Prosecutors probe 13 in fatal John Paul

Young man crushed by pope's cross days before becoming saint

(ANSA) - Brescia, May 13 - Prosecutors are investigating 13 people for a large crucifix in the mountains of northern Italy that fell and crushed to death a young man last month, court records showed Tuesday. The 30-meter-high sculpture, which was built to honor pope John Paul II's 1998 visit to Brescia, killed the 21-year-old victim just three days before John Paul was canonized and became a saint. The artist behind the cross was the late set designer Enrico Job, the husband of celebrated Italian filmmaker Lina Wertmueller.