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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Sonny_Black] #896793
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I gotta confirm, Sinatra Club called that Scoppa thing forever ago, before it came out in the papers, I was quite impressed frankly lol


Nothing has come out in the papers about the Scoppa brothers yet. It's only speculation.


http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...s-policiers.php

For the record the Scoppa's were mentioned in various articles dating back over a decade. The one I posted above dates Oct. 14 2014. Daniel Renaud has been writing about them for years. This pre-dates claims by a certain individual on these posts, that said he called it months ago.
Eurodave is correct he was an associate of Gallo at one time, they do carry weight. They were neutral at first when the war began but now considered rivals.
They are Calabrian. Some of his associates were/are DeVito (Calabrian), Piccirilli(Calabrian),Mirarchi(Calabrian).They all have close ties with the bikers MC (Cazzetta). Most of them made trips to Ontario. If you connect the dots you get the big picture.


I was talking about the Scoppas being pinpointed by journalists as those suspected of being behind the recent turmoil. I'm aware of them being mentioned in older articles. Could you post the article that has identified them as rivals of the Rizzuto faction? I must've missed it.


http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2015/10/08/un-mafioso-montrealais-doit-se-cacher-dans-le-sud

Here is one. In summary they mention he pissed off some street gang, west end gang and that he does not hesitate to give direct hits to the interim mafia led by Stefano.There was a price on his head, so he went to Mexico to give himself time to re-group etc....

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Thanks to the writer Pierre de Champlain for this link.

MONTREAL MAFIA: AN ALLIANCE TO SUCCEED THE SICILIAN
magictr | May 30, 2016 | News | No Comments


The murder Friday in Laval Rocco Sollecito, last faithful of Vito Rizzuto and ultimate representative of the heyday of the Sicilian Clan, announces a change of guard next and training of a new alliance to lead the mafia and bring peace after 10 years of bloody infighting. Here, according to our sources and observations, a list of individuals who could be part of the alliance, in the short or medium term, and to succeed Rizzuto head of the Montreal Mafia.

Vittorio Mirarchi

38 years old

Protected from the boss Raynald Desjardins, the ambitious young mafioso was arrested along with his mentor and more individuals of his bodyguards in December 2011 for the murder of aspiring godfather Salvatore Montagna, Charlemagne committed to a month earlier. He pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of conspiracy in March and his sentence will be known soon. Although Mirarchi risk of being sent to prison for an indefinite period, our sources believe that one should not exclude it from the equation and could be expected to play an important role someday. Mirarchi, which is associated with the Calabrian mafia cell of Montreal, enjoys strong support in Ontario.

Raynald Desjardins

62 years

While we did not give expensive of his skin there only a year and would have even been the subject of a murder plot by former soldier of the Hells Angels Maurice Boucher, it seems that the guy has taken the bull by the horns in recent months and that its influence is still real. Desjardins still has a team on the ground to defend its interests. However, it may spend several years in prison, who soon know his sentence after pleading guilty in July 2015 of conspiracy to murder of Salvatore Montagna. Desjardins is one of the clan leaders who tried to overthrow the Rizzuto in 2009-2010, according to police.

Andrea Scoppa

52 years

The name of this mysterious chieftain described as very intelligent resonates in the streets of Montreal for decades, but especially in recent years. Already active in the heroin trade, which would have allowed him to his place, Andrea Scoppa, aka Andrew, behind an elusive reputation, who has almost as unique criminal history sentenced to six years in prison in 2004 for a case of importing cocaine via the United States. Influential, Scoppa not like being in the spotlight; it would be surprising that a seat at the table is interested in, but it could hold the balance of power. It is also very close to the riders, the best allies for the Mafia today.

Salvatore Scoppa

46 years

Brother Andrew Scoppa would also be involved in heroin. His name is particularly out of the mouth of a police witness in the investigation of release of a university student, alleged seller of heroin, arrested by the Police Department of the City of Montreal (SPVM) the last fall. Over the past year, Salvatore Scoppa rose through the ranks within the Montreal Mafia and is one of the new strong men of the district Rivière-des-Prairies, an area at the center of many conflicts in recent times. Scoppa seems however to have regular contracts on his head, which encouraged him to move away from the city temporarily. His older brother and he would also links with influential individuals of organized crime called “Middle East”.

Antonio Mucci

61 years

The former soldier clan Violi during the 70s seems to have seven lives. Reportedly, the clan leader always associated to the Calabrian faction of the Montreal Mafia has rebounded in recent months, he has regularly been on the ropes during the years of infighting. There is a year and a half, a charge of possession of weapon was withdrawn against Mucci while his lawyer sought to testify investigator SPVM who had arrested the retired Paul Philippe. In 1973, when he was 18, Mucci had shot the journalist Jean-Pierre Charbonneau in full newsroom Devoir and was sentenced to eight years in prison.

Liborio [BadWord]

47 years

Liborio [BadWord], aka Poncho, faces cocaine trafficking charges after being arrested with other individuals in the last part of the RCMP investigation Clemenza there three weeks. According to our sources, he is part of the table towards the mafia set up after the natural death of the godfather Vito Rizzuto, in December 2013. [BadWord], that could represent the interests of the Sicilian branch to a possible new table is the son of Agostino [BadWord], nicknamed the Lord of Saint-Leonard, a man of honor mafia murdered in June 2010. [BadWord] is reputed to be very discreet, but his name had been mentioned in the investigation of organized crime Division of the SPVM Alkali to solve a series of arsons committed in cafés in 2010.

Vito Salvaggio

41 years

Vito Salvaggio, once very close to Nick Rizzuto Jr., the eldest son of Vito Rizzuto assassinated in December 2009, have also served on the mafia management table set up after the death of the sponsor in December 2013. It could have its up to a possible new table to represent the interests of the Sicilian branch of the Montreal mafia. Salvaggio is linked to Dilallo restaurant of Jean-Talon, target of a Molotov cocktail on December 10. Spring 2001 During the investigation, police had seen particular visit to the famous cache of money bikers Beaubien Street. He was arrested as part of this investigation, accused of conspiracy and drug trafficking and sentenced to four years in prison.

Gianpietro Tiberio

43 years

Little known, Tiberio, owner of a towing company, is considered by the police as a rising star of the Mafia. In April, his name was mentioned in an article in La Presse on a towing company to questionable practices. According to a joint investigation by CBC and the Globe and Mail, he was involved in the casino Dream, the Dominican Republic, the deceased godfather Vito Rizzuto allegedly tried to take control. Tiberio, aka JP, is a former soldier of the Rizzuto clan and was close to Domenico Macri, killed in August 2006. He has links with influential bikers. He was sentenced to three years in prison for a drug import conspiracy case from 2006. He denies having links with the Mafia.

Alessandro Sucapane

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Sucapane purge since January 2015 a 10-year sentence for cocaine trafficking and gangsterism following his arrest in the second part of the Clemenza RCMP investigation in 2014. It certainly remain detained for a few years, but our sources believe that we should not set aside the influence it could have. Sucapane is the former partner of the dreaded chieftain Giuseppe De Vito, poisoned with cyanide in his cell at the Donnacona Penitentiary, in summer 2013, and was very active in the attempted coup against the Rizzuto clan in 2009- 2010. Even deprived of its leaders, the group Sucapane allied clans and Desjardins Mirarchi, would still have soldiers on the ground.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #896796
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Originally Posted By: Ciment
http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2015/10/08/un-mafioso-montrealais-doit-se-cacher-dans-le-sud

Here is one. In summary they mention he pissed off some street gang, west end gang and that he does not hesitate to give direct hits to the interim mafia led by Stefano.There was a price on his head, so he went to Mexico to give himself time to re-group etc....



That article is about Salvatore Scoppa and it's not clear who wanted him dead. Andrea Scoppa was on good terms with the Rizzutos, but that may have changed. However, brothers don't have to be on the same page. A good example were the Ciancaglinis from Philly.


"It was between the brothers Kay -- I had nothing to do with it."
Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Sonny_Black] #896801
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Originally Posted By: Sonny_Black
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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2015/10/08/un-mafioso-montrealais-doit-se-cacher-dans-le-sud

Here is one. In summary they mention he pissed off some street gang, west end gang and that he does not hesitate to give direct hits to the interim mafia led by Stefano.There was a price on his head, so he went to Mexico to give himself time to re-group etc....



That article is about Salvatore Scoppa and it's not clear who wanted him dead. Andrea Scoppa was on good terms with the Rizzutos, but that may have changed. However, brothers don't have to be on the same page. A good example were the Ciancaglinis from Philly.


I do not know how good your French is but this article makes it perfectly clear that Salvatore is a rival. His brother was in good terms with Rizzuto, they all were at one time Desjardins included until war broke out. Then some had to choose sides. Whether there is a split between brothers remains to be seen. They could also be playing the good guy bad guy scenario. Furthermore, in other articles I read the other brother Andrea and DeVito were associates and everyone knows what side DeVito was. DeVito crew helped the Scoppa brothers in trying to retrieve money from Nino Debartolomeis (kidnapping). Andrea took the wrap.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #896820
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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/10...-clan-calabrais

Translation:


FÉLIX SÉGUIN
Saturday, October 22, 2016 0:00Update Saturday, October 22, 2016 0:00
The mafiosi Vincenzo Spagnolo, shot in Laval last Saturday, was part of a short list of men to be slaughtered by the Calabrian mafia, according to sources consulted by our Bureau of Investigation.
According to these informants, it appears that the obstacles for a great return to Montreal of the Calabrian mafia, confined for 40 years in the Toronto area, are less and less numerous.
For one of the few times, the police experts and sources speak with one voice; it is a matter of time before the 'Ndrangheta (Calabrian mafia region of Italy) relocates to the metropolis.
"It's not just a matter of revenge of the Calabrian faction that is behind all this recent months, but it is also a clear intention to eradicate the heads of the Sicilian faction of the Montreal Mafia," comments by Pierre De Champlain, former RCMP analyst and researcher on the mafia.
"There will be more killings of people linked to the clan of Vito Rizzuto, it is almost certain," said a source familiar with the tensions in the Italian organized crime in Montreal.
"But the list of individuals to eliminate is beginning to shorten dramatically," the source added.
Toronto-Montreal-Hamilton
The Sûreté du Québec, which is responsible for shedding light on this case, is more cautious. "For the moment, it is too early to advance one hypothesis rather than another because the investigation is just beginning," said Captain Guy Lapointe.
According to our information, there has been a significant increase in back and forth visits of Ontario individuals linked to the Calabrian clan in recent weeks.
Some even come from Hamilton, confirms a source familiar with this matter, and this is not "by chance".
Still in Loreto
Yesterday, for a rainy afternoon, the remains of Vincenzo Spagnolo was exposed to Loreto funeral home in St. Leonard.
An hour after the opening of the visitations, the parking was already crowded.
Under the watchful eye of the police intelligence services, we saw discreetly, family members arrive, Rizzuto, Cammisano and Salvaggio , all relatives of organized crime.
The funeral of the man of 65 years will be celebrated today in the church Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel Saint-Léonard, where many other mafiosi’s before were brought to their final rest.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #896874
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Remeber the old guy from up there was at his winter house in florida and the roof collapsed on him his kids were against rizzuto was that officialy called a accident nd what happend to the kids. There businesses were getting fire bombed and they went into hiding?

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While the papers are calling for the Rizzuto's death up there (we've heard that before) I think that if Rizzuto doesn't get out fairly quick and Sollecito doesn't get over this cancer they are done. Of course you never know with this bunch.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: dixiemafia] #896878
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Originally Posted By: dixiemafia
While the papers are calling for the Rizzuto's death up there (we've heard that before) I think that if Rizzuto doesn't get out fairly quick and Sollecito doesn't get over this cancer they are done. Of course you never know with this bunch.


true, but what we don't know the position of Frank Arcadi, he will be out soon. Arcadi always supported the Rizzutos.

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Remeber the old guy from up there was at his winter house in florida and the roof collapsed on him his kids were against rizzuto was that officialy called a accident nd what happend to the kids. There businesses were getting fire bombed and they went into hiding?


The old guy's name you are referring to is Domenico Arcuri Sr. The roof of a one-storey industrial garage collapsed. I think it was accidental but some say otherwise. His son's have been low key lately, you don't here much of them.

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Wasnt the arcuri sons a big thing to do with this or did the media portray bad in the start of this. Or i should sy when vito got out of prison. Does anyone know if vito wraped up his 8yrs in colorado thats pretty bad ass i guess a short bid like that to be held in the max no moves or halfway house thing. He was kinda a big deal with clout that could pull strings or just a unlimited amount of money and after his dad n kid was killed the american feds probaly said no way to a prison transfer even to upsate ny i think there a couple federal prisons up there. Fucking cold out tonight had to put my gas on to 65im a cheap prick thAnks canada for the blast of artic air.

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There surposed to accommodate a federal prisoner to the closet 150mile place to his house so for him to be in colorado like 1 2 or 3 years before his release date that shit was being talked about around Washington dc.

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true, but what we don't know the position of Frank Arcadi, he will be out soon. Arcadi always supported the Rizzutos.


I agree. If Arcadi does stay with them it will be huge I think.

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Wasnt the arcuri sons a big thing to do with this or did the media portray bad in the start of this. Or i should sy when vito got out of prison. Does anyone know if vito wraped up his 8yrs in colorado thats pretty bad ass i guess a short bid like that to be held in the max no moves or halfway house thing.


I don't think they could do a halfway house deal because he was a Canadian citizen. The U.S. offered him to get out early at sentencing but he would have had to stay in the U.S. until his restrictions were up and he decided against it.

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Another young man has gone missing and has possible links to the Mafia. He was close to Joe Closure, murdered a few years ago.

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...61_section_POS3

Also noticed that this individual has pictures with Marco Campellone, a young man killed last year who was close to Sollecito.

The two brother who have gone missing may have been behind this or part of the same crew.

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Ciment] #896939
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Originally Posted By: Ciment
http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/10...-clan-calabrais

Translation:


FÉLIX SÉGUIN
Saturday, October 22, 2016 0:00Update Saturday, October 22, 2016 0:00
The mafiosi Vincenzo Spagnolo, shot in Laval last Saturday, was part of a short list of men to be slaughtered by the Calabrian mafia, according to sources consulted by our Bureau of Investigation.
According to these informants, it appears that the obstacles for a great return to Montreal of the Calabrian mafia, confined for 40 years in the Toronto area, are less and less numerous.
For one of the few times, the police experts and sources speak with one voice; it is a matter of time before the 'Ndrangheta (Calabrian mafia region of Italy) relocates to the metropolis.
"It's not just a matter of revenge of the Calabrian faction that is behind all this recent months, but it is also a clear intention to eradicate the heads of the Sicilian faction of the Montreal Mafia," comments by Pierre De Champlain, former RCMP analyst and researcher on the mafia.
"There will be more killings of people linked to the clan of Vito Rizzuto, it is almost certain," said a source familiar with the tensions in the Italian organized crime in Montreal.
"But the list of individuals to eliminate is beginning to shorten dramatically," the source added.
Toronto-Montreal-Hamilton
The Sûreté du Québec, which is responsible for shedding light on this case, is more cautious. "For the moment, it is too early to advance one hypothesis rather than another because the investigation is just beginning," said Captain Guy Lapointe.
According to our information, there has been a significant increase in back and forth visits of Ontario individuals linked to the Calabrian clan in recent weeks.
Some even come from Hamilton, confirms a source familiar with this matter, and this is not "by chance".
Still in Loreto
Yesterday, for a rainy afternoon, the remains of Vincenzo Spagnolo was exposed to Loreto funeral home in St. Leonard.
An hour after the opening of the visitations, the parking was already crowded.
Under the watchful eye of the police intelligence services, we saw discreetly, family members arrive, Rizzuto, Cammisano and Salvaggio , all relatives of organized crime.
The funeral of the man of 65 years will be celebrated today in the church Notre-Dame-du-Mont-Carmel Saint-Léonard, where many other mafiosi’s before were brought to their final rest.



It's definetly an interesting perspective and seems more convincing than the same theory which was spoken of back in 2009.

What is occuring most likely is local players, remnants of the rival factions, have partnered up to take over.

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If it is true that Ontario Calabrian clans are behind all this then you will have some of these clans or ndrine establish themselves in Montreal. That is a pattern of how they operate in other countries or cities.


If they are involved in the war remains to be seen, but I agree that's how they work. Most people don't understand the 'Ndrangheta its a sect.

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I agree it does sound more convincing. Felix Sequin in a previous article
stated "For one of the few times, the police experts and sources speak with one voice" and both Montreal mainstream newspapers are more or less advancing the same theory.

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Originally Posted By: eurodave
Another young man has gone missing and has possible links to the Mafia. He was close to Joe Closure, murdered a few years ago.

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...61_section_POS3

Also noticed that this individual has pictures with Marco Campellone, a young man killed last year who was close to Sollecito.

The two brother who have gone missing may have been behind this or part of the same crew.


They do like lupara bianca over there.

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Originally Posted By: Ciment

If it is true that Ontario Calabrian clans are behind all this then you will have some of these clans or ndrine establish themselves in Montreal. That is a pattern of how they operate in other countries or cities.


If they are involved in the war remains to be seen, but I agree that's how they work. Most people don't understand the 'Ndrangheta its a sect.


Yes, it will be interesting to know which of the 10 clans from both Toronto & Hamilton are involved.

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Originally Posted By: eurodave
Another young man has gone missing and has possible links to the Mafia. He was close to Joe Closure, murdered a few years ago.

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...61_section_POS3

Also noticed that this individual has pictures with Marco Campellone, a young man killed last year who was close to Sollecito.

The two brother who have gone missing may have been behind this or part of the same crew.


The pictures you are talking about are those the ones taken from Marco Campellone funeral because there is one guy that looks like Constantinou ? Also when I read an article about the two missing brothers Falduto, it mentioned that they had ties to the late L.Giordano,it gets a little confusing sometimes.

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at this point there are two strong factions fighting one is probably supported by 'ndrangheta (old cotroni crew) and the other by the caruana-[BadWord]'s (rizzuto) that's why this is a never ending war

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If it is true that Ontario Calabrian clans are behind all this then you will have some of these clans or ndrine establish themselves in Montreal. That is a pattern of how they operate in other countries or cities.


If they are involved in the war remains to be seen, but I agree that's how they work. Most people don't understand the 'Ndrangheta its a sect.


Yes, it will be interesting to know which of the 10 clans from both Toronto & Hamilton are involved.


I only know Jimmy DeMaria was considered by police to be a GTA enemy of Vito.

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Yes your right he would be one to consider ,his cousin Cortese was in Montreal and was arrested days after Nick Sr. shooting.

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Yes your right he would be to consider ,his cousin Cortese was in Montreal and was arrested days after Nick Sr. shooting.


And according to Italian authorities he has a seat on the Camera di Controllo formed in Toronto in 1962. Vito wanted to expand in Ontario first so it wouldn't be far fetched if it's now the other way around.

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Originally Posted By: eurodave
Another young man has gone missing and has possible links to the Mafia. He was close to Joe Closure, murdered a few years ago.

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...61_section_POS3

Also noticed that this individual has pictures with Marco Campellone, a young man killed last year who was close to Sollecito.

The two brother who have gone missing may have been behind this or part of the same crew.


You think the brothers could be behind the murder of Campellone?


"It was between the brothers Kay -- I had nothing to do with it."
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at this point there are two strong factions fighting one is probably supported by 'ndrangheta (old cotroni crew) and the other by the caruana-[BadWord]'s (rizzuto) that's why this is a never ending war


I don't think it's that black and white Arcadi for example has always been a Rizzuto guy, but is very close to 'ndrangheta could be even a member back in Calabria.

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I don't think it's that black and white Arcadi for example has always been a Rizzuto guy, but is very close to 'ndrangheta could be even a member back in Calabria.


I still think he's the most important factor at this point, who does he go with? Will make things interesting for sure.

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Originally Posted By: eurodave
Another young man has gone missing and has possible links to the Mafia. He was close to Joe Closure, murdered a few years ago.

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...61_section_POS3

Also noticed that this individual has pictures with Marco Campellone, a young man killed last year who was close to Sollecito.

The two brother who have gone missing may have been behind this or part of the same crew.


You think the brothers could be behind the murder of Campellone?


http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-ne...cently-murdered

I believe journalist Daniel Renaud may have made a mistake with Marco Campellone being associated with Sollecito. The Campellone's worked for the Padula brothers who are associated with the Devito clan.
In relation to the Falduto brothers, one of them owned a cafe in a building that was owned by Giordano. This would make them rivals.
Steven Constantinou worked with Carlo Colapelle who is associated with the Desjardin clan. What I see here is a turf war that is still on going.

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I don't think it's that black and white Arcadi for example has always been a Rizzuto guy, but is very close to 'ndrangheta could be even a member back in Calabria.


I still think he's the most important factor at this point, who does he go with? Will make things interesting for sure.


Yes he was the streetboss when Vito was away and no doubt he's still pulling strings from behind bars.

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I don't think it's that black and white Arcadi for example has always been a Rizzuto guy, but is very close to 'ndrangheta could be even a member back in Calabria.


it's right that the so-called sicilian and calabrian factions are mixep up with even not-italians, but as i said the sicilians are supported by the caruana-c untrera's and the calabrians by gta ndrangheta... the alliance beteween caruana- c untrera's and ndrangheta broke after the murdr of agostino cun trera and the murders of moreno gallo, verduci and calautti are sure carried out by the caruana- c untrera's

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