As the Brescia prosecutor already suspected, the body of a woman found in a stream near Temù, in the Brescia area, is by Laura Ziliani. This was established by the autopsy, entrusted to the forensic medicine department of the Civil Hospital of Brescia. The toxicological examination on the body will be crucial to understand which direction the investigations by the Brescia Public Prosecutor’s Office will take, which at the end of June entered the woman’s two daughters on the accused of murder in the register of suspects. At the moment, the first results of the autopsy conducted by Dr. Andrea Verzeletti have made it possible to identify the woman with certainty – thanks to a cyst under the foot and a pair of earrings – and have ruled out any signs of violence on the body. However, we learn from qualified sources, the investigators are waiting for all the checks on the body to be concluded and keep all the hypotheses open. That is that the death of Laura Ziliani may have been caused by an accident during the excursion or that it may have been caused by a third person, perhaps with poisoning. Hence the importance of the toxicological examination, which could be ready in two or three days. The fact that instead the body was found along the Oglio embankment in Temù, right near the house, may have been caused by natural causes (the current swollen by the rains, for example), that the Public Prosecutor always learns , is evaluating in depth.