Well spotted, corsarino. The video at the parking lot clearly shows a dark VW Polo, and yet we are told that passersby at the market noticed a bright-colored car of the same kind. Apparently people even photographed him with their cellphones, as he climbed on it. We'll see if those pictures ever pop up.
From two articles on corriere.it, http://corrierefiorentino.corriere.it/f ... 6182.shtml http://corrierefiorentino.corriere.it/f ... 0978.shtml
we learn that:
1) Casseri used to build its own bullets in the basement of his brother's house (sort of like Breivik, of course);
2) In florence he lived in an apartment leased to him by none other than, once again, writer Enrico Rulli;
3) The police is investigating a possible network of contacts that could have helped Casseri -- only to state elsewhere that Casseri acted alone (but they still have to raid homes and shut down organizations, as a demonstration of a shift in the use of power: the idea of a "network" is necessary to this kind of psyop);4) The apartment where he lived in Florence appeared "emptied out" and cleaned when the police raided it 2 hours after the shooting (only some books were left).
About this last point: of course, the only person to actually testify this must have been, once again, Enrico Rulli who, as landlord and friend of Casseri could state that in the apartment there was a lot of Casseri's stuff only the day before, since Casseri apparently had moved in in June.
However, it is also very easy to imagine that maybe the apartment was empty to begin with
-- because nobody really lived there -- because there was no "Gianluca Casseri" in the first place.
None of this would be very difficult to accomplish if, say, Enrico Rulli worked for an organization like the italian secret service and the apartment was in a building property of and controlled by the same organization -- something that we have seen happening, for example, with the Moro case.