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Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Poles supply Italian mafia with arms - :: News from Poland

Poles supply Italian mafia with arms - :: News from Poland: "In 2005, two Camorra clans – Panico and Sarno – started a brutal war on the streets of Naples, which resulted in the death of twenty people. Italian investigators established that during street fights mafia members used Skorpion machine guns smuggled from Poland.

During the investigation it turned out that wife of one of Camorra’s members, Francesco Siciliano, is originally from Poland. It was established that she had met her future husband after coming to Italy to work. Maria B. (surname withheld due to Poland’s privacy laws) introduced her husband Siciliano to Tomasz C., a Polish criminal who was hiding in Italy.

Tomasz C. organized arms transfer from Poland to Italy. Guns were hidden in coaches which transported Polish seasonal workers to Italy. Three other Poles – Janusz F., a driver, Andrzej K. and Rafal B. – were involved in smuggling. Apart from supplying arms to the Italian mafia, Poles also serviced them."



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