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My priority would be to give right posting to honest and efficient police officers so that confidence is reinstated and criminal elements and mafias feel insecure.
The author first considers the diaries of Rita Atria, a protected state witness in a mafia investigation, who took her own life a week after the murder of antimafia prosecutor Paolo Borsellino, with whom she was working.
Then Secretary Aguirre promised that the DOJ (Department of Justice) would not pursue any longer the angle of possible linkage with a Korean mafia in its future investigations into the case,' the statement said.
Arturo's fictional story thus possesses an important autobiographical dimension that needs to be highlighted in order to understand La mafia uccide from both a formal and a reader-response perspective.
Mafia III introduces a true open world, rich with its own criminal ecosystems to the franchise, while still upholding the strong narrative storytelling and immersive setting that the previous Mafia games are known for, said Haden Blackman, studio head and creative director at Hangar 13.
Bagheria, in northwest Sicily, has been home to some of the oldest clans and most powerful mobsters of the Sicilian mafia, including top boss Bernardo Provenzano who was arrested in 2006 after over 40 years on the run.
Mainland-based crime syndicates have eclipsed the weakened Sicilian Mafia in influence in international drug trafficking, but corruption and extortion still enrich the Sicilian Mafia.
Covering the time period from 1910 to the beginning of its decline in the late 1950s, Hortis shows the rise and fall of the Mafia in this meticulously researched book.
A former chairman had misused his authority at the behest of the mafia to promote a lady official who allegedly accepted bribes.
According to a research by Italian researcher Professor Adriano Schimmenti, which looked into incarcerated Sicilian mobsters, members of the Mafia also appeared to have lower psychopathic traits than other criminals, the Independent reported.
Rome - Pope Francis, in an annual ceremony held to remember the hundreds of innocent people murdered by the Italian mafia, made a solemn plea for mobsters to change or else "end up in hell.
Father Giuseppe "Pino" Puglisi, a priest in the diocese of Palermo, Sicily, was murdered by the Sicilian Mafia in 1993.