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Kriminalroman Glenn Stirling. „Hinter einem Schrank in ihrem Zimmer“, erwiderte King. „Na schön. Also ich glaube daran, dass Hackett die Camorra leitete oder. Die Camorra aber hat es nicht auf Touristen abgesehen“, schreibt Maria Carmen Morese in ihrer „Gebrauchsanweisung für Neapel“, einer präzis beobachteten. Als Camorra, auch bekannt als Bella Società Riformata, Società dell'Umirtà, Onorata Società oder Il Sistema, werden organisierte kriminelle italienische.

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Als Camorra, auch bekannt als Bella Società Riformata, Società dell’Umirtà, Onorata Società oder Il Sistema, werden organisierte kriminelle italienische Familienclans in Neapel und der Region Kampanien bezeichnet. Als Camorra, auch bekannt als Bella Società Riformata, Società dell'Umirtà, Onorata Società oder Il Sistema, werden organisierte kriminelle italienische. Paolo Di Lauro (* August in Neapel) ist/war ein Boss der italienischen Camorra. Er wird mit Spitznamen auch „Ciruzzo 'o milionario“ („Schnuckelbär. In Neapel sind die organisierten, kriminellen Familienclans der Camorra Teil des Lebens. Bedrohung und Gewalt sind allgegenwärtig, denn die meisten. Kriminalroman Glenn Stirling. „Hinter einem Schrank in ihrem Zimmer“, erwiderte King. „Na schön. Also ich glaube daran, dass Hackett die Camorra leitete oder. Einführende Informationen Die Camorra gilt als die größte kriminelle Organisation Europas, sie ist etwa doppelt so groß wie die sizilianische Mafia. Camorra. im. Wandel. der. Zeit.»Far West a Napoli – Wildwest in Neapel«, titelte die 83 Camorra-Morde hatte man in Neapel bereits bis dahin gezählt.

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In Neapel sind die organisierten, kriminellen Familienclans der Camorra Teil des Lebens. Bedrohung und Gewalt sind allgegenwärtig, denn die meisten. Francesco Patierno zeigt in seiner Dokumentation ein stimmungsvolles Bild von Neapel und der berühmten Mafia Camorra zwischen und Mit bisher. Als Camorra, auch bekannt als Bella Società Riformata, Società dell’Umirtà, Onorata Società oder Il Sistema, werden organisierte kriminelle italienische Familienclans in Neapel und der Region Kampanien bezeichnet.

The La Torre clan was known to launder money in the country with the help of the former chancellor of Salerno , Cesare Salomone. In June the operation Spaghetti Connection dismantled an international drug network involving the Camorra and the 'Ndrangheta in Abidjan and Tabou.

The police seized 1. This operation was the third of its kind in Ivory Coast in less than three years, but the largest by its magnitude. Six Italians, one French and three Ivorians were arrested.

For 20 years, West Africa has become, if not a hub, a very important rebound zone for traffickers. This operation proves that if they thought that Ivory Coast and West Africa could be a sanctuary, they were wrong.

The drug trafficking in the country is said to contribute to the financing of the various jihadist groups in the Sahel , Africa.

Giuseppe Polverino, the leader of the Polverino clan before his arrest, was considered the ' hashish king', due to his monopoly on the importation of hashish from Morocco to Italy via Spain supplying not only all the Camorra clans, but also the 'Ndrangheta , the Sicilian Mafia and the Sacra Corona Unita.

According to one of the pentitos of the clan, Domenico Verde, the hashish was cultivated in the region of Ketama , and arrived by mules in the beginning, but later was modernized and accessible on trucks and cars.

On 18 March an Italian, suspected of being one of the leaders of the Mazzarella clan , was arrested in the Ourika region, near Marrakech.

He had a pursuant to a red notice issued against him by Interpol in January On 29 May Raffaele Vallefuoco, an important member of the Polverino clan , was arrested in the Rabat region.

Vallefuoco is considered one of the biggest drug traffickers in Italy and was included on the list of the 50 most wanted fugitives.

According to Francesco Forgione , the former president of the Antimafia Commission , the Camorra is very active in gambling houses and money laundering in the Netherlands.

The Camorra also uses the country to counterfeit clothes, and the clans most involved in this illegal activity are the Licciardi clan , the Di Lauro clan and the Sarno clan.

Augusto La Torre , the former leader of the La Torre clan is suspected of having hid hundreds of millions of euros in Dutch banks, as the La Torre clan was very active in the country in the s transporting large cocaine shipments from South America to Naples via the Netherlands.

In , Raffaele Imperiale bought a coffee shop called Rockland Coffee in Amsterdam, where he sold soft drugs and was involved in large scale cocaine trafficking with the Dutch drug trader Rick van de Bunt.

Imperiale worked in Amsterdam until In , two stolen Van Gogh paintings from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in were recovered in a villa near Naples , connected to Raffaele Imperiale, accused of being one of the Camorra's prolific drug barons.

Imperiale was sentenced to 18 years in absentia for drug offenses. Marfella is believed to have played a coordinating role in the drug trade from the Netherlands to Italy.

In December , the Dutch police arrested in The Hague , Dario Pasutto, a businessman suspected of smuggling thousands of kilos of cocaine and tens of thousands of kilos of hashish from the Netherlands to Italy.

According to the Dutch press, the suspect is a well-known flamboyant entrepreneur, and for many years a Camorra affiliate.

As Peru is one of the largest cocaine producers in the world, the Camorra's interest in the country is entirely related to the drug trafficking.

In the s, Umberto Ammaturo , a Camorra affiliate, established a virtual monopoly of cocaine trafficking to Italy from Peru , where he benefited from the protection and collusion of important personalities.

One of the leaders of the Mazzarella clan , Salvatore Zazo, was allegedly involved in a large scheme of international cocaine trafficking from Peru to Europe, with the intention to acquire total control of the Port of Callao ; one of his contacts was Gerald Oropeza, one of the biggest drug traffickers in Peru.

Camorra clans in Romania deal in money laundering. The Sacco-Bocchetti clan is a subgroup of the Licciardi clan and Manzo took care of the accounting of the clan, and often supervised the supply of drugs from abroad.

In , Nicola Inquieto, an Italian businessman with strong ties to Michele Zagaria one of the leaders of the powerful Casalesi clan , was arrested in Romania.

His businesses in the country are valued at several million euros. According to the Romanian media, since the arrest of his brother Nicola, Vincenzo lived permanently in the country, returning rarely to Italy.

And was reportedly taking charge of the vast business the Casalesi clan, particularly the Zagaria's faction, held in Romania. According to the journalist Roberto Saviano , Spain after Italy is the country most entwined with the Camorra.

It is where the Camorra clans established its massive businesses revolving around drug trafficking and money laundering in real estate.

Camorra has been in Spain since the s. The most powerful clan acting in the country is the Polverino clan due to the number of people they have installed and because of the potential of their structure.

The presence of the organization in the Costa del Sol is so strong that Camorra bosses refer to it as Costa Nostra' "Our Coast" , according to Italian journalist Roberto Saviano , a specialist on the Naples criminal underworld.

Another clan with influence in Spain is the Scissionisti di Secondigliano led by Raffaele Amato nicknamed Lo Spagnolo the Spaniard , because before creating his own clan, he controlled the drug trafficking operation from Galicia to Naples for the Di Lauro clan.

The drug trafficker Pasquale Brunese was arrested in Valencia in , after seven years hiding from the Italian police.

In Spain, Brunese owned a restaurant and was living with a false name. In February , the Spanish police arrested 14 members of the notorious Marranella clan.

According to the Guardia Civil , the clan is one of the most important and violent criminal organizations dedicated to the international drug trade and is based in the Costa del Sol.

Alfredo Barasso, linked to the bloodthirsty Casalesi boss Giuseppe Setola , was arrested in Valencia and extradited to Italy.

Barasso was a "bridge" between Italy and Spain, working for the Casalesi clan in the drugs management in the Barcelona area.

After his decision to become a pentito, and afraid of retaliation by the Camorra, Barasso would be willing to return to Spain, where he has wife and children, and pay his penalty there, as provided by the bilateral agreements between the two countries.

According to a documentary of the Spanish television, Barcelona is the nerve center of the organization outside Italy, exposing the endless business of the Camorra in Catalonia , from the massive drug trafficking to the laundering of huge amounts of money in restaurants, clubs and hotels of the region.

The documentary also features an interview with Maurizio Prestieri, former member of the Di Lauro clan arrested in Marbella in and now pentito, who said that Spain is the favorite place for the camorristi.

Also in , relatives of top members belonging to the Polverino clan claim three million euros to the Spanish State of compensation after their relatives were acquitted by the National Court of the crime of money laundering for which they were arrested in and tried in Among the assets seized were six yachts, two Ferrari Testarossa , one Lamborghini , one Harley-Davidson , bank accounts and real estate.

The plaintiffs are all relatives of the late Giuseppe Felaco, who was allegedly an important member of the Polverino clan based in the Canary Islands , they assure that this Spanish police operation against their family has been a great economic damage, apart from a moral damage.

On 20 November , the Italian police with the cooperation of the Spanish police, arrested two members of the Polverino clan , who belonged to a major transnational organizational structure, created by the Polverinos, based in Valencia and Naples, that between and imported hashish from Morocco via Spain to arrive in the Campania region.

The Camorra has had a presence in Switzerland for more than 50 years, undertaking money laundering but also arms trafficking and drug trafficking.

The Casalesi clan is present throughout the country, and according to the investigations into the clan, it has numerous Swiss bank accounts. In , Ciro Mazzarella , the late boss of the Mazzarella clan , decided to move to Switzerland, after losing a war between Camorra clans in Naples.

From his logistics base in Lugano , he created an enviable economic empire with cigarette smuggling that arrived from Montenegro. According to reports about the Camorra, the United Kingdom is an area of interest to launder money, using finance companies and business activities.

The Casalesi clan , through an entrepreneur and alleged financial intermediary, had invested 12 million euros using various companies based in Great Britain.

Antonio Righi, called "Tonino il biondo", was considered by the investigators as a money laudererer on behalf of the Contini and Mazzarella clans in London.

Among the British companies that figured in his scheme, was one registered at a luxurious terraced house not far from Oxford Street in London's West End.

The trial built against Righi clearly showed that he understood exactly how modern global finance works. The Italian police confiscated million euros belonging to Righi.

Between the mids and early s, Scotland has had its brush with the Camorra, when Antonio La Torre of Aberdeen was the local "Boss".

The La Torre Clan's empire was worth hundreds of millions of euros. Antonio had several legitimate businesses in Aberdeen, whereas his brother Augusto had several illegal businesses there.

Augusto would eventually become a pentito in January The Camorra operated in the United States , primarily in New York City, between the midth century and early 20th century.

They rivaled the now defunct Morello crime family for power in New York City. Eventually, they melded with early Italian-American Mafia groups.

In the s, many Camorra members and associates fled the internecine gang warfare and Italian justice, which was directed at suppressing the groups, and immigrated to the United States.

According to the FBI , it is believed that nearly Camorra affiliates operate in the country. Although they did not appear to recreate their clan structure in the United States, Camorra members have established a presence in Los Angeles , New York City, and Springfield, Massachusetts.

In , the Obama administration imposed sanctions on the Camorra as one of four key transnational organized crime groups, along with the Brothers' Circle from Russia, the Yamaguchi-gumi Yakuza from Japan, and Los Zetas from Mexico.

According to the media, there have always been alliances between the Camorra and the 'Ndrangheta members. On 26 August , Domenico Tripodo , a powerful 'Ndrangheta boss of the time, was stabbed to death in prison on the request of the De Stefano 'ndrina , and with the help of Camorra boss Raffaele Cutolo , the boss of the Nuova Camorra Organizzata NCO who worked with the De Stefano's in drug trafficking.

The operation consisted in transporting the drugs from Venezuela and Colombia, through several European ports including the port of Amsterdam. At the port of Livorno , kilos of cocaine were seized.

On 11 May , a criminal alliance between the sinti criminal organization Casamonica clan , members of the Camorra, and affiliates from the 'Ndrangheta 's of Polistena , Taurianova and Melicucco was dismantled by the police.

On 21 March , 19 arrests were made in Rome of alleged members belonging to the Licciardi clan of the Camorra and members of the Filippone 'ndrina and Gallico 'ndrina accused of drug trafficking.

In , investigations of the Italian police reveals links between the Contini clan and the Crupi brothers, members of the powerful Commisso 'ndrina.

Both organizations are reportedly cooperating in the drug trafficking business. Several Camorra clans have lasting relationships with the Cosa Nostra.

Prominent elements of the Mafia such as Salvatore Riina , Leoluca Bagarella , Luciano Leggio and Bernardo Provenzano found themselves in contact with Camorra clans such as the Nuvoletta clan , members of the Camorra such as Michele Zaza and Antonio Bardellino , and with other groups that formed the Nuova Famiglia confederation in the s.

In the past, the Russo clan had links with the Mafia, particularly in the s and s, at the time of the Corleonesi Mafia era. In , the Direzione Investigativa Antimafia of Catania dismantled a scheme between the Camorra's Mallardo clan and Casalesi clan and members of the powerful Catania's mafia family, led by Vincenzo Enrico Augusto Ercolano, son of Giuseppe Ercolano deceased, but once an important member of the Catania's mafia and Grazia Santapaola, the sister of the historical boss Benedetto Santapaola.

According to the pentito Domenico Verde, the Polverino clan has a good relationship with the Cosa Nostra families from Palermo , in particular thanks to the drug trafficking business.

This organization operated in various cities of Apulia during the s. According to the pentito Antonio Accurso, the Di Lauro clan has several links to the Sacra Corona Unita in question with regards to drug trafficking.

The vast network of drug traffickers, extended from Morocco , passing through Spain , Switzerland and the Netherlands to finally arrive in Trentino and in Bolzano.

Arriving in Italy, the drugs were sold in parks, historic centers and near schools by mainly Tunisian and Moroccan pushers.

Nineteen people were arrested, four are still being wanted in Italy, Spain and in the Netherlands and seventy-three are under investigation.

The links between the South American drug cartels and Camorra clans dates back to at least the s, having stabilized numerous privileged drug channels from South America to Europe over the years.

According to investigations, the Camorra member Tommaso Iacomino allegedly negotiated with the head of Peruvian and Colombian drug cartels over the cocaine trade.

Giuseppe Gallo called 'o pazz the crazy one , boss of the Limelli-Vangone clan, is said to having contacts with Colombian drug traffickers able to reach agreements for the purchase of large quantities of cocaine, supplying various clans in the Naples area.

According to the reports, the drug was found in 19 bags inside a container that arrived from Colombia.

The container was headed to Naples but was intercepted at the port of Genoa. On 18 December , the Italian police arrested 12 people, including members of an international drug cartel dedicated to the drug trafficking between Colombia and Italy.

According to the investigations, the cocaine brought from Colombia was pure and of high quality, and when it arrived in Italy, it was sold at a "retail" price of euros per gram, all the scheme was managed by Camorra members.

According to the Direzione Investigativa Antimafia, the Albanian mafia has alliances with the Mazzarella clan and with the Scissionisti di Secondigliano, both from Naples and with the Serino clan, from Salerno.

Saviano spoke of the Albanian mafia as a "no longer foreign mafia" to Italy and stressed that the Albanians and Italians have a "brotherly" relationship with each other.

Saviano notes that the Camorra feels great affinity with the Albanian crime families because both organizations are based on family ties.

According to the expert on terrorist organizations and mafia-type organized crime Antonio De Bonis, there is a close relationship between the Triads and the Camorra, and the port of Naples is the most important landing point of the trades managed by the Chinese groups in cooperation with the Camorra.

Among the illegal activities in which the two criminal organizations work together are the human trafficking and illegal immigration aimed at the sexual and labor exploitation of the Chinese compatriots into Italy, the synthetics drug trafficking and the laundering of illicit money through the purchase of real estate.

In , investigators discovered a scheme between the Camorra and the Chinese gangs. They exported industrial waste from Italy to China that guaranteed million-dollar revenues for both organizations.

The industrial waste left Prato in Italy and arrived in Hong Kong. Among the Camorra clans involved in this alliance were the Casalesi clan , the Fabbrocino clan and the Ascione clan.

In the beginning, the Nigerians were not tolerated by the Camorra but in recent times both organizations are making alliances. The relations between the Camorra and Nigerian mafia concern mainly drug trafficking and prostitution.

In particular, Camorra members allowed the Nigeria gangs to organize the trafficking of women in the territory in exchange for a share on the earnings.

The Nigerian mafia produces synthetic drugs independently and sells them with the consent of the Camorra. This alliance, however, can change from one moment to another, as the Nigerians have asked to be treated on par with other Italian mafias, for the fact that they are growing both as a military and as an economic force.

According to numerous articles, the Camorra would be in alliances with the Islamic State. The allegations reached the media after the Italian police seized 14 tonnes of amphetamines produced in Syria by the Islamic State, on July 1, Camorra clans would bring the drugs to Italy and take a huge cut for helping to distribute them.

Yet according to the investigations, the drugs production provides the terrorist group with vital revenue for its militant activities.

These bills would then be transported to the Russian Mafia for distribution in 29 post- Eastern Bloc countries and former Soviet republics.

In the s, the Ukrainian mafia cooperated with Camorra clans in the cigarette smuggling business. The Ukrainians would smuggle the cigarettes from Ukraine and Eastern Europe into Italy, where with the help of the Camorra it supplies the Neapolitan market.

In March , a massive international arms trafficking ring was dismantled by the authorities of Italy and Austria and coordinated by Eurojust.

According to the investigations, the alliance between the Camorra and the Austrians lasted for seven years, until the police dismantled the scheme.

I dont know any cases, which are so big and where so many weapons have been sold. The new owners are also not "juvenile guarantors" but several members of the Camorra, one of the most dangerous criminal organizations in Europe.

The weapons are believed to have come originally from Eastern Europe taken to Carinthia in Austria with the objective to arrive in Terzigno near Naples.

DEA documents sent to the Dutch police exposed what would be a super drug cartel headed by Raffaele Imperiale Camorra's drugs and arms dealer , Ridouan Taghi former Dutch most wanted criminal, now in jail , Daniel Kinahan Irish drug trafficker and Edin G.

Bosnian drug trafficker. The meetings took place in , however, it only reached the Dutch media in October The DEA regards this as one of the world's fifty largest drug cartels, with a virtually monopoly of the Peruvian cocaine and would control around a third of the cocaine trade in Europe.

Yet, according to the DEA documents, the destination for all the drugs shipments would be the Dutch ports. With most of the old Camorra clans decapitated, and their bosses either dead or arrested, the organization is experiencing a rise in youth criminal gangs trying to take their places.

This phenomenon is called Paranza , Camorra terminology for a criminal group led by youngsters or "small fish". In , 19 year-old Emanuele Sibillo, considered one of the first young and leading bosses of this new generation, was shot dead by a rival baby gang.

We can clearly see the baby gangs are criminals, or people who want to have criminal careers. But there's a vacuum, because the traditional families have lost their leaders.

In the centre of Naples the bosses are either in prison or they've become state witnesses, so there's this kind of space for younger kids to appear.

They're 17 or 18 with criminal ambition, and they've got a sense of identity of what they want to do. According to Misso, the real power of the organization is now in the hands of the Licciardi clan , Mallardo clan , Moccia clan and Contini clan.

On 2 September , Ciro Mazzarella , one of the last historical godfathers of the Camorra, and head of the Mazzarella clan , died in his villa in the affluent neighbourhood of Posillipo , Naples at the age of According to reports, in , after the arrest of Marco Di Lauro , leader of the Di Lauro clan and fourth son of Paolo Di Lauro , the Contini clan became the most powerful clan of the Camorra, thanks to no internal split, and not having affiliates that became collaborators of justice.

The clan is present in the drugs trafficking, extortion, betting and counterfeiting, also investing hundreds of millions of euros in various countries of Europe.

On 23 April , the powerful boss Mario Fabbrocino , leader of the Fabbrocino clan, died in the hospital of the Parma prison, where he was serving a life sentence for ordering the murder of Roberto Cutolo, Raffaele Cutolo 's only son, in Since 26 June , Maria Licciardi was considered the most wanted fugitive belonging to the Camorra, after she managed to escape the huge police operation against her clan.

Now, Licciardi is considered a free woman, despite her known role as the head of the Secondigliano Alliance. She has always been very feared and respected for her impetuous nature.

According to the media, she is the figure that has well represented the image of the women inside the Camorra, the female symbol of leadership when men are detained or dead.

According to the reports of the DIA about the Camorra, the Mazzarella clan , despite the bloody war against the Rinaldi clan , still one of most powerful organizations in Campania , dominating the territory in various neighbourhoods, and having numerous groups under their influence, as the Ferraiuolo clan.

After a time inactive, the De Luca Bossa clan is believed to be gaining power again in the eastern area of Naples, specifically in Ponticelli , thanks to the merger with emergent groups as the Minichini and Schisa.

On 11 September , Antonino Di Lorenzo, known as o' lignammone, was killed in an ambush near his house in Casola di Napoli. Yet, according to the investigations, the killing happened thanks to the 'permission' of the clans from Castellammare di Stabia, who have always supervised the immensely lucrative marijuana trade from the region.

On 30 October , the release of two affiliates belonging to the Beneduce-Longobardi clan made the media headlines after they were received with a huge party in the neighborhood of Monterusciello, Pozzuoli.

Giovanni Illiano, 48, and Silvio De Luca, 41, were released after 8 years and 10 years in prison, respectively.

More than a hundred of relatives and friends were waiting for them for a party with champagne, flashing nightclub lights, a large fireworks display and a concert of Anthony, a well known neomelodic singer of the area.

According to the investigations, he would have suffered a heart attack. According to numerous reports, the most powerful clans of the Camorra are the Secondigliano Alliance and the Mazzarella clan.

Both clans remain with full dominance of their territories while most of city experiences the growth of small and violent gangs headed by young guys between 17 and 25 years old.

In May , Patrizio Bosti , one of the most powerful Camorra bosses who is still alive and one of the leaders of the Secondigliano Alliance, was released from prison.

Bosti also claimed inhumane treatment while in prison, and will be compensated by the Italian state. The Camorra boss, that was serving a prison sentence since his arrest in Spain in , should have been released from prison in , however he was charged for three years and the halfway between early release and the time calculated as credit for the "inhuman treatment".

The new prison order concerns a recalculation of the sentence by the Emilia-Romagna judiciary, as he was serving his sentece in the region, on the basis of documents provided by the Naples Public Prosecutor.

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In popular attention was drawn to the fact of its survival by a famous murder case in which some 20 alleged Camorristi were brought to trial. Among them was the man reputed to be its chief, who was extradited from the United States.

The severe sentences that were passed on those convicted dealt a shattering blow to the organization.

Many Camorristi fled to the United States, where, according to some sources, they carried on bloody feuds with the Mafia until about , when that organization absorbed the surviving Camorra members.

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On 29 May Raffaele Vallefuoco, an important member of the Polverino clan , was arrested in the Rabat region.

Vallefuoco is considered one of the biggest drug traffickers in Italy and was included on the list of the 50 most wanted fugitives.

According to Francesco Forgione , the former president of the Antimafia Commission , the Camorra is very active in gambling houses and money laundering in the Netherlands.

The Camorra also uses the country to counterfeit clothes, and the clans most involved in this illegal activity are the Licciardi clan , the Di Lauro clan and the Sarno clan.

Augusto La Torre , the former leader of the La Torre clan is suspected of having hid hundreds of millions of euros in Dutch banks, as the La Torre clan was very active in the country in the s transporting large cocaine shipments from South America to Naples via the Netherlands.

In , Raffaele Imperiale bought a coffee shop called Rockland Coffee in Amsterdam, where he sold soft drugs and was involved in large scale cocaine trafficking with the Dutch drug trader Rick van de Bunt.

Imperiale worked in Amsterdam until In , two stolen Van Gogh paintings from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in were recovered in a villa near Naples , connected to Raffaele Imperiale, accused of being one of the Camorra's prolific drug barons.

Imperiale was sentenced to 18 years in absentia for drug offenses. Marfella is believed to have played a coordinating role in the drug trade from the Netherlands to Italy.

In December , the Dutch police arrested in The Hague , Dario Pasutto, a businessman suspected of smuggling thousands of kilos of cocaine and tens of thousands of kilos of hashish from the Netherlands to Italy.

According to the Dutch press, the suspect is a well-known flamboyant entrepreneur, and for many years a Camorra affiliate.

As Peru is one of the largest cocaine producers in the world, the Camorra's interest in the country is entirely related to the drug trafficking.

In the s, Umberto Ammaturo , a Camorra affiliate, established a virtual monopoly of cocaine trafficking to Italy from Peru , where he benefited from the protection and collusion of important personalities.

One of the leaders of the Mazzarella clan , Salvatore Zazo, was allegedly involved in a large scheme of international cocaine trafficking from Peru to Europe, with the intention to acquire total control of the Port of Callao ; one of his contacts was Gerald Oropeza, one of the biggest drug traffickers in Peru.

Camorra clans in Romania deal in money laundering. The Sacco-Bocchetti clan is a subgroup of the Licciardi clan and Manzo took care of the accounting of the clan, and often supervised the supply of drugs from abroad.

In , Nicola Inquieto, an Italian businessman with strong ties to Michele Zagaria one of the leaders of the powerful Casalesi clan , was arrested in Romania.

His businesses in the country are valued at several million euros. According to the Romanian media, since the arrest of his brother Nicola, Vincenzo lived permanently in the country, returning rarely to Italy.

And was reportedly taking charge of the vast business the Casalesi clan, particularly the Zagaria's faction, held in Romania.

According to the journalist Roberto Saviano , Spain after Italy is the country most entwined with the Camorra. It is where the Camorra clans established its massive businesses revolving around drug trafficking and money laundering in real estate.

Camorra has been in Spain since the s. The most powerful clan acting in the country is the Polverino clan due to the number of people they have installed and because of the potential of their structure.

The presence of the organization in the Costa del Sol is so strong that Camorra bosses refer to it as Costa Nostra' "Our Coast" , according to Italian journalist Roberto Saviano , a specialist on the Naples criminal underworld.

Another clan with influence in Spain is the Scissionisti di Secondigliano led by Raffaele Amato nicknamed Lo Spagnolo the Spaniard , because before creating his own clan, he controlled the drug trafficking operation from Galicia to Naples for the Di Lauro clan.

The drug trafficker Pasquale Brunese was arrested in Valencia in , after seven years hiding from the Italian police. In Spain, Brunese owned a restaurant and was living with a false name.

In February , the Spanish police arrested 14 members of the notorious Marranella clan. According to the Guardia Civil , the clan is one of the most important and violent criminal organizations dedicated to the international drug trade and is based in the Costa del Sol.

Alfredo Barasso, linked to the bloodthirsty Casalesi boss Giuseppe Setola , was arrested in Valencia and extradited to Italy.

Barasso was a "bridge" between Italy and Spain, working for the Casalesi clan in the drugs management in the Barcelona area. After his decision to become a pentito, and afraid of retaliation by the Camorra, Barasso would be willing to return to Spain, where he has wife and children, and pay his penalty there, as provided by the bilateral agreements between the two countries.

According to a documentary of the Spanish television, Barcelona is the nerve center of the organization outside Italy, exposing the endless business of the Camorra in Catalonia , from the massive drug trafficking to the laundering of huge amounts of money in restaurants, clubs and hotels of the region.

The documentary also features an interview with Maurizio Prestieri, former member of the Di Lauro clan arrested in Marbella in and now pentito, who said that Spain is the favorite place for the camorristi.

Also in , relatives of top members belonging to the Polverino clan claim three million euros to the Spanish State of compensation after their relatives were acquitted by the National Court of the crime of money laundering for which they were arrested in and tried in Among the assets seized were six yachts, two Ferrari Testarossa , one Lamborghini , one Harley-Davidson , bank accounts and real estate.

The plaintiffs are all relatives of the late Giuseppe Felaco, who was allegedly an important member of the Polverino clan based in the Canary Islands , they assure that this Spanish police operation against their family has been a great economic damage, apart from a moral damage.

On 20 November , the Italian police with the cooperation of the Spanish police, arrested two members of the Polverino clan , who belonged to a major transnational organizational structure, created by the Polverinos, based in Valencia and Naples, that between and imported hashish from Morocco via Spain to arrive in the Campania region.

The Camorra has had a presence in Switzerland for more than 50 years, undertaking money laundering but also arms trafficking and drug trafficking.

The Casalesi clan is present throughout the country, and according to the investigations into the clan, it has numerous Swiss bank accounts.

In , Ciro Mazzarella , the late boss of the Mazzarella clan , decided to move to Switzerland, after losing a war between Camorra clans in Naples.

From his logistics base in Lugano , he created an enviable economic empire with cigarette smuggling that arrived from Montenegro.

According to reports about the Camorra, the United Kingdom is an area of interest to launder money, using finance companies and business activities.

The Casalesi clan , through an entrepreneur and alleged financial intermediary, had invested 12 million euros using various companies based in Great Britain.

Antonio Righi, called "Tonino il biondo", was considered by the investigators as a money laudererer on behalf of the Contini and Mazzarella clans in London.

Among the British companies that figured in his scheme, was one registered at a luxurious terraced house not far from Oxford Street in London's West End.

The trial built against Righi clearly showed that he understood exactly how modern global finance works. The Italian police confiscated million euros belonging to Righi.

Between the mids and early s, Scotland has had its brush with the Camorra, when Antonio La Torre of Aberdeen was the local "Boss".

The La Torre Clan's empire was worth hundreds of millions of euros. Antonio had several legitimate businesses in Aberdeen, whereas his brother Augusto had several illegal businesses there.

Augusto would eventually become a pentito in January The Camorra operated in the United States , primarily in New York City, between the midth century and early 20th century.

They rivaled the now defunct Morello crime family for power in New York City. Eventually, they melded with early Italian-American Mafia groups.

In the s, many Camorra members and associates fled the internecine gang warfare and Italian justice, which was directed at suppressing the groups, and immigrated to the United States.

According to the FBI , it is believed that nearly Camorra affiliates operate in the country. Although they did not appear to recreate their clan structure in the United States, Camorra members have established a presence in Los Angeles , New York City, and Springfield, Massachusetts.

In , the Obama administration imposed sanctions on the Camorra as one of four key transnational organized crime groups, along with the Brothers' Circle from Russia, the Yamaguchi-gumi Yakuza from Japan, and Los Zetas from Mexico.

According to the media, there have always been alliances between the Camorra and the 'Ndrangheta members. On 26 August , Domenico Tripodo , a powerful 'Ndrangheta boss of the time, was stabbed to death in prison on the request of the De Stefano 'ndrina , and with the help of Camorra boss Raffaele Cutolo , the boss of the Nuova Camorra Organizzata NCO who worked with the De Stefano's in drug trafficking.

The operation consisted in transporting the drugs from Venezuela and Colombia, through several European ports including the port of Amsterdam. At the port of Livorno , kilos of cocaine were seized.

On 11 May , a criminal alliance between the sinti criminal organization Casamonica clan , members of the Camorra, and affiliates from the 'Ndrangheta 's of Polistena , Taurianova and Melicucco was dismantled by the police.

On 21 March , 19 arrests were made in Rome of alleged members belonging to the Licciardi clan of the Camorra and members of the Filippone 'ndrina and Gallico 'ndrina accused of drug trafficking.

In , investigations of the Italian police reveals links between the Contini clan and the Crupi brothers, members of the powerful Commisso 'ndrina. Both organizations are reportedly cooperating in the drug trafficking business.

Several Camorra clans have lasting relationships with the Cosa Nostra. Prominent elements of the Mafia such as Salvatore Riina , Leoluca Bagarella , Luciano Leggio and Bernardo Provenzano found themselves in contact with Camorra clans such as the Nuvoletta clan , members of the Camorra such as Michele Zaza and Antonio Bardellino , and with other groups that formed the Nuova Famiglia confederation in the s.

In the past, the Russo clan had links with the Mafia, particularly in the s and s, at the time of the Corleonesi Mafia era.

In , the Direzione Investigativa Antimafia of Catania dismantled a scheme between the Camorra's Mallardo clan and Casalesi clan and members of the powerful Catania's mafia family, led by Vincenzo Enrico Augusto Ercolano, son of Giuseppe Ercolano deceased, but once an important member of the Catania's mafia and Grazia Santapaola, the sister of the historical boss Benedetto Santapaola.

According to the pentito Domenico Verde, the Polverino clan has a good relationship with the Cosa Nostra families from Palermo , in particular thanks to the drug trafficking business.

This organization operated in various cities of Apulia during the s. According to the pentito Antonio Accurso, the Di Lauro clan has several links to the Sacra Corona Unita in question with regards to drug trafficking.

The vast network of drug traffickers, extended from Morocco , passing through Spain , Switzerland and the Netherlands to finally arrive in Trentino and in Bolzano.

Arriving in Italy, the drugs were sold in parks, historic centers and near schools by mainly Tunisian and Moroccan pushers.

Nineteen people were arrested, four are still being wanted in Italy, Spain and in the Netherlands and seventy-three are under investigation.

The links between the South American drug cartels and Camorra clans dates back to at least the s, having stabilized numerous privileged drug channels from South America to Europe over the years.

According to investigations, the Camorra member Tommaso Iacomino allegedly negotiated with the head of Peruvian and Colombian drug cartels over the cocaine trade.

Giuseppe Gallo called 'o pazz the crazy one , boss of the Limelli-Vangone clan, is said to having contacts with Colombian drug traffickers able to reach agreements for the purchase of large quantities of cocaine, supplying various clans in the Naples area.

According to the reports, the drug was found in 19 bags inside a container that arrived from Colombia. The container was headed to Naples but was intercepted at the port of Genoa.

On 18 December , the Italian police arrested 12 people, including members of an international drug cartel dedicated to the drug trafficking between Colombia and Italy.

According to the investigations, the cocaine brought from Colombia was pure and of high quality, and when it arrived in Italy, it was sold at a "retail" price of euros per gram, all the scheme was managed by Camorra members.

According to the Direzione Investigativa Antimafia, the Albanian mafia has alliances with the Mazzarella clan and with the Scissionisti di Secondigliano, both from Naples and with the Serino clan, from Salerno.

Saviano spoke of the Albanian mafia as a "no longer foreign mafia" to Italy and stressed that the Albanians and Italians have a "brotherly" relationship with each other.

Saviano notes that the Camorra feels great affinity with the Albanian crime families because both organizations are based on family ties.

According to the expert on terrorist organizations and mafia-type organized crime Antonio De Bonis, there is a close relationship between the Triads and the Camorra, and the port of Naples is the most important landing point of the trades managed by the Chinese groups in cooperation with the Camorra.

Among the illegal activities in which the two criminal organizations work together are the human trafficking and illegal immigration aimed at the sexual and labor exploitation of the Chinese compatriots into Italy, the synthetics drug trafficking and the laundering of illicit money through the purchase of real estate.

In , investigators discovered a scheme between the Camorra and the Chinese gangs. They exported industrial waste from Italy to China that guaranteed million-dollar revenues for both organizations.

The industrial waste left Prato in Italy and arrived in Hong Kong. Among the Camorra clans involved in this alliance were the Casalesi clan , the Fabbrocino clan and the Ascione clan.

In the beginning, the Nigerians were not tolerated by the Camorra but in recent times both organizations are making alliances. The relations between the Camorra and Nigerian mafia concern mainly drug trafficking and prostitution.

In particular, Camorra members allowed the Nigeria gangs to organize the trafficking of women in the territory in exchange for a share on the earnings.

The Nigerian mafia produces synthetic drugs independently and sells them with the consent of the Camorra. This alliance, however, can change from one moment to another, as the Nigerians have asked to be treated on par with other Italian mafias, for the fact that they are growing both as a military and as an economic force.

According to numerous articles, the Camorra would be in alliances with the Islamic State. The allegations reached the media after the Italian police seized 14 tonnes of amphetamines produced in Syria by the Islamic State, on July 1, Camorra clans would bring the drugs to Italy and take a huge cut for helping to distribute them.

Yet according to the investigations, the drugs production provides the terrorist group with vital revenue for its militant activities.

These bills would then be transported to the Russian Mafia for distribution in 29 post- Eastern Bloc countries and former Soviet republics.

In the s, the Ukrainian mafia cooperated with Camorra clans in the cigarette smuggling business. The Ukrainians would smuggle the cigarettes from Ukraine and Eastern Europe into Italy, where with the help of the Camorra it supplies the Neapolitan market.

In March , a massive international arms trafficking ring was dismantled by the authorities of Italy and Austria and coordinated by Eurojust. According to the investigations, the alliance between the Camorra and the Austrians lasted for seven years, until the police dismantled the scheme.

I dont know any cases, which are so big and where so many weapons have been sold. The new owners are also not "juvenile guarantors" but several members of the Camorra, one of the most dangerous criminal organizations in Europe.

The weapons are believed to have come originally from Eastern Europe taken to Carinthia in Austria with the objective to arrive in Terzigno near Naples.

DEA documents sent to the Dutch police exposed what would be a super drug cartel headed by Raffaele Imperiale Camorra's drugs and arms dealer , Ridouan Taghi former Dutch most wanted criminal, now in jail , Daniel Kinahan Irish drug trafficker and Edin G.

Bosnian drug trafficker. The meetings took place in , however, it only reached the Dutch media in October The DEA regards this as one of the world's fifty largest drug cartels, with a virtually monopoly of the Peruvian cocaine and would control around a third of the cocaine trade in Europe.

Yet, according to the DEA documents, the destination for all the drugs shipments would be the Dutch ports. With most of the old Camorra clans decapitated, and their bosses either dead or arrested, the organization is experiencing a rise in youth criminal gangs trying to take their places.

This phenomenon is called Paranza , Camorra terminology for a criminal group led by youngsters or "small fish". In , 19 year-old Emanuele Sibillo, considered one of the first young and leading bosses of this new generation, was shot dead by a rival baby gang.

We can clearly see the baby gangs are criminals, or people who want to have criminal careers. But there's a vacuum, because the traditional families have lost their leaders.

In the centre of Naples the bosses are either in prison or they've become state witnesses, so there's this kind of space for younger kids to appear.

They're 17 or 18 with criminal ambition, and they've got a sense of identity of what they want to do. According to Misso, the real power of the organization is now in the hands of the Licciardi clan , Mallardo clan , Moccia clan and Contini clan.

On 2 September , Ciro Mazzarella , one of the last historical godfathers of the Camorra, and head of the Mazzarella clan , died in his villa in the affluent neighbourhood of Posillipo , Naples at the age of According to reports, in , after the arrest of Marco Di Lauro , leader of the Di Lauro clan and fourth son of Paolo Di Lauro , the Contini clan became the most powerful clan of the Camorra, thanks to no internal split, and not having affiliates that became collaborators of justice.

The clan is present in the drugs trafficking, extortion, betting and counterfeiting, also investing hundreds of millions of euros in various countries of Europe.

On 23 April , the powerful boss Mario Fabbrocino , leader of the Fabbrocino clan, died in the hospital of the Parma prison, where he was serving a life sentence for ordering the murder of Roberto Cutolo, Raffaele Cutolo 's only son, in Since 26 June , Maria Licciardi was considered the most wanted fugitive belonging to the Camorra, after she managed to escape the huge police operation against her clan.

Now, Licciardi is considered a free woman, despite her known role as the head of the Secondigliano Alliance.

She has always been very feared and respected for her impetuous nature. According to the media, she is the figure that has well represented the image of the women inside the Camorra, the female symbol of leadership when men are detained or dead.

According to the reports of the DIA about the Camorra, the Mazzarella clan , despite the bloody war against the Rinaldi clan , still one of most powerful organizations in Campania , dominating the territory in various neighbourhoods, and having numerous groups under their influence, as the Ferraiuolo clan.

After a time inactive, the De Luca Bossa clan is believed to be gaining power again in the eastern area of Naples, specifically in Ponticelli , thanks to the merger with emergent groups as the Minichini and Schisa.

On 11 September , Antonino Di Lorenzo, known as o' lignammone, was killed in an ambush near his house in Casola di Napoli.

Yet, according to the investigations, the killing happened thanks to the 'permission' of the clans from Castellammare di Stabia, who have always supervised the immensely lucrative marijuana trade from the region.

On 30 October , the release of two affiliates belonging to the Beneduce-Longobardi clan made the media headlines after they were received with a huge party in the neighborhood of Monterusciello, Pozzuoli.

Giovanni Illiano, 48, and Silvio De Luca, 41, were released after 8 years and 10 years in prison, respectively. More than a hundred of relatives and friends were waiting for them for a party with champagne, flashing nightclub lights, a large fireworks display and a concert of Anthony, a well known neomelodic singer of the area.

According to the investigations, he would have suffered a heart attack. According to numerous reports, the most powerful clans of the Camorra are the Secondigliano Alliance and the Mazzarella clan.

Both clans remain with full dominance of their territories while most of city experiences the growth of small and violent gangs headed by young guys between 17 and 25 years old.

In May , Patrizio Bosti , one of the most powerful Camorra bosses who is still alive and one of the leaders of the Secondigliano Alliance, was released from prison.

Bosti also claimed inhumane treatment while in prison, and will be compensated by the Italian state. The Camorra boss, that was serving a prison sentence since his arrest in Spain in , should have been released from prison in , however he was charged for three years and the halfway between early release and the time calculated as credit for the "inhuman treatment".

The new prison order concerns a recalculation of the sentence by the Emilia-Romagna judiciary, as he was serving his sentece in the region, on the basis of documents provided by the Naples Public Prosecutor.

According to the authorities, Bosti has to serve another six years in jail. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the film originally titled Camorra , see Gang War in Naples.

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Its origins are uncertain, but it may have existed in Spain as early as the 15th century and been transported thence to Italy. As the Camorra grew in influence and power, its operations included criminal activities of various kinds, such as smuggling, blackmail, extortion, and road robberies.

The corrupt Bourbon regime did not interfere with the society; indeed, members of the Camorra were taken into the police service, and the organization became entrenched among both Neapolitan municipal employees and the army.

After the unification of Italy , severe repressive measures were inaugurated against the society; these continued for several decades, culminating in an intensive series of manhunts, beginning in Thereafter, the Camorra steadily lost ground; its decline was climaxed by the defeat of all its candidates in the Neapolitan election of Although greatly weakened, the society was not yet extinct.

In popular attention was drawn to the fact of its survival by a famous murder case in which some 20 alleged Camorristi were brought to trial.

Among them was the man reputed to be its chief, who was extradited from the United States. The severe sentences that were passed on those convicted dealt a shattering blow to the organization.

Many Camorristi fled to the United States, where, according to some sources, they carried on bloody feuds with the Mafia until about , when that organization absorbed the surviving Camorra members.

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Sie ist bestens in der Bevölkerung verankert, vor allem aber in den untersten und damit ärmsten Schichten. Jahrhunderts in zwölf Zonen eingeteilt, welche meist von mehreren Clans beherrscht werden: [22] Zu den dominierenden Clans gehört die sogenannte Alleanza di Secondigliano , die vor allem von den Clans Licciardi, Di Lauro und Contini-Bosti repräsentiert wird.

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Sie sollen vielmehr zeigen, dass es möglich ist, sich von illegalen Geschäftspraktiken und Ausbeutung zu lösen. Post navigation vorheriger Beitrag. Camorra Die Camorra aber hat es nicht auf Touristen abgesehen“, schreibt Maria Carmen Morese in ihrer „Gebrauchsanweisung für Neapel“, einer präzis beobachteten. Francesco Patierno zeigt in seiner Dokumentation ein stimmungsvolles Bild von Neapel und der berühmten Mafia Camorra zwischen und Mit bisher. Allen voran: der berühmt-berüchtigte Camorra-Clan. Italien Kampanien | Camorra & Corona | Beschlagnahme . Die Camorra ist die wichtigste kriminelle Organisation in Europa. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. Ein Wort, das die Involvierten selbst übrigens zum Lachen bringt. Dies dürfte auch diplomatische Folgen haben. Regisseur Francesco Patierno zeichnet in seiner Dokumentation ein stimmungsvolles Bild von Neapel und der berühmten Mafia Camorra zwischen und Sie sollen vielmehr Vampirschwestern 2 Ganzer Film, dass es möglich ist, sich von illegalen Geschäftspraktiken und Ausbeutung zu lösen. Jährlich gehen zurzeit mehr als Morde in Camorra auf ihr Konto, die in der Regel unter rivalisierenden Clans verübt werden. Der daraufhin ausbrechende Bandenkrieg innerhalb der Camorra um die Verteilung dieser Gelder forderte allein Camorra zum Mai ca. Die Fussball Live Stream Kostenlos Deutsch besteht aus autonomen Clans und ist daher auch nicht wie die Cosa Nostra vertikal, sondern horizontal organisiert. Europa weiter von dschihadistischem Terror bedroht Camorra blutige Anschlag in Wien zeigt, dass nicht nur Frankreich von dschihadistischem Terror bedroht ist, sondern auch andere europäische Länder. Im Jahre wurden bis zum Oktober schon über Morde verübt. Möglicherweise Camorra es sich auch von einem nach Neapel geflohenen und dort inhaftierten spanischen Verbrecher namens Gamur her. Die Finanzkraft der NCO stieg derart Die Eisk�Nigin Auf Deutsch Der Ganze Film, dass Cutolo sich nun auch Politiker kaufen konnte, um sich dadurch die Kontrolle über das Baugeschäft und die damit verbundenen kommunalen Aufträge sichern zu können. Betrug: Wie alle italienischen Mafias zweckentfremdet die Camorra europäische Subventionen, die für den Wiederaufbau auf dem Land bestimmt sind.

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