that in the "Tour de France 2014" thread.

http://www.gazzetta.it/Ciclismo/04-08-2 ... 6815.shtml (in Italian)
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Re: Marco Pantani

Postby Diego Sahagún » Mon Aug 04, 2014 6:25 pm

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Re: Marco Pantani

Postby chaberton » Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:09 am

"The Last Days of Marco Pantani"
an investigation book by the French journalist Philippe Brunel. Image


Marco Pantani did not choose his death. Agree on loneliness. Cocaine. Barbiturates. The nightly rounds and whores. Agree on the dissolute life lived as a monastic existence distraction of the sample. Agree on the man injured. Bent. Dishonored. Thirsty in disgrace and shame which seeks end to find it. I agree on everything. But this is not about his death ...

February 14, 2004 Marco Pantani was found dead in the Residence Le Rose di Rimini. It is the dramatic climax of a long tragedy, which began June 5, 1999 in Madonna di Campiglio, when the Pirate had been kicked out of the Tour of Italy as a result of a blood test that he had detected a hematocrit level above the permitted; From that moment, a succession of depression and debauchery. For this reason, no one is surprised when, after an investigation lasting only 55 days, the death of cyclist most beloved of recent decades is stored as an accidental death by overdose. But the French journalist Philippe Brunel, who knew Pantani, seeks to shed light on the circumstances of a death too many verses dark. Why was excluded the presence of other people in the room of the residence, so much so that were not even fingerprinted? And how did the Pirate to ravage the apartment without scal. rsi even a fingernail? Above all, because the doctor who performed the autopsy brought home his own heart "in the fear that someone will trafugasse"? Who would have to hide it, if you really Pantani died accidentally? Gianni Mura wrote: "The book of Brunel is a reporter from against/investigation true, complete with dates and times. So it can be read as the story of agony very long and unclear. Unlike other books published in Italy, this does not deal with quantities of a lifetime. nite very soon: the Galibier, Alpe d'Huez, all this is well known. It is the shadow zone, the vortex more and more dark and vast that attracts Pantani, to attract Brunel, after the final descent into the underworld of the Pirate. I confess that my first reaction, arrived last page, was this: to ask questions even uncomfortable, really had to think about a Frenchman? Why not one of us, an Italian journalist, those who have followed in goodness Pantani (apparent) and a little 'less worse (real)? I replied that was fine by us. An accident on. And I closed the book with an ugly thought: If only Marco Pantani was very alive, much was left to die alone. "
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Re: Marco Pantani

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Re: Marco Pantani

Postby chaberton » Tue Oct 14, 2014 4:13 pm

Pantani, another mystery
A fax changes the time of death


from " CORRIERE DELLA SERA" Italian Newspaper (14.10.2014)

A fax forgotten among old papers investigative ten years even more colors of yellow death of Marco Pantani, on which the prosecutor of Rimini, last August, has reopened an investigation with the hypothesis of murder. It's a party fax at 20:50 16 February 2004, 48 hours after the discovery of the body of the runner. The coroner Giuseppe Fortuni sender, recipient of the magistrate Paolo Gengarelli Rimini, who was in charge of the autopsy Fortuni. The doctor, with the words' reserved and urgent, "he wrote:" At the end of the autopsy on the body, to inform you that the death can be dated to around 17 hours of February 14, 2004 ... At the current state of forensic investigations , the cause may be indicated in a terminal cardiovascular collapse. "

But in the final 240-page report, filed a month later, the place of death changed dramatically: according Fortuni, Pantani died between 11.30 and 12.30, as shown by the data collected by those who first inspected the corpse at the Residence Le Rose di Rimini (Dr. Francesco Toni) and from the evidence of the autopsy. Hours confirmed by recent appraisal of Professor Francesco Maria Avato, a consultant to the Pantani family, which merely postpone death for 15 minutes. Giuseppe Fortuni is an authority in the field: on his autopsy table have passed the bodies of Ayrton Senna and Meredith Kercher. Why formalize a time of death, incompatible with the scientific evidence?

But there is another aspect of that time disturbing. When police discovered the dead body, the wrist of Pantani, clearly visible in the footage of the scientific Corriere della Sera has seen in its entirety, there is the Rolex Daytona when Mark was tied up. The clock is stopped. Mark five to five. One detail that (like fingerprints or cocaine present on a glass and bottle on a side of the body) is neglected. The Daytona was returned to the family that has preserved as a relic. According to the technical (but now the chronograph, never used, has been launched in an accurate appraisal) a model so sophisticated, self-winding, stops only when it remains motionless for at least fifty hours or a strong shock. The shot clock Pantani has undergone at least 5 5 of 14 February. At five in the morning Pantani was certainly alive. At 17 he was dead for five hours, depending on the medical expertise official legal or dying according to the first report sent by Fortuni. And here the yellow turns to black, because if Pantani died around 12 (as confirmed by objective data and indisputable) must explain why the clock stops at 17, the same time indicated in the first report of Fortuni.

In front of the chief prosecutor of Rimini, Paolo Giovagnoli, these days parading old and new witnesses of the investigation. Among them, at least two, indicated by Antonio De Rensis, the statutory Pantani, able to dismantle one of the assumptions of the investigators unshakable: what in the room B5 of Residence Le Rose di Rimini has not entered any three days before the death of Pirate at the time of the discovery of the corpse. Surely someone in that room came before his death, and probably even after someone. Someone whose actions may have caused the blocking of the clock and resulted in the now obvious staging of a room 'making completely upside down in a cocaine delirium "where, however, was not only found a damaged object, including mirrors and ceramics, gently flat on the floor. Organized chaos in a death of organized now beginning to have a little 'too.
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Re: Marco Pantani

Postby chaberton » Tue Oct 21, 2014 4:42 pm

THE ITALIAN :twisted: UNDERWORLD :evil: WAS INVOLVED IN SPORTS RESULTS (CLANDESTINE BETTING) of Marco Pantani?

The former head of the underworld of Milan, Renato Vallanzasca, was heard as a witness by the police, at the behest of prosecutors of Forlì part of the investigation into the death of Marco Pantani. Renato Vallanzasca (named the "Beautiful René") had told him that he had heard in prison, rumors about an alleged plot against the Pirate (Pantani). Vallanzasca had reported, in a letter to the mother of Pantani and in a book about his life, a lifer who had approached him and said: '' I do not know how, but the bald man (Pantani) did not finish the race, '' And after June 5, 1999, the day of the disqualification of the sample, rejoined 'to say:' 'Did you hear? The bald has been made out, disqualified '.' According to lawyers for the family Pantani, the Pirate would be put in a position to be disqualified, with the alteration of the blood to be doing the hematocrit 51.9, almost two points above the upper limit of 50, and on the same days, in Cesenatico, while it ran 11 / a stage, threatened with death by those who had an interest in not finish the race.

From ANSA Associated Press Italy
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Re: Marco Pantani

Postby Diego Sahagún » Mon Nov 24, 2014 6:19 pm

IL CUORE (PERDUTO) DI MARCO PANTANI: http://blog.cyclingpro.it/2014/11/04/il ... o-pantani/
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