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Wednesday, 5 November 2008

88 mafia members were arrested on Tuesday in Naples


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88 mafia members were arrested on Tuesday in Naples. Police also confiscated their assets in the amount of 80 million euros. The arrested belong to the Gionta clan and are suspected of having committed several crimes, including extortion, drug smuggling and gathering into a criminal organisation, Croatia’s Vecernji list daily reported.The arrest operation was conducted by police from Naples in cooperation with police forces from Milan, Catania and Pistoia. The head of the clan, Valentino Gionta, was convicted, among other things, for the murder of a journalist of a Napoli daily “Il Matino”, Giancarlo Siani, in September 1985. He is currently in jail. His wife was among those arrested in Tuesday’s operation.Police confiscated real-estate and other property, bank accounts and company shares of those arrested, all amounting to 80 million euros. According to the Italian law, all assets confiscated from the mafia belongs to citizens.


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