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Matteo Messina Denaro: Boss of Cosa Nostra, Italy’s Most Wanted Gang and Fugitive for 30 Years, Arrested in Sicily | Palermo | Godfather | the world

The most wanted gang Sicilian Matteo Messina Denaro, a fugitive for 30 years, was arrested in Palermo (Sicily, South) as part of a major police operation.

“Today, January 16, the Carabinieri (…) arrested a fugitive Matteo Messina Tenaro Inside a healthcare structure Palermo For that he went to follow medical treatments,” General Pasquale Angelosanto of the Carabinieri told AGI.

Mafia boss Matteo Messina Tenaro, Italy’s most wanted man, was arrested in Palermo, Sicily by the ROS unit of the Carabinieri police. (EFE).

/ Carabinieri Manual

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The “Godfather” of the Mafia was the head of a powerful criminal organization on the world’s most wanted list. Specializes in drug trafficking, prostitution, extortion and money laundering.

The face of the mafia boss is almost invisible and based on reconstructions made by computers.

Robot paintings by Italy's Carabinieri press office show the face of fugitive Sicilian godfather Matteo Messina Tenaro, captured by Italy's anti-mafia police on January 16, 2023, ending a 30-year manhunt.  (AFP).

Robot paintings by Italy’s Carabinieri press office show the face of fugitive Sicilian godfather Matteo Messina Tenaro, captured by Italy’s anti-mafia police on January 16, 2023, ending a 30-year manhunt. (AFP).

Messina Tenaro60 years old, Known for his extreme evil, he boasted that he could “fill a grave” with his victims. A young man among them, the son of a repentant gangster, ordered him to be dissolved in acid.

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The “Capos of the Cabos,” as they called him, replaced Salvador “La Bestia” Rina, who was captured in 1993 and died in November 2017.

The Sicilian mafia boss is suspected of ordering the 1993 bombings in Rome, Milan and Florence, which killed 10 people months after Cosa Nostra anti-mafia judges Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Porcellino were assassinated in similar attacks.

A victory for the state

His arrest has sparked several reactions from the Italian political class, including the Prime Minister Georgia Meloney.

“A huge victory for the government to show that we must not surrender to the mafia,” wrote

Born in April 1962 near Trapani, Sicily, he was sentenced to life in prison for several murders in the 1990s.

An impressive operation made his arrest possible Hundreds of police and carabinieri According to the first pictures published by the local press, the experts and finished with applause.

Cosa Nostra’s “capo” was able to hide for years and decades on an island like Sicily because he had no use of cell phones or electronic communications.

Matteo Messina Tenaro, Italy's most wanted mafia boss, was arrested by the Carabinieri in his home country of Palermo, Sicily, after 30 years.  (AFP).

Matteo Messina Tenaro, Italy’s most wanted mafia boss, was arrested by the Carabinieri in his home country of Palermo, Sicily, after 30 years. (AFP).

I used pieces of paper that were easy to hideThey passed each other in a handshake, and without special difficulty could be disposed of by swallowing them, which is called pizzini.

The Last Godfather Cosa Nostrawho was a merciless and invisible capo, He led the multi-million dollar company thanks to its transformations in various departments.

Matteo Messina Tenaro was detained at a private hospitalHe was undergoing chemotherapy there for a year CancerAccording to Sicilian press sources.

“His arrest did not bring down the Mafia, which today is a rich and bloody organization that distributes money to its people and changes the state, with allies in politics and among businessmen.” RaiNews24 Lirio Abate, one of the expert Italian journalists on the subject, warned.

Since the 2000s, Italian police arrests and confiscations have multiplied. MafiaIt’s a strategy that has worked to break the support network it traditionally relies on.

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