Prosecutors said Monday, March 1, that a suspect has confessed to murdering Stefano Leo, a young man who was found stabbed to death on the banks of the River Po in Turin, Italy, in February, for the sole reason that he wanted to kill someone.The suspect, Said Machaouat, a 27-year-old Italian with Moroccan roots, turned himself in at the weekend.”I chose to kill that young man because he looked happy. And I couldn’t stand his happiness,” Machaouat said, according to the prosecutors.”The motive is spine chilling,” Turin prosecutor Paolo Borgna said.
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