The Italian authorities opened an investigation into two persons suspected of killing a 26-year-old Romanian woman in Florence, with the two suspects being involved in similar cases that occurred several years ago, according to sources quoted by RAI TV public station. One of the suspects was questioned once again in connection to an incident that took place in March 2013, when an Italian prostitute aged 46 years was similarly tortured, being saved by the Carabinieri (the national military police of Italy). Another man is considered a suspect in an incident that occurred in 2006 when a prostitute was tied with a rope and was raped. The man was tried and acquitted in 2009. The investigators established that the adhesive tape used to tie to Romanian prostitute before being tortured to death is of the same type as that used from 2006 to March 2014 at the Teaching Hospital Careggi, the biggest ??in Tuscany and the third biggest hospital in Italy. The body of Andrea Cristina Zamfir (26, originating in Hunedoara) was found “crucified” on the outskirts of Florence, the victim showing signs of torture.