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He said the mafia had 'a controllable influence' in PhilHealth, but it did not mean that its members were involved in extortion and other criminal activities.
Talking to the media in Islamabad, Aurangzeb said that, 'You are the real Sicilian mafia in the country...
Among the pioneer civil servants who benefited from this policy were Ahmed Talib, Yahaya Gusau, Liman Ciroma, Ali Akilu, Adamu Ciroma, Adamu Fika, Hamza Zayyad, Muhammad Bello, Mamman Daura, Mahmud Tukur, Ahmed Joda, MT Usman, including Generals Shehu Musa Yardua, Yakubu Gowon, General Hassan Katsina, and a host of others who became part of the military group within the mafia.
"Many of those who now make the mafia a career choice are driven primarily by economics.
In Italy, we know what risks reporters involved in investigative journalism dealing with the Mafia face.
Riina was caught a year later and despite being Italy's number one fugitive, he had lived at home his entire reign - raising questions about official ties with the Mafia.
Law and order will be established so that drug mafia, mining mafia and all these mafias are controlled," Dhumal told IANS in an interview at his Hamirpur residence.
In the first chapter, Pickering-Iazzi considers Gabriella Badalamenti's Come l'oleandro, a contemporary mafia legend--inspired by the life of Faro Badalamenti--that she suggests is "a reconstruction of social conflicts between mafia and antimafia camps generating the macrogeography of Italy in the 1990s" (p.
But when his surrogate family, the black mob, is betrayed and wiped out by the Italian Mafia, Lincoln builds a new family from the ashes of the old and blazes a path of military-grade revenge through those responsible.
On January 10, 2016, a local dweller UC Pattan Kalan identified as Yaseen Gujjar tried to interrupt the smuggling of precious wood after which the members of the timber mafia barged into his house, attacked and brutally tortured him with axe and also deprived him Rs30,000 cash.
Ferraro was sentenced to life for murder and mafia association but had been on the run for 18 years.
Investigators say the infiltration of construction contracts, thanks to mobsters working inside local governments or the connivance of corrupt politicians, provides a lucrative income to the Mafia.