Authorities will arrest 25 people na Italy, Belgium e Alumanha, um operations linked to an alleged gang of drug trafficking commanded by the mafia ‘Ndrangheta, informed the Italian policena in this second fair (5).
They managed to deal with drug shipments with powerful South American cartels, including the Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC), of Brazil.
The criminal organizaon operave na Calabria, traditional placenaHe gives ‘Ndrangheta, but also has a post na To theumanha, and imported “large quantities” of cocaínaherona e haxixe, disse a Guardia di Finanza, the police alfandegária.
you suspeitos sao accused of various crimes, including gang formation and drug trafficking, and tiveram bens not worth 3.8 million euros seized, including property, land and umdams.
em In a separate statement, the Belgian federal prosecutor said that he heard two suspicions from prisoners not country, and one was not arrested na To theumanha by means of an errand of prisao Belgian.
To ‘Ndrangheta, who surpassed Cosa Nostra da Sicília as the most powerful mafia group of Italyis known for having endorsed his influence throughout the world, um a large part thanks to his role as againstcocaí banditna gives Latin Americana for Europe.
Belgian authorities claimed that the prisoners were linked to a operation earlier than, um 2015, cast light on a group of ‘Ndrangheta that imported cocaína da América do Sul for o sul da Italy via Belgiumbased on “logistics” um Frankfurt, na To theumanha.
Italian police arrest mobsters allied to the PCC
In the last third fair (30), the Italian police had arrested 40 people in a new action against the ‘Ndrangheta mafia, with suspicions accused of drug trafficking with counterparts in Brazil and in other Latin American countries using clandestine Chinese laundering networks of money.
The action occurred less than a month after an operation in which the European police arrested more than 100 gangsters, suspected of drug and arms trafficking.
The investigation tracked down, from the end of 2019 to July 2022, the trafficking of 1.2 tons of cocaine, 450 kg of haxix and 95 kg of maconha, informed the police in a statement.
The network managed to deal with drug shipments with powerful South American cartels, including the Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC), from Brazil, and Colombian, Peruvian, Mexican and Bolivian criminal organizations, told the police.
Source: CNN Espanol