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Camorra diesel in the province of Salerno, in the interceptions the pact between bosses and oil tankers – breaking latest news

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For the Antimafia it was the Pollese entrepreneur Massimo Petrullo who opened the doors of the Vallo di Diano to the Casalesi clan. The first contacts between the man believed to be close to organized crime in the Caserta area, Raffaele Diana, and Massimo Petrullo date back to 2015, and the beginning of commercial relations with companies, some attributable to the Casalesi family and those with the Taranto mafia clan represented by Michele Cicala. Representing the clan in the Diano was Raffaele Diana who, perhaps to make her presence in the area more evident immediately after entering into business with Petrullo, had also taken up residence in the small town of San Pietro al Tanagro. Probably the possibility of being able to get out of the state of economic difficulty in which his company was facing led the entrepreneur from Pollesi to accept Diana’s offer who thus began to launder his own illicit capital and those of the Casalesi, coming from illicit waste trafficking. in the entrepreneurial activities of Petrullo. And the results arrived in a short time because from a particularly critical economic situation following the entry into the corporate structures, as shareholders and de facto managers, of the members of the Diana family, the Petrullo company recorded an economic boom with a multiplication of profits that made the DDA men suspicious, who had been monitoring various entrepreneurial activities in the Diano for some time. In a short time, Petrullo’s society became the privileged channel through which the Diana family had infiltrated the local economic-social fabric (re.sa.)

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