63 arrests in Naples, Caserta and Salerno

The operation was triggered at the first light of dawn, conducted by the Special Unit of the Currency Police of the Guardia di Finanza and by the Provincial Commands of Naples, Caserta and Salerno, at the disposal of the Dda of Naples. 63 people were arrested, 48 of whom ended up in prison, for criminal association aimed at money laundering.

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Vast anticamorra operation that took place this morning between the provinces of Naples, Caserta and Salerno: the soldiers of the Special Currency Police Unit of the Guardia di Finanza, together with the Provincial Commands of the three cities of Campania, coordinated by the District Anti-Mafia Directorate of Naples, they arrested 63 people, accused of laundering money in favor of the Casalesi clan. According to the investigators, the suspects would have laundered money in favor of the powerful Camorra clan, over 100 million euros, through systematic and conspicuous tax fraud: of the 63 arrested, 48 ended up in prison, as ordered by the investigating judge of the Court of Naples at the request of the Neapolitan Dda.

The hands of the Casalesi on the electricity grid in the Caserta area

Last July, however, the carabinieri, in the course of an operation also coordinated by the Neapolitan anti-mafia district directorate, arrested three people, accused in various ways of external competition in mafia-type association, extortion, fraudulent transfer of values ​​and use of money of illicit origin. At the same time, three companies involved in the excavation and laying of electric cables, attributable to those arrested, were also seized. According to the investigators, the suspects, for years, had almost a monopoly on the procurement of works on the electricity grid in the Agro-Aversa, thanks to the intimidation of the Casalesi clan, in which they would have participated as outsiders, making their companies available. For two of the arrested, the doors of the prison were opened, while the third was subjected to house arrest.


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