January 27, 2023

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Police raid hideout of Italy’s most wanted gang | Matteo Messina Tenaro was arrested on Monday in Palermo after 30 years

Italian police raided the hideout of Italy’s most wanted mafia godfather early Tuesday., Matteo Messina TenaroThe designer was arrested on Monday in Palermo after 30 years of living a modest life surrounded by designer clothes and perfume. hiding place Messina Tenarovin, 60, is known as a bloodthirsty mafia boss. It was in Campobello di Mazara, a town of ten thousand inhabitantsTen kilometers from his hometown of Castelvetrano, in the province of Trapani, his late father is feared for leading the local mafia.

Police raided the two-storey building, painted it yellow and entered the apartment where the godfather was staying. Investigators found no weapons, but instead found a collection of expensive perfumes and luxury clothing from various brands.. They invented drugs and pills and condoms to improve sexual relations, confirming their well-known interest in women.

The small building was left under permanent police surveillance, which prevented them from approaching. The man told reporters that the mafia boss had been staying at the location for at least six months, in a renovated apartment that “demonstrates the good economic conditions of the refugees. With refined furniture, at a high level, but not luxurious.” The provincial commander of the Trapani Carabinieri, Fabio Bottino.

“Investigations are carried out, biological traces are analyzed, he looks for hidden places and spaces where documents can be hidden. A job takes several days,” explained Bottino. He introduced himself to his neighbors as Andrea Bonafate, had a valid ID and said he was a doctor..

Messina Tenaro, who was arrested at a Palermo clinic on Monday and was receiving cancer treatment under a false name, was transferred overnight by military helicopter to a high-security prison in Los Abruzzo. Cosa Nostra’s last godfather led a multibillion-dollar enterprise thanks to its transformations into fields ranging from drug trafficking to real estate, wind power and online gambling.

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