Silvia Romano: Italian Kidnapped in Kenya Said to be Ivory Smuggler

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Former Mossad Agent
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Silvia Romano: Italian Kidnapped in Kenya Said to be Ivory Smuggler

Post by Former Mossad Agent » Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:21 am

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“Police investigations indicate that Italian aid worker Silvia Romano, who was abducted from a remote village in Kilifi county had bought ivory pieces from Said Adan Abdi, one of the suspected abductors on November 20, 2018 moments before she was abducted from her hotel room by three armed men.

Police investigations reveal that Romano was in constant communication with one of the kidnappers a few days prior to her abduction.

Police now believe that it was a business deal gone sour after Romano, who had bought unknown amount of illegal ivory from Abdi failed to pay for the illegal ivory which had been supplied to her and managed to smuggle out of the country since April 2017.”
http://www.mediamaxnetwork.co.ke/505949 ... ops-claim/

Alternative Theory About Silvia Romano Work in Kenya

One thing about Silvia Romano that indicates she is not who she claimed to be is that the media has been dead silent about her abduction, including media from her country, Italy. Even big international media companies have ignored her ‘abduction’. Why?

If the ivory story is true, then, why would international media cover up for a common criminal? That doesn’t make any sense.

I would only believe the ivory smuggling story if and only if Ms Romano is a non-Jewish Italian.

If she a Jewish Italian, as seems likely, then her mission was most likely the destabilisation of Kenya. Mossad, or whoever she works for, has to come up with a convincing story, by giving clues that lead to ivory smuggling.

If this theory is true, then her employer has already sneaked her out of the country.

It would be naïve for anyone to think that the destabilisation experienced in south-eastern Kenya in the past few years is solely the work of al-Shabaab.

Kenya police need to make public information about Ms Romano - her background, ethnicity, where she studied etc.

If any external entity pressures Kenya police not to do that, then that would be confirmation that she was involved in activities meant to destabilise the country; and in that case, police should ignore the foreign entities and make the matter public, as a matter of national security.

Further, this matter should be handled by the top detectives in Kenya, in liaison with the NIS.

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Silvia Romano: Italian Kidnapped in Kenya Said to be Ivory Smuggler

Post by fourier » Tue Feb 19, 2019 2:54 am

Apart from Sylvia Constanza Romano, all the other foreign abductions in Kenya, 3 in total, have occurred within 100 kilometres of the Somalia border, and in all cases, the Somalia-based terrorist group, al-Shabaab, has claimed responsibility.

UK couple David and Judith Tebbutt kidnapped in Kiwayu, Lamu county - Less than 50km from Somalia. al-Shabaab claimed responsibility.

Marie Dedieu, 66, from France, kidnapped in Manda island, Lamu county - Less than 100km from Somalia. al-Shabaab claimed responsibility.

Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) aid workers from Spain, Montserrat Serra y Ridao, 40 & Blanca Thiebaut, 30: kidnapped in the Dadaab refugee camp, Garissa county - Less than 100km from Somalia. al-Shabaab claimed responsibility.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-15332410

Sylvia was abducted in Chakama, Kilifi county, more than 300km from Somalia border. Although it is not impossible, it would have been extremely difficult for the kidnappers to cross over to Somalia because the area near the border is swarmed by Kenya army.

Kenya police also reacted quickly and sent reinforcements to block any unauthorised persons or vehicles in the area from moving towards Somalia. So where is Miss Sylvia Romano? Was the kidnap genuine?

More than 3 months since her “kidnap”, yet no ransom demand; no propaganda from al-Shabaab gloating about a successful kidnap deep inside Kenya.

Don’t want to speculate, but does this Romano case influence Italian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, Matteo Salvini’s rather unusual position about the global power structure recently?

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Silvia Romano “Presumably” Still Kidnapped, Italian President Says

Post by Cassano » Mon Mar 18, 2019 11:57 am

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According to my online translator, the image statement in Italian translates to:

“15 March 2019…The President of the Republic[Italy] Sergio Mattarella, in Ancona, joined the thought addressed by the president of the student council Pasquale La Serra to the 23-year-old cooperator Silvia Romano, kidnapped in Kenya on November 20, run near Chakama and still presumably a prisoner of her kidnappers.
http://www.rainews.it/dl/rainews/artico ... bfbdf.html
NOTE: Apparently, President Mattarella gave the statement above only after someone asked him a question about Ms Romano.

From another Italian language website, dated 14 March 2019:
“…Was there a request for a ransom? Are negotiations underway with the kidnappers? Is Silvia still in Kenya? Unanswered questions, 114 days after the abduction, while anguish grows over the fate of the Milanese cooperative.”
https://www.ilgiorno.it/milano/cronaca/ ... -1.4489732

Obviously, very powerful figures are playing with peoples’ minds, hoping that people will soon forget about the “kidnapping”.

Certainly, Kenya has received the short end of the stick in all these shenanigans.

It is not in doubt that (((powerful figures))) have pressured Government of Kenya(GoK) not to release information about who “Ms Romano” really is. However, it is in Kenya’s interest for details about Silvia Romano “kidnapping” and her current wherebouts to be made public because the matter has a strong bearing on Kenya’s national security.

It is inconceivable that someone can travel all the way from Europe to come and engage DIRECTLY in the illegal and dangerous ivory trade in Kenya.

This leaves only one other possibility - The Obvious.

Governments all over the world engage in strategic leaking of information that can help solve a certain crime if they cannot release it officially due to certain legal or political constraints.

GoK needs to do that ASAP regarding this case.

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