Avoidance of incapacity and induction into marriage: These are the accusations made against a foreign woman who, in vulnerable circumstances, was about to marry an elderly person from the town of Soncino in the province of Cremona. It was condemned by the local police department, and the memo said that marriage “can have serious consequences, from an economic point of view, to the detriment of victims and heirs, and also to the harm associated with marriage.” It may have an impact of an economic nature.”Citizenship of women”.
Fortunately, however, the alleged fraud fell through in time. Alarm bells were, as usual, set off by investigators by the listing of the marriage in the municipality’s Praetorian registry a few weeks before the ceremony. The military recognized a woman who had lived with a man with whom she had already had a child. At the time of being listed on the register, the elderly (and her future husband), who was awaiting an actual celebration, was also hospitalized for the delicate operation of amputating her hand, followed by lengthy rehabilitation.
In a situation like this, the woman would have put pressure on the city hall to get the wedding date as soon as possible, even if it was at a medical facility. A series of circumstances that persuaded the Carabinieri to investigate the matter revealed the suspicion of fraud. The woman reportedly wanted to return to her home country immediately after marriage.