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Thursday, 15 January 2009

Giuseppe Setola has been arrested after two days on the run

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Giuseppe Setola, the Naples Mafia boss who eluded a police raid earlier this week by escaping through a trapdoor in his hideout into the sewers, has been arrested after two days on the run. Setola, 38, one of Italy’s 30 most wanted men, was captured at Mignano Monte Lungo, not far from his home at Caserta near Naples. Police said that he was about to leave a Mafia safe house where he had taken refuge to go to a clinic for treatment to a fractured wrist, an injury apparently sustained during his flight through the sewers. When police arrived to arrest him he tried to flee across the rooftops but was caught. “You have won,” he is said to have told police as he surrendered. Setola is wanted for a number of murders, police said, including the killing of African immigrants at Castelvolturno last year in a gangland turf war over drugs trafficking. Roberto Maroni, the Interior Minister, said that the capture of Setola was a severe blow to the Camorra, the Naples Mafia. Setola’s two bodyguards were also arrested.

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