The discovery of a man who faked his suicide ten years ago and was tracked down in Greece by a program on Italian public television (RAI) has caused surprise in Italy, where the divorce proceedings initiated by his ex-partner are the key his search was.
“He is not a man or a father,” his ex-wife said on the RAI program “Who Saw It?” after the images were broadcast in which the person asked the television crew that found him to leave and to say that they hadn’t seen him.
Adamo Guerra, 55, left a suicide note in 2013 in which he told his parents about his suicide and asked them to help his ex-partner and his daughters: “Now is the time to finish. I will try to take this final step. “Well, to spare them the pain of a funeral,” he wrote.
And although his body was not found, his family assumed he was dead: his car showed up in the port of Ancona (center) and after inconclusive police investigations, they assumed he had drowned in the sea and his remains therefore were never found. recover.
The reality was very different, as Guerra had taken a boat to the Greek city of Patras, where he had lived since his disappearance and where he was staying after his ex-wife started divorce proceedings.
“The lawyer called me and told me that my husband was not missing,” said the woman, explaining that in 2022 a certain Adamo Guerra applied to register as an Italian citizen residing in Greece and that she initially thought that this was a case of identity theft.
The woman turned to an RAI program that searches for missing people to understand what had happened and found the reality after Guerra confirmed to the RAI team that it was him and then asked her so to act as if they hadn’t heard anything.
“He is not a man, not a father, there are no words to describe it,” said the ex-wife, perplexed when she saw his reaction.