The Gionali Italiani, or Journal of Italy, is a small newspaper local to Rome. The paper has a rough circulation of about 3,000 readers, all local to the city of Rome.
In 1936, the Newspaper published a series of three articles in their paper covering the brutal murder of three women. The Vatican City SAVE Office, was investigating those murders and so also investigated the newspaper.
Of particular interest was the fact that none of the articles were attributed to any particular author. The authors use of language was also somewhat suspect and it was considered that the author may be somehow involved in the murders in some fashion.