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Italy: 2nd hideout of mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro found in Campobello di Mazara01:07

Italy: 2nd hideout of mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro found in Campobello di Mazara

Italy, Campobello di Mazara
January 18, 2023 at 23:07 GMT +00:00 · Published

amoItalian authorities found a second hideout of Sicilian mafia boss Matteo Mossina Denaro in Campobello di Mazara on Wednesday.

In the hideout, a bunker that was built under an apartment, police found precious stones and jewellery according to media reports.

Another hideout was found in an apartment in Palermo on Tuesday. 60 year-old Messina Denaro was arrested on Monday at a hospital in the city after hiding from the authorities for 30 years.

Nicknamed 'U Siccu’ (English: The Skinny One), the kingpin was sentenced to around 20 prison terms in trials held in his absence for his role in a series of mob crimes, including the bomb attacks that killed anti-mafia prosecutors Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino in 1992.

Italy: 2nd hideout of mafia boss Matteo Messina Denaro found in Campobello di Mazara01:07
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amoItalian authorities found a second hideout of Sicilian mafia boss Matteo Mossina Denaro in Campobello di Mazara on Wednesday.

In the hideout, a bunker that was built under an apartment, police found precious stones and jewellery according to media reports.

Another hideout was found in an apartment in Palermo on Tuesday. 60 year-old Messina Denaro was arrested on Monday at a hospital in the city after hiding from the authorities for 30 years.

Nicknamed 'U Siccu’ (English: The Skinny One), the kingpin was sentenced to around 20 prison terms in trials held in his absence for his role in a series of mob crimes, including the bomb attacks that killed anti-mafia prosecutors Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino in 1992.