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Corsican mafia #920264
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One of the rare turncoats of le milieu corse has written a book. Claude Chossat former bodyguard of Francis Mariani, one of the sponsors of the Sea Breeze, lives in fear of reprisals. Mariani was killed by a remote-controlled bomb in 2009.

http://tempsreel.nouvelobs.com/faits-div...afia-corse.html

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My knowledge of French is unfortunately nonexistent , but thanks for sharing this nonetheless .

Does the article mention upcoming foreign language translations of this fellow's work by the way ? I must say that information about Corsican OC groups is rather scarce when it comes to English language sources , so it would be great if some major international publisher were to snap this man's book up .

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I agree, even in french good books are scarce. Part of the problem is that the omerta is still strong compared to their Sicilian cousins.


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The Corsican Mafia was written a lot in Octopus by Claire Sterling.

Heavy into Heroin.

Does anyone know if the Corsican mob is Italians from France? Or is there no ethnic back ground for them?

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Originally Posted By: Jeremythejew

Does anyone know if the Corsican mob is Italians from France? Or is there no ethnic back ground for them?


Their own culture and language are similar, but they have assimilated. Napoleon Bonaparte was a Corsican.


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Is it possible that part of the reason why so little information is available about Corsican OC is due to the connections many groups had with the French and American governments ?

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Theres a restaurant in manhattan called le dea voir on 129 e 60th or something that has been there 80 years that is all french and corsicans working there and its really shady. I wonder about it sometimes...

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Jean Jehan was the big guy behind the French Connection in NY, but there were so many Corsicans involved.


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Originally Posted By: Jeremythejew
Does anyone know if the Corsican mob is Italians from France? Or is there no ethnic back ground for them?


the island of corsica was italian in the past he became french in 1800s that's the reason they have italian surnames but they have nothing to do with italians aside surnames and some language word, they are french

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Marseille: Arrest of the Marseille sponsor Gérald Campanella
Sunday 05/11/2017 at 09H03 - updated Sunday 05/11/2017 at 09H08 Marseilles

Gérald Campanella, 50 years old, well known figure of Marseille banditry, was arrested yesterday and placed in police custody in the premises of the judicial police in Marseille.
It is understood, along with five other people, as part of an open investigation case for "gang murder and criminal conspiracy". He was returning from abroad when he was apprehended.
Gérald Campanella had been on the run since 13 November 2013 and under an arrest warrant on 15 June 2015. On 21 October 2016, he was sentenced by the Marseille Criminal Court to 10 years in prison after the discovery of a cache of weapons in the district of Capelette (10th).His DNA had been found on an automatic pistol, ammunition and a magazine. He did not show up at his trial.


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I read they do business with the 'ndrangheta on the French Riviera.


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I read they do business with the 'ndrangheta on the French Riviera.


Never read anything about that, if true , is there anyone that ndrangheta doesnt work with lol


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http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/...cote-d-azur.php


"Honorable families" invest up to Nice, forming agreements with local banditry or the Corsican milieu.

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yes he was but his parents were from Genova and he was born when Corsica still belonged to italy - they sold it one year after his birth to france - his real name was napoleone buonaparte

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Originally Posted By: doggystyle
http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualite-france/...cote-d-azur.php


"Honorable families" invest up to Nice, forming agreements with local banditry or the Corsican milieu.



They have relationships with Marseille clans and are active in Clermont Ferrand, French Riviera, Marseille, Nice, Paris, Toulon and Toulouse.


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One person was killed and two other wounded in the parking lot at Bastia airport, in Corsica. According to information from BFM-TV, the victim, a man, was killed by a bullet to the head. One of the injured is serious and the car with the killers is on the run. The first investigations on the ambush are directed towards the track of settlement of accounts in the environment of banditry. Prosecutor Caroline Tharot arrived on the spot.


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One person was killed and two other wounded in the parking lot at Bastia airport, in Corsica. According to information from BFM-TV, the victim, a man, was killed by a bullet to the head. One of the injured is serious and the car with the killers is on the run. The first investigations on the ambush are directed towards the track of settlement of accounts in the environment of banditry. Prosecutor Caroline Tharot arrived on the spot.


http://gangstersoutt.blogspot.nl/2017/12/notorious-corsican-gangster-shot-dead.html


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The brother of Francis Mariani arrested.

Jacques Mariani, heir to the "Sea Breeze" gang, arrested as part of an investigation for extortion

https://actu.orange.fr/france/loire-atla...00000UePO7.html


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Jacques Mariani convicted on appeal for corrupting a prison guard

Mariani is accused of paying 15,000 euros to a prison guard against several phones, 3G keys and alcohol.

He is considered the heir of the criminal band La Brise de Mer. He was sentenced by the Criminal Court of Marseille on March 22, 2017, to two years in prison, one of which suspended for having paid 15,000 euros to a guard of the central house of Saint-Maur (Indre) in exchange for the delivery in his cell of several mobile phones, two 3G keys and about thirty bottles of alcohol transferred into bottles of mineral water.

But on 18 September, the Advocate General had called for a worsening of the sentence by describing Jacques Mariani as "a guy with strong charisma and important authority". Also, the Court of Appeal of Aix-en-Provence has increased this sentence on Tuesday, sentencing him to four years in prison.

In its judgment, the Court of Appeal stated that the targeted public servant, "identified as particularly fragile", had been the target of "a figure of organized crime whose influence in prison was emphasized". This new sentence pushes the final sentence of Jacques Mariani, originally scheduled for August 29, 2023.

Currently incarcerated in Les Baumettes, Jacques Mariani, 52, has already spent 35 years behind bars. He was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment for the murder of a young nationalist in 2001 in Bastia.


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Guy Orsoni arrested with a sniper rifle in Ajaccio, he was wounded in an assassination attempt on September 13. According to the police, the son of the nationalist leader Alain Orsoni, as well as another man, Antoine Moretti, seemed to be preparing to kill someone as part of a settlement of account.

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How true is the claim that Corsican mobsters tend to be rivals of radical Corsican nationalist groups like the FLNC ? If so then what are the reasons behind it ?

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How true is the claim that Corsican mobsters tend to be rivals of radical Corsican nationalist groups like the FLNC ? If so then what are the reasons behind it ?


There could be several reasons but often control of the black market is behind the killings. For example nationalist leaders like Orsoni made many investments in the gambling sector.

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Very surprised no one has brought this movie up which features the Corsican Mafia heavily - https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/film/2010/jan/21/a-prophet-review

The movies called - A Prophet and it’s brilliant. 97% on rotten tomatoes for what that’s worth. Lot of murders in this too

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Just done a search on the above mentioned movie and someone last brought it up in 2014 on another thread about the corsicans. Great minds ha

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Jean-Louis Andreani, 61, was targeted Tuesday by an assassination attempt in Vescovato he was hospitalized at the hospital center of Bastia. Out of danger but injured in the back and one arm, he could be heard by the investigators of the Regional Directorate of Judicial Police (DRPJ), in charge of the case. Several elements suggest that the investigators are on the trail of a crime in connection with le milieu du grand banditism. The modus operandi, first of all. The attempt was perpetrated, at a busy hour, on the parking lot of a residence which is in a very busy place. Sign that it could be an act done with a lot of coolness by a "professional".


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Excellent thread, thank you.


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A well-known figure in the Marseille underworld, Gérald Campanella, 51, currently detained at Les Baumettes, was heard for several hours by examining magistrate Marie Grandjouan. This interrogation comes as part of his indictment for murder and criminal conspiracy after the death of 36-year-old Nassim Azzoug on January 25, 2016 in Bouc-Bel-Air.
The judge is also interested in the murder of the former Corsican nationalist Jean-Daniel Geronimi in November 2014.


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Humbert Danti, a restaurant owner, was shot dead in the morning of Tuesday, January 15th in Porta Square in Sartène. His killers left him no chance. The victim, 37, was hit by about thirty projectiles from an assault rifle. The Ajaccio public prosecutor, who went there, said that the victim had some relations with members of one of the local gangs who have been settling scores for years. The local gang war has already claimed several victims. In France they call it: Le Guerre Sartène. The restaurant owner, who had just been married, is the first victim of organized crime since the beginning of the year in Corsica.

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Is there any truth to the claim that the conflict between the FLNC and Corsican OC groups stems from the FLNC's anti drug stance ? Or is that BS ?

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First we don't have one FLNC. They exist much more FLNC subgroups. But general it is Bullshit.
Its all about control gambling (france, africa) and other stuff.

So guys told me François Santoni was killed because he don't want "play this game". But i dont believe it.

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Yeah Santoni accused former associates of drug trafficking before his was killed at that wedding. The anti drug stance is similar to what the IRA and LCN did to get more respectability.


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Thierry Fornasari, a figure of organized crime, was shot dead in the Var
By La Provence (with AFP) - March 09, 2019 at 10:26

Thierry Fornasari, 44 years old, known figure of the great banditism Riviera, on the run since 2017, was found shot dead on the commune of Tanneron (Var), one knew Saturday of judicial source.

The discovery of the body in a vehicle goes back to the end of February, and the victim could be formally identified, said this source, confirming information from Var-Matin and France Bleu. The prosecutor's office of Draguignan (Var) was divested, given the personality of the victim, in favor of the Specialized Interregional Jurisdiction (JIRS) of Marseille.

In 2014, Thierry Fornasari, after being extradited from Spain, was sentenced to 15 years' imprisonment for drug trafficking by the Criminal Court of Grasse, which had then confirmed a default sentence handed down ten years earlier. By the end of 2017, he had not returned to his cell after an exit permit.

This Cannois has a heavy history of robber and drug dealer. Initiated to robberies at 17 by his father Robert, he was part of a gang that robbed 19 banks. In February 1999, at the age of 24, he had been sentenced for the first time for drug trafficking from Spain to France.

In 2001, Thierry Fornasari moved to Marbella (Spain). Associated with an accomplice in the suburbs of Cannes, he allegedly organized the importation into France of 7 tons of cannabis resin, between July 2002 and November 2003. It was for this traffic that he was sentenced, in his absence, to 15 years in prison in 2004.

This first run ended in July 2007 when he was arrested by Spanish police on the Costa del Sol in another drug trafficking case involving kidnapping.

He was then sentenced to 7 years in prison. His sentence served in Spain he had been extradited to France. He is the nephew of Emile Fornasari, a jeweler and figurehead of banditry, who had distinguished himself in 2001 by escaping by helicopter from the prison of Draguignan with two other prisoners and who had been sentenced to life in 2017 for to have ordered the assassination of a school guard in Antibes.

The name of Thierry Fornasari had also appeared in this file which had seen the life sentence of Michel Lambin, aka the "shepherd of Caussols", to whom the accusation had attributed the assassination of the school warden.

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Michel Lambin is a strange case. Lambin is an alleged serial killer and cannibal who was supposedly used by Emile Fornasari as a hitman. He's been brought into connection with at least 8 underworld murders.

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Ballaison: the Corsican mafia involved in the assassination of the former secret agent?
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Who eliminated Daniel Forestier, shot dead March 21 at Ballaison, a small village in Haute-Savoie? Disturbing elements related to the activities of this former secret agent suggest the trail of the Corsican mafia.

http://www.lemessager.fr/a-la-une-l...quee-dans-l-assassinat-de-ia914b0n214565


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Poretta Airport Double Homicide: The Bottom of Drug Trafficking That Led to the Guazzelli Brothers

By Kael Serreri
Posted on 15/05/2019 at 18:11


December 5, 2017, 11:30 am: Antoine Quilichini and Jean-Luc Codaccioni are murdered in the car park of Bastia-Poretta airport , under the eyes of the dumbfounded travelers.

They are well-known to the criminal justice system and the police, and in the midst of a reorganization of the island's criminal milieu, the tracks seem numerous.

Very quickly, however, the eyes are turned towards the heirs of the criminal gang of the Sea Brise, whose ranks were decimated by settlement accounts likely internal to the group.
Police surveillance

This is not customary: the investigations will quickly confirm the public rumor and December 12, 2017, Christophe and Richard Guazzelli are arrested in a mini villa of the Domaine de Biscovaggia in Porto Vecchio.

They are the two young sons of the late Francis Guazzelli, ex-baron of the Brise assassinated in 2009 and the justice suspects them today of having wanted to avenge the death of their father by attacking relatives of Jean-Luc Germani , another figure of the insular environment .
If the investigators were able to get hold of the suspects so quickly, when cases of this type are usually very complex to solve, it is because the Guazzelli brothers were spun for many months in another investigation , targeting an international drug traffic organized between Corsica and Spain.

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On 11 June Paul Rocca was shot dead in the port of Bonifacio. he was an owner of a sea tour company popular with tourists. it adds to the number of violent deaths in the middle of the companies of the sea tour of the area since about twenty years. Enough to encourage investigators to consider a resumption of hostilities. The context of historical tensions in Bonifacio, between the three families Cantara, Rocca and Chiocca is obviously taken into account. In the 1990s and 2000s, a series of assassinations had hit the headlines.
In an article published in the newspaper Le Monde dated December 8, 2017, a police listening, conducted during a parlor between Ange-Toussaint Federici and his cousin Paul, highlighted the interests of the "Federici clan" in the tourism sector, sea tours in the extreme south of Corsica.


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Re: Corsican mafia [Re: Hollander] #973938
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The last murder claimed by FLNC before judges. Presented by the Corsican nationalist group as a political act, the assassination of Christian Leoni took place against a backdrop of criminal rivalries. Leoni member of the Sea Breeze gang was shot dead in 2011.

It seems the FLNC played a role in other murders as well.


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