Published April 8, 2016 at 19:19 | Updated April 8, 2016 at 19:19
Nicola Di Marco, an intermediate of the Montreal Mafia "high level" who was released on parole in 2014, was returned to prison in recent weeks for breaking one of its conditions, learned La Presse.

Di Marco, 46, who could not associate with individuals linked to organized crime, was seen with a person associated with the Mafia, which would have caused his recall. According to unconfirmed reports, this individual would be Nino De Bartolomeis, aka Nino Brown, seriously wounded in an attack two weeks ago. It also appears, according to our sources, the authorities were worried about the safety of Di Marco since the murder of aspiring godfather Lorenzo Giordano committed in Laval, March 1st.

In 2011, Nicola Di Marco was sentenced to more than four years in prison for possession of a 9 mm pistol and keeping a gambling house. When major anti-mafia raid Clemenza led by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canada in 2014, Di Marco was again arrested for attempting to introduce drugs in prison, on behalf of his former boss, the late leader of clan Giuseppe de Vito, poisoned with cyanide to Donnacona penitentiary in summer 2013. it imposed an additional sentence of 12 months for the crime.

During the 2000s, Di Marco has also been, for some time at least, one of the leaders of an illegal gambling house controlled by the Mafia.

It's also about him that investigators had found in 2008, incriminating documents given by the mole RCMP Angelo Cecere, who acted on behalf of Giuseppe De Vito.

During submissions on sentencing, the former prosecutor of the Federal Prosecution became a judge of the Court of Québec, Yvan Poulin, described Di Marco as an intermediate high-level mafia because he had testified himself, he could sit at the same table with important mafiosi.

Unless a turnaround, Di Marco might have to appear before the Parole Board members. It could also choose to wait until the end of his sentence, in the coming months.