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Monday, 12 January 2009

Giuseppe Setola, 38, who is accused of involvement in the shooting of six African immigrants and an Italian man in September, escaped via a tunnel

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Giuseppe Setola, 38, who is accused of involvement in the shooting of six African immigrants and an Italian man in September, escaped via a tunnel beneath his home as the police stormed into his residence near the southern city of Naples. According to Sky-TG 24 news channel, the police arrested Setola's wife and seized computers, electronics material, and surveillance cameras at his home. This is not the first time that Setola has managed to evade justice. The police have been after Setola to carry out an investigation into the September shooting which has been blamed on the powerful Casalesi clan of the Camorra. Setola is believed to have close links to the group, which has been accused of murder, criminal association and extortion. The Casalesi clan, which in involved in drug trafficking and prostitution in the Caserta area, has also been accused of killing dozens over the past three decades.

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