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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #927088
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Chit may be released within 60 days, according to this local article (french only). Summarizes his past connection with the Rizzuto's, and the infamous home invasion from May of last year that put him back behind bars.

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...o-del-balso.php


Not just getting my stripes, something I can't talk about. Something that was ruining my whole life and he made it right. For what I owe him, I would follow that man into hell.
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One of Jos Di Maulo's daughters, Milena, will be interviewed on a French-language TV program this Sunday, January 21, 8:30 pm EST. Here's a link to a French-language article about the upcoming interview:

http://quebec.huffingtonpost.ca/2018/01/...fia_a_23336260/

Below is a link to the TV program's webpage.

http://tva.canoe.ca/emissions/conversation-secrete/episodes

I think some of you are aware that a book about Milena Di Maulo will be published shortly -- here's a link to the publisher's page:

http://www.editions-homme.com/milena-di-maulo-fille-femme-mafiosi/maria-mourani/livre/9782761948098

Edit: I was mistaken in writing that Milena Di Maulo has a book coming out -- it is actually written by Maria Mourani, a former federal Member of Parliament (M.P.) from Quebec who is a well-known expert about street gangs and is also quite knowledgeable about the Italian mafia in Quebec.

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I wonder if they'll have an English version?

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I think she is wise enough not to reveal anything important like exposing mafia secrets but she can give us more insight into the inner lives of some of these mobsters. I look forward in reading the book.

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I think she is wise enough not to reveal anything important like exposing mafia secrets but she can give us more insight into the inner lives of some of these mobsters. I look forward in reading the book.


After Frank Cotroni died there is very little known about the Calabrian faction. Her father was an interesting guy, looks like her uncle gave his OK for the book.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/01...e-pot-quebecois

A criminal gang inundated the United States with Quebec pot


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Update Friday, 19 January 2018 01:00
A Montrealer who would have helped a daring network of smugglers to export for $ 1 billion in Quebec pot will have to go to court in the United States.

Leslie Grant just learned that the Supreme Court's Jordan decision to reduce judicial time in Canada "can not be applied in the context of an extradition request" like the one he's been doing. object since his arrest in 2014.

In making this decision last week, Judge Guy Cournoyer ordered the incarceration of the 38-year-old man until he was escorted to Albany, New York, where he risked 20 years of jail.



"Iron strainer"

Grant, who lived in Pierrefonds, was one of the last targets of the DEA (Iron Enforcement Administration) "Iron Curtain" operation, which led some fifteen Quebeckers to the American courts.


They were all accused of transporting drugs or money to a criminal organization that flooded the East Coast of massive amounts of "Quebec Gold" between 2006 and 2009.

Clearly, the "Iron Curtain" at the border looked more like a colander. Every week, this network raised between 500 and 900 kg of Canadian marijuana in the northern United States, for a potential turnover of $ 1 billion over four years, according to court documents obtained by Le Journal .

The drug was camouflaged in hockey pockets carried by convoys of pickup trucks or snowmobiles. They often crossed the border through the Akwesasne Mohawk Reserve.

Cocaine in reverse

Drivers who preceded the procession without carrying anything were instructed to warn their accomplices by radio when they saw patrol boats or on purpose for the police to intercept them, so that the smugglers have the free way.

Paid just $ 1,000 off the trip, Quebec "couriers" were also going to collect from American traffickers their employers' share of pot sales in New York and Boston.

Part of this money was reinvested "every week" to order California associates from the network of "dozens of kilos of cocaine" to Montreal.

In addition to transporting her husband, Grant reportedly brought in $ 182,000 in dirty money and 25 kg of cocaine in Quebec, according to prosecution witnesses.

The DEA strikes, however, seem to have wreaked havoc within this underground smuggler.


Leslie Grant

A DEA officer alleges that in the spring of 2012, Leslie Grant allegedly fired at the alleged "number 2" in the network, Mihale Leventis.

"He thought that" Rookie "[leventis nickname] had the contract to kill him at the request of a member of the Irish underworld," wrote the agent Michael Norian in writing.

Murder contract

According to the SPVM, Leventis escaped an attempted murder at Cavalli Restaurant on Peel Street on November 9, 2011. Grant denied these allegations before Judge Cournoyer. Detained in Montreal, Leventis challenges his extradition in the Court of Appeal.


Jeffrey Colegrove
Detainee
The DEA alleges that the leader of the network would be Montrealer Jeffrey Colegrove, whom she associates with the Irish underworld. Colegrove is not charged or targeted by these extradition proceedings. He is serving a 12-year penitentiary for possession of a kilo of cocaine in Montreal.

► An investigation by the Journal , published in February 2015, established that the fugitive Elisabeth Barrer, 32, who was shot dead in Lachine in the spring of 2014, was linked to this organization. His murderer is still running.

OPERATION IRON CURTAIN
In the United States, the network reportedly moved between 450 and 900 kg of Quebec pot per week, from 2006 to 2009, up to 180 tonnes in four years.
The price of their pot pound ranged between $ 2,300 and $ 3,700, for potential annual revenues of $ 300 million.
The leader of the "couriers" of the network, Steven Sarti, of Brossard, 23 years old at the time of his arrest in 2009, was sentenced to 64 months of incarceration.

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Posted on 19 January 2018 at 06h56 | Updated at 06:56
A man shot by bullets near a bar in NDG

A man was the target of an attempted murder in the street, early Friday night, in front of a bar in the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce district in southwest Montreal.

After being hit by at least one firearm project, around 1:45 am, the individual in his thirties, known to the police, was transported to the hospital. His injuries are not life threatening, according to reports from the Montreal Police Service (SPVM).

Police officers were able to talk to him, but he refused them any collaboration.

The institution in which the assault occurred is located on Sherbrooke Street West, near the intersection of Oxford Street.

No suspects were arrested later in the night. Investigators examine the scene while dogs from the SPVM's canine squad rake the area.The police will try to find out if surveillance cameras in this commercial and residential sector were able to capture images that could help them solve this case.

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Conversation between rizzuto and Di Maulo, before he died

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Interesting, makes Desjardins look like a fuck up if true. Would also show Di Maulo did in fact stay out of things and by not killing Desjardins it cost him his life.

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La Presse Edition of January 23, 2018,

MILENA DI MAULO
LIFE AFTER THE MAFIA
NATHALIE PETROWSKI

Is there life after the mafia? A normal life means without mountains of brown notes that accumulate on the tables, without lines of coke that go on forever, without jewelry and furs offered at will, without drivers and limousines, without hotels five stars, without filet mignon and Dom Pérignon, but also without police raids at home, without arrests, trials or prison sentences, and without relatives who fall under the bullets of enemy fire?

Is a normal life possible when we are the daughter of the late Joe Di Maulo, shot in front of his home in 2013, the niece of Raynald Desjardins, currently in prison, the goddaughter of the late Frank Cotroni and the ex-wife of his son , Frankie? According to Milena Di Maulo, who launches these days mafiosi girl and woman , a book about her life written by criminologist Maria Mourani, it seems that yes. On one condition: cut all existing links with his old family.

I met Milena Di Maulo yesterday afternoon in the middle of a day where she chained interviews after TVA and Paul Arcand had given her an hour of television Sunday night on the program Secret Conversation.

During the brief moment that I spent yesterday with this 51-year-old brunette who has the same cajoling smile as her father, she told me everything and her opposite. That she had cut the bridges with the mafia milieu, its restaurants and nightclubs, 12 years ago. But she had kept the money from her father's inheritance and her two children, aged 20 and 22, proudly bore the name Di Maulo Cotroni. Why proudly? "Because they had a great grandfather who brought them to the restaurant and spent hours talking to them and taking an interest in them," says Milena.

Yet this great grandfather, in this case Joseph Di Maulo, whom she affectionately defends in an interview, is described in the book as an inadequate, irresponsible father, a monster of selfishness and greed, ready to betray his own daughter out of greed. For his 15 years, this father has offered his "princess" a Jaguar. She did not have a driver's license? Never mind, Dad paid a girl to fraudulently pass Milena's driver's license instead. When her darling daughter wanted to drop out of school at age 16, Dad did nothing to restrain her. Instead of calling her to order, he gave her $ 500 in spending money for the evening and let her hang out at all the cabarets he ran.


"My father loved me, but his love, he gave it in money. Still, if he and my mother had encouraged me to continue my studies, I would be a cardiovascular surgeon today, "she says with self-esteem who is not afraid of heights or comparisons.

The fact remains that the father was too busy running his clubs and scheming shady business, and the mother, too taken by alcohol and drugs to worry about the schooling of young Milena. Result: from the age of 16, she has landed to live a life of sex, drugs and disco, worthy of Scarface , the classic of Brian de Palma on a baron of drugs in Miami who goes crazy and drowns in the white powder he sells.

"Me too, I put a nose to the sight of all in the restaurants of Miami. I did not care, I was flying, frozen, constantly on the party and surrounded people who said to themselves my friends and who were not. Did I care where the money came from? Let's say that I was playing the ostrich. "

- Milena Di Maulo

From this period, which was finally rather sinister when the Mafia's daughter was on the run without anyone coming to her aid, she would say with almost dreamy eyes: "Being my father's daughter opened so many doors to me everywhere. In planes, hotels, restaurants. I lived the glamorous life of a Hollywood star. "

A glamorous life, really? What glamor can there be to enjoy dirty money, done on the back of prostitution, drug trafficking, corruption, and won most often in violence and blood? In this regard, we feel that Milena Di Maulo continues to play a little ostrich, still dazzled by the pomp she has experienced.

She repeats what she said to Paul Arcand on the program Secret Conversation about her marriage, which she said was the biggest wedding ever in Quebec and Canada. The biggest, really? I remind her of the weddings of Celine Dion, Justin Trudeau and Mulroney. It persists: "Me, my marriage was nothing short of nothing. It was 100% glamorous, elegant and classy. People have talked about it everywhere. We had rented the whole island of La Saulaie. The centerpieces were immense montages of fruits. It was a seven-course meal. People had the choice between two meals, all for a thousand people! Even though at first my father was against my marriage to Frankie, he put the package to impress me, but also to please Frank Cotroni, my father-in-law. "

Life was good for Mafia's daughter and wife, yet she could not get rid of a dull anger. This anger throbbed in her since childhood and the moment she realized that her father, her hero, lied to him with impunity. This anger finally broke out when, out of pure greed, Joe Di Maulo destroyed Joisse Milena, the thriving vinaigrette business his daughter had managed to ride without him.

When Milena Di Maulo was forced to declare bankruptcy because of her father's shenanigans, she stopped talking to him and even let him into her house. It was a breaking point and a turning point. Their relationship was never the same until the death of the mafiosi, shot in front of his home in 2013. His daughter then went into therapy to heal the anger that inhabited. The therapy was prolonged with Maria Mourani and her 56 hours of interview with Milena in preparation for the book.

Today, Milena says she is a liberated woman of immense weight, who cherishes her children and loves to wander through nature without her mafia girl's high heels. She has been dating for a few years a man who has nothing to do with the mafia.

She believes that her book is a bomb, but at the same time, she says she does not fear for her life. The light that exposes it for a few days seems to make him happy. However, she agrees that once the spotlight is turned off, she could disappear and start her life elsewhere, where no one knows Joe Di Maulo's daughter.

Milena Di Maulo - Mafiosi girl and woman

Maria Mourani

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Beaten at school because she was the daughter of a mafia

She adored her father and followed him like a shadow. Milena Di Maulo, daughter of Joe Di Maulo, an influential member of the Montreal Mafia murdered at home in 2012, has seen all the colors.

She adored her father and followed him like a shadow. Milena Di Maulo, daughter of Joe Di Maulo, an influential member of the Montreal Mafia murdered at home in 2012 , has seen all the colors.

"I accompanied him everywhere until the age of 28, I had no choice. I saw things that really upset me, but other than that, I still had a good childhood. It was quite extravagant, money, travel, clothing, jewelry, it was glamorous, "says Milena Di Maulo in interview to Denis Levesque.

The latter confided to Maria Mourani, author of the book Milena Di Maulo Girl and woman mafiosi . "I wanted to talk about the private dimension. What is the role of women in the mafia? How do children live this? Milena was beaten at school, blamed because she was the daughter of a mafia. It's not easy for a child to live, "says Maria Mourani.
No monsters
Joe Di Maulo lived in crime, but did not want that life for his daughter. Milena had fallen in love with Frank Cotroni's son, Francesco, and married her despite his father's wishes.

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"Wanted for 19 years, man with alleged Mafia ties arrested in Gatineau"

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/norman-rosenblum-mafia-wanted-19-years-gatineau-1.4500398
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From the article:

Norman Rosenblum, 65, was charged 19 years ago with importing more than 550 kilograms of cocaine. It was alleged at the time he had conspired with Montreal Mafia kingpins Vito Rizzuto and Frank Cotroni to orchestrate the crime.

Someone forgot to tell Rizzuto and Cotroni that they should have been at each other's throats. Those wacky Montreal Mafia leaders, collaborating and whatnot.

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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...ells-angels-la-police-perquisitionne.php

The police have been conducting a half-dozen searches north-east of Montreal this morning as part of an investigation into a Hells Angels-related drug smuggling ring.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/01/25/le-presume-leader-des-hells-angels-dans-la-mire

The youngest Quebecer to become a member of the Hells Angels in Quebec and now considered the true guiding spirit of the biker gang is in the sights of the police.

Mario Brouillette is suspected of being at the head of a major drug smuggling ring that was the target of searches by the National Organized Crime Squad (ENRCO) yesterday, Le Journal de sources sources policières .

This network based on the North Shore is "directly linked to influential members of the Hells Angels," according to a statement released by this new brigade of investigators from the Sûreté du Québec (SQ), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Montreal Police and Laval Police.

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Any info on the mysterious Rizzuto member Gianpietro "JP" Tiberio?

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Gianpietro Tiberio--Article from May 30 2016 LaPresse

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 about a towing company with dubious practices. According to a joint CBC / Globe and Mail investigation, he was involved in the Dream casino in the Dominican Republic, whose late godfather Vito Rizzuto reportedly attempted to take control. Tiberio, aka JP, is believed to be a former soldier of the Rizzuto clan and reportedly close to Domenico Macri, who was killed in August 2006. He has ties to influential bikers. He was sentenced to three years in prison for a 2006 narcotics import conspiracy case. He denies having links with the Mafia.

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Until recently, the SPVM considered Antonio De Blasio close to Gianpietro "JP" Tiberio, who would also be linked to the Rivière-des-Prairies underground market by a recent police investigation. The police observed Tiberio often in the company of big names of the Italian mafia and leaders of street gangs as with Hells Angels.

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If De Blasio was under JP, these 2 clans did not like each other

De Blasio has already had trouble with the clan of influential mafia brothers Andrea and Salvatore Scoppa, already identified by the police as the "strong men" of the Rivière-des-Prairies district.

SPVM investigators know that the victim had already fought with one of the two brothers in a bar in the city a few years ago.

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Yeah I think his family is from Abruzzo.

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A scene as we rarely see in Montreal. At approximately 2:00 last night, an armed man broke into a Jarry restaurant and randomly opened fire, injuring a client.
The event, which has all the appearance of a "message" presumably passed on to one or more people who frequent a school that the police associate with street gangs, happened at Lucky 7, located at the corner of 10 th Avenue.

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MONTREAL - A fire erupted in a Lebanese restaurant on boulevard de l'Acadie, in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville in Montreal, on the night of Thursday to Friday. This is the third time in just three weeks that the restaurant has been the victim of arson.

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Laval was one of the few sources of happiness for Milena Di Maulo

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Posted on January 26, 2018


EVENT. It is in front of a hundred people gathered in a bookstore of the boulevard Le Corbusier that Milena Di Maulo launched her book-testimony Girl and woman of mafiosi where Laval holds a place of choice until the second arrest of her husband, the 16 April 1996, in their residence in Vimont.

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"Until that day, I only have fond memories of Laval, a city where I celebrated a lot with my friends and gave birth to my two children, to tell the story of the one who divorced Francesco Frankie. Cotroni, son of the former sponsor of the Montreal mafia, in 2003. But during this arrest, there were people everywhere with police, TV cameras and journalists. After that, the neighbors were scared and did not want their kids playing with mine anymore. "


"I grew up in a world of violence, having lost 25 murdered loved ones."

Milena Di Maulo, mafiosi girl and woman

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Before leaving Laval for the Laurentians, Milena Di Maulo will have a funny surprise.

"I really liked going out at Bentley's," she says. One evening, two members of the tactical squad recognized me. We had a good time and sympathized. "

A few years earlier, Joseph's daughter, "Joe" Di Maulo, one of Quebec's most influential mafiosi murdered in November 2012, had created a stir in the corridors of Hôpital de la Cité-de -the health.

"I received 245 gifts! says Milena Di Maulo. People were asking which star was occupying my room. When they knew it was an organized crime person, I was asked to sign autographs! When I left, I handed the doggies to the Department of Pediatrics and Flowers to seniors in palliative care. "

Crying one's life

His particular position on the chessboard of the Quebec mafia, the brother of his mother is none other than Raynald Desjardins, currently in prison for conspiring in the murder of New York mafioso Salvatore Montagna, makes that Milena Di Maulo was asked for 25 years to tell her story, she said.

In the end, she trusted the criminologist and former MP Maria Mourani for the writing of this biographical work published by Les Éditions de l'Homme.

"I waited to be 50 years old because I had the omertà in me, having grown up with the 3 little monkeys: we do not see anything, we do not hear anything, we do not say anything, mentions the one whose godfather was Frank Cotroni himself, the leader of the powerful Calabrian clan. However, I do not betray anyone in this book. Yes, I loved this life of glamor with jewels, furs, the private jet that takes you to New York and the Bahamas. But I cried my life back. "


Now, the strong woman administers a spa in health care after a dozen years to operate a food business.

"I have nothing to reproach myself with," she adds. I just wanted to tell young women that, yes, these men are beautiful, rich, charming, elegant and lead a luxury lifestyle. However, be very careful! We can no longer have real friends, travel alone and hope for a life in rank, in addition to being a submissive woman. We must not forget that I am lucky to have had my father. He helped me and I was treated equally. "

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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/j...n-homme-blesse-par-balles-a-montreal.php
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La Presse Daniel Renaud

A 40-year-old man was shot and wounded late Wednesday afternoon in Montreal. The event, which went completely under the radar of the media, occurred in the parking lot of a restaurant on the Boulevard Métropolitain, at the rue Pascal-Gagnon, in the Saint-Léonard borough.

"Around 4:00 pm, calls for shots in the parking lot of a restaurant were made at 911. When the police came to the scene, there was no one there. But they did bring the dog handler and the latter found casings ", says the agent André-Anne Picard of the police of Montreal.

"Then, around 8:30 pm, we received a call from the hospital personnel on the north shore of Montreal who told us that a man wounded by a bullet had just presented himself in the hospital," said the spokesperson. .

The man, aged 40, was shot in the upper body, including one arm. He was operated shortly after admission and his life is not in danger. At the time of his statement, he had not yet been interviewed by the investigators from the SPVM's Eastern Division. On the other hand, they searched his home in the Montréal-Nord borough yesterday, looking for clues. It is not excluded that he will eventually be charged.

Linked to organized crime

The police did not want to reveal his identity, but according to our information, the wounded man would be Girard Anglade, aka Jay, who would have links with one of the clans of the Montreal mafia. Moreover, this nebulous affair could be linked to the Mafia or organized crime in Montreal.


According to circules, which has not been confirmed, the story would involve two armed men. The first would have wanted to shoot the second, but his weapon would have jammed. The second then opened fire on the first, wounding him. It is unclear who is the second individual involved and yesterday afternoon the police had not yet determined who was the initiator and the victim in this case.

Anglade has several criminal histories. Police are known to be involved in extortion cases and contracts of all kinds.

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http://montrealgazette.com/news/from-the-archives-trio-suspected-in-several-violent-home-invasions

Related article regarding Girard Anglade. The article mentions links to Frederick Silva wanted for the Scoppa incident.

I guess this must be payback.

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The Laval police service (Le Service de po​lice de Laval) has handed over the missing-person case to the province's police force (Sûreté du Québec).
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Le frère du caïd Raynald Desjardins porté disparu

http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/01/26/le-frere-du-caid-raynald-desjardins-porte-disparu

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More print coverage of the book about Milena Di Maulo. There are a number of photos of her at the item to which I've linked below, including a picture of her and children Joseph Di Maulo Cotroni et Alessandra Di Maulo Cotroni.

Milena Di Maulo: Fille et femme de mafiosi

http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2018/01/31/milena-di-maulo-fille-et-femme-de-mafiosi

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The latest report by the Italian Dia, between 'Ndrangheta and narcos is'' solidarity ''

The change in the structure of criminal power was recorded by Dia in Canada, where "a subversion of the balance of power between Cosa Nostra and 'Ndrangheta" took place, in favor of the latter, which would be replacing the Sicilian rivals in the control of the traffic and drug dealing.

http://www.antimafiaduemila.com/hom...a-ndrangheta-e-narcos-e-solidarieta.html

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The latest report by the Italian Dia, between 'Ndrangheta and narcos is'' solidarity ''

The change in the structure of criminal power was recorded by Dia in Canada, where "a subversion of the balance of power between Cosa Nostra and 'Ndrangheta" took place, in favor of the latter, which would be replacing the Sicilian rivals in the control of the traffic and drug dealing.

http://www.antimafiaduemila.com/hom...a-ndrangheta-e-narcos-e-solidarieta.html


Interesting article. It states that Ndrangheta is present in NY,NJ, and Florida.

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The Court of Appeal confirmed on Friday the stay of proceedings, whose former Hells Angels chief Salvatore Cazzetta and three businessmen from the Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve benefited because of unreasonable judicial delays.

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