Sunday, July 7, 2013

Worlds Most Powerful Cocaine Broker Back in Italy...Behind Bars

BorderlandBeat.com
 
 Pannuzi supplied both Ndrangheta and Cosa Nostra-Zetas have ties to Ndrangheta

A man described as Europe’s most wanted drug trafficker and Italy’s answer to Pablo Escobar was on Sunday night languishing in an Italian jail, after being extradited from Colombia.
 
Roberto Pannunzi, 65 connected by blood and marriage to the powerful ’Ndrangheta clan based in Calabria, in the Italian deep south, was captured on Friday in Bogota in a joint operation by Colombian police and the US’s Drug Enforcement Administration.
 
Nicknamed “Bebe” and known in Colombia as “el Señor” (the Gentleman), Pannunzi is said to have done more than any other mafia boss to bring the smuggling of cocaine and heroin into the modern age by becoming a trusted middleman for trade across continents.
 He was on excellent terms not only with ’Ndrangheta and Cosa Nostra of Sicily but also with the Colombian drug cartels. His name was a byword for high-quality cocaine. Nicola Gratteri, Italy’s top anti-Mafia prosecutor, commented: “He is the biggest cocaine importer in the world. We know that he organizes purchases of 3000 to 6000kg plus, at a time.”
 
It is said that Pannunzi travelled the world with a suitcase of cash so as to be able to bribe his way out of trouble if need be. He is said to have offered his captors in Colombia $1m to set him free. Born in Rome of a Calabrian mother, Pannunzi moved to Toronto with his family as a child.
 
As a young man there he fell under the influence of Antonio Macri, nicknamed Zzi ’Ntoni, who had pioneered the importation of drugs into Canada, bypassing the New York gangs. He also became friendly with a Cosa Nostra leader from Sicily, Salvatore Miceli, with whose help he obtained top-quality heroin refined in Palermo.

His career as one of the first fully international drug smugglers was underway. Roberto Saviano, best-selling Italian author of Gomorra, commented: “He is a modern figure who has transformed the world’s drug traffic.”
Though linked to ’Ndrangheta through a brief marriage to the daughter of a Calabrian boss, Pannunzi made a point of keeping excellent relations with all the different clans. As such, and in contrast to Pablo Escobar, he is said never to have killed anyone. In Rome he operated for years under the cover of running a men’s boutique, and his own appearance was always immaculate.

Pannunzi had been captured twice before – and walked free both times. When he was captured again in Madrid in 2004, he was handed over to Italian authorities, tried, and jailed. But in 2010, he was transferred from jail to a private clinic near Rome for medical treatment, from where he managed to escape. A few days earlier he had said: “If I must die, I prefer to die a free man.” In Italy he has sentences totaling 16 years to serve.

Deriving from the Greek words for “man” and “heroic”, the ’Ndrangheta have never enjoyed the fame of Cosa Nostra in Sicily, but in the past two decades they have overtaken the Sicilian clans as the most powerful and successful Italian drug smuggling gangs, and Pannunzi has played a large part in that success.

The secret network has been in existence for well over a century and possibly much longer. A written code of rules discovered in the 1890s referred to the gangs’ behavior as based on honor, secrecy, violence, solidarity and mutual assistance. One explanation for their success in overtaking Cosa Nostra is that the gangs are organised strictly by families, with a sense of omerta that is correspondingly stronger than in Sicily. As a result, supergrasses are almost unknown.
Source: The Independent




 Ndrangheta: Los Zetas Powerful Ally
In April 2011 I posted a couple of articles about the Zetas-Ndrangheta connection, as a friend sent me a Italian government report regarding the subject.  A few months later Milenio and Insight wrote articles on the same subject.  I am posting the article from Insight Crime by Patrick Corcoran, as it is largely comprised of the outstanding Milenio article....in addition to his insight.  The relationship began when Zs were with CDG-it was unclear until now if the Italian-Mexican relationship was with Zs on behalf of CDG or themselves.  Since the split the Zs relationship has strengthened and it is them that have the alliance and are main suppliers of cocaine to the Italian mafia by shipping cocaine through the U.S.....Paz, Chivis

The rise of the Zetas as not just a Mexican menace but as a significant power in the international drug trade has been helped along by its growing links to a sprawling Italian mafia group known as the ‘Ndrangheta.

As M Semanal, the weekly magazine of the newspaper Milenio, reports in its most recent edition, the links between the ‘Ndrangheta and the Zetas have grown sharply in recent years. A new international investigation demonstrates that the Mexicans have turned themselves into the main suppliers of the ‘Ndrangheta by shipping cocaine through the U.S. and on to Italy. 

This is not the first illustration of Zetas-’Ndrangheta collaboration. Project Reckoning also known as Operation Solare in Italy, uncovered a sophisticated logistical network between the two groups in 2008. The investigation, which involved authorities in the U.S., Italy, Mexico, and Guatemala, resulted in the seizure of millions of dollars in cash. The operation later served as the basis for the Mexican book "Contacto En Italia," authored by the Mexican journalist Cynthia Rodriguez. 

The Zetas'  links to the ‘Ndrangheta and their growing weight in Europe further demonstrates the Mexican cartel's international clout. While the gang was initially no more than a squad of hit men when formed in the later 1990s, since its 2010 split with the Gulf Cartel, for whom it had worked for more than a decade, the Zetas have increased their operations in Central America (especially Guatemala), South America, and Europe. This gives them a separate base of power and source of income more resistent to the pressure from the Mexican government. 

As M Semanal notes, Europe, where the cocaine industry is worth an estimated $34 billion annually is a logical target for Mexican gangs. For the time being, that means working with the ‘Ndrangheta, the dominant importer in Europe. The intimate links between the two gangs suggests that the Zetas' relevance as an international supplier will continue for years into the future, notwithstanding redoubled American and Mexican attempts to eliminate the group.....continues next page...........

As M Semanal reports:

In 2007 the attorney general for the Italian region of Reggio Calabria, Nicola Gratteri, spoke for the first time about the participation of the Mexican cartels in the traffic of drugs to Europe. A series of seizures carried out that year “made him suppose” that the Mexican narcos were aquiring weight on the old continent thanks to their nexus with the Italian mafia group “Ndrangheta, considered the most powerful criminal organization in the world.
At that time, however, he couldn’t prove the existence of a direct relationship between both criminal group. Four years later, a wide-reaching investigation in which he participated would prove his suspicions.

In Madrid, in 2009, during the release of the new edition of the book "Blood Brothers: Stories of the ‘Ndrangheta," Gratteri himself again expounded on the connection between the Mexicans and the Italians. This time he warned abut the criminal revolution that the presence of Mexican cartels would cause there. Gratteri was accompanied in the Spanish capital by Antonio Nicaso, the book’s co-author, an Italian researcher and journalist, who also warned of evidence that the Mexican cartels had been put into contact with the Italian mafia because “although they have a monopoly over the drug trafficking in the U.S., they want to enter the European market. So today there are relations between the Zetas, the armed wing of the Gulf Cartel, and the Calabrian mafia,” he explained.

A month ago (July 2011)-- two years later -- the conjectures of Gratteria and Nicaso were proven true. On July 14 the attorney general’s office of Reggio Calabria reported on the results of a mega-operation known as "Crimine 3,"  which proved that the ‘Ndrangheta have absolute control over cocaine traffic in Europe. According to the results of the wide-reaching international investigation, in which police from Italy, Holland, the US, and Spain all participated, the Italian capos are backed by Colombian traffickers that operate from Europe and by the Zetas, who do so from the US.
During three years of investigation, "Crimine 3" identified the Zetas who operated in New York and who then supplied South American cocaine to the port of Gioia Tauro, a way into the old continent.

Until now, the Mexican gangs in Europe were considered of secondary importance, after the Colombians. As in many European countries, the World Drug Report from the United Nations underestimated their participation on the continent. At the same time, Europol maintained over the last four years a discreet position on the matter. Nevertheless, in April of this year they changed their opinion by assuring that the Mexican criminal groups had increased their participation in cocaine traffic to Europe, and had alarmed authorities regarding the “levels of violence linked to their activities.”

In Europe, the consumption of cocaine has doubled in the past ten years, reaching between 4.5 and 5 million consumers, which generate revenues of up to $34 billion dollars a year, according to the UN.

The increase in demand from the old country has made groups like the ‘Ndrangheta seek more cocaine. In his investigations, Nicaso has identified two supplier groups for the drug: Mexicans and Serbians. The strategy of the Mexicans is to take the drugs directly to Italy from the U.S. at a low cost. In conrtast, the Serbians bring the cocaine “to the doors of the Italian mafia” without them having to look for it in Latin America and transport it to Europe.
 However, “the Mexicans don’t like the Serbians looking for drugs in Latin America to take it to Europe...This can create more violence,” Nicaso adds. He even points to confrontations between the Zetas and the Serbs, because according to the author of the book "‘Ndrangheta: The Roots of the Hatred,"  a group of Serbians recently traveled to Mexico with the idea of exploring opportunities for their illegal businesses. Nevertheless, members of the Zetas intercepted them and killed them.
Sources: Insight and Milenio

88 comments:

  1. 65 yrs old rockin that Polo keepin it TRILL

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  2. Sounds like this guy was a serious big-wig

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  3. The media has all you people fooled. Now who said Chapo is in total control or has the most solid network?
    This guy wasnt a big fish , he was a killer whale.
    Probally has his billions stashed under the ground of his one of many villas in Italy.

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    1. He was a middleman!! The read the article!!! Now guess who supplied him the drugs!!!??

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  4. Damn 300,000kg that's is major freaking weight ther
    Vegas Guys

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    1. Your a genius. Shut up asshole.

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  5. And u guys just thought the italians were out of the game.they have always been there and never went away

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  6. even the police in italy have their uniforms designer made by gucci, it goes to show, be quiet, careful and ready to go. why stand your ground and get your flesh mangled and your teeth gnashed, shut the fuck up, work the angles to keep the peace

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    1. Yup! Thats how they roll and how this guy is 65 yrs old and still at it.40 will never make it to this guys age cause he dont operate like this guy.i dont justifiy any of it but if u gonna sell dope just do it like this guy did and dont just randomly kill innocent ppl.italians have known that wasnt good business for well over a 100 yrs too bad the narcos in mexico havent learned this yet

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    2. You're wrong

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  7. Robert Pannuzi moves major weight-of slices pizza and meatballs into his mouth.lmao. In all seriousness though, although Pannuzi is a criminal, I like his style of work. He moves major weight without all the killings that are usually involved with drug trafficking in places like Colombia and Mexico. Just like in futbol soccer-
    no violence. N'drangheta and Cosa Nostra tend to establish commissions inorder to share the wealth of the rackets of organize crime. Not to say the N'drangheta is not susceptible to violence, however, they tend to limit it to when its absolutely necessary. Let's remember that Italians are Latin just like Mexicanos and Colombianos. Maybe the cartels ought to take a page out of the Italians "this thing of ours".

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    1. I like the ndrangheta`s style, period. They`re pretty ballsy, from dealing with afghani heroin lords to somali war lords for toxic waste disposal.

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  8. Great article as always, thanks!!!

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  9. Its all about the Italian Mafia and there best best buddys the Zetas.No wonder the Z are the bloodiest cartel in Mexico cuz they have that Italian blood.

    Viva Italian Z! Keep killing those Golfas jerks!

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    1. Lol que pendejo.

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    2. You are retarded how do you even know how to work a computer , moron

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    3. Lol seriously the stupidest comment I have ever heard ^^^ fuck all those nasty rats of Z

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    4. What the fuck hahaha you just made your self look stupid, But on the real there is Zetas in Europe.

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    5. When people say Europe, what part of Europe ?? Europe is a continent.. so what country

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  10. Z40 and his bro 42 are eating some good italian pasta and drinking the most expensive Italian wine with the Godfathers of the Ndrangheta Mafia and La Costa Nostra.And hearing some good old opera.Can't hate the Italian mafia style most probably they are talking about La Formula 1 and there ferraris and joking around how they kill golfas in Mexico.

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  11. VAFFANCULO alla ndrangheta siciliano, cosa nostra Siciliana, camorra Napoletana, sacra corona unita Pugliese, cartello di Sinaloa, los zetas, cartello del golfo ecc... MAFIOSI DI MERDA!!!

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  12. What's the old saying? "Life starts after 65"

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  13. 300,000kg at a time talk about exaggerating to make there take down look 100 times better lol i call Bullshit on that one but it was a good laugh.

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  14. This dude looks like an Italian Juan Gabriel.lol

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  15. hahaha the look on his face was priceless!!
    I like how he tried to bargain with the police..he's like yo check out this Rolex I got like 10 more at home. how much u want and we each go our separate ways. The officer is like sorry man I can't this time they have us on camera!! Sorry to jail u go buddy!!

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  16. From all the italaian mob movies I've seen it was getting involved in drugs that brings em down.

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  17. Another report from the same person said this guy only moved 2 tons a month. That's a lot of weight but definitely not the worlds most powerful player. A small fry compared to Amado Carrillo or even Pablo Acosta . As far as the 300tons, it would take him 12.5 years at the rate he was going. His capacity was with serving as an emissary (a go-between, a link) between the Italians and the Colombians and the Italians and the Mexicans. He himself was not the most powerful. He represented powerful people. The cops, as always, are playing it up for the camera. He will be replaced. Business will go on.

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    1. Sure thing budy. thats for sure.

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  18. Lol this is funny people believe anything

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    1. If its in the internet it must be true right

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  19. you haven't made it in the cartel game until you own a RoLexus-thats a lexus, filled with rolex's...puro pedo

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  20. I kno for a fact sinaloa has ties with the Camorra real gangstas rite there.

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  21. Meth will take over in Europe in the next couple of years....Then its the Zombie apocalypse....kill all tweakers...

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    1. Lololololololol yo no se! yo no tengo la culpa. Lolololol

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  22. 300,000 kg at a time hahaha talk about exaggerating the take down to make it look 100 times better to the sheeple. That statement was a good laugh though.

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  23. He will pull a chapo and walk out of prison. Too much money to corrupt and already corrupted italian government

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    1. Yeah I also belive he will find the ropes or the shade under the tree.

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  24. He is even more cute than chapo. Hmmm

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  25. I wanted to give readers a heads up...

    I added an article about the relationship of Zetas and Ndrangheta mafia. the 'N' controls 80% of the cocaine market in Italy..

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    1. There was A columbia. Group who declared war on Zetas or am i wrong?

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  26. Interesting article, but seriously, 300,000 kilos? who are you trying to kid? Jokes

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  27. I didnt know the pillsbury doughboy was real...

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  28. Whatever happened to cuatro ojos after Acosya was gun down

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  29. thats more than 661 thousand pounds, thats quite a bit. sounds excessive

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  30. Big pauli got caught lol but i bet unlike the mexican narcos he dont give up shit to the police.

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  31. thats more than 661 thousand pounds, thats quite a bit. sounds excessive. are you positive someone didnt add some extra zeros along the way in translation.

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  32. I wonder what kind of conditioner his barber uses? Nice.

    But seriously, his hanging out in Colombia with the producers is nothing new. Its the sure way to guarantee a certain shipment quantity. & everyone knows most of the coca going to Europe is trafficked to Houston and then on to Italy and Spain by the Italians.

    The only good thing is, the Italian mafiosos abroad have class and are quiet about their dirt.

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  33. There was no translation..written in English

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  34. As for amount of drug he moves I agree there must be a typo, so I did some searching of interviews with the Italian police etc and found the following two reports:

    1. He is the biggest cocaine importer in the world,'' said Nicola Gratteri, deputy chief prosecutor in Reggio Calabria in southern Italy - a bastion of the 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate Pannunzi belonged to.

    "He is the only one who can organise purchases and sales of cocaine shipments of 3,000 kilos to 6,000 kilos and up,'' Gratteri told reporters.


    2. Roberto Pannunzi `'at the moment is the most important broker for cocaine trafficking from South America to Europe," Gen. Andrea De Gennaro, an Italian anti-drug customs police official, was quoted as saying by the Italian news agency ANSA.

    De Gennaro described Pannunzi as being able to `'move thousands of kilos of cocaine – out of every 10 shipments, eight passed through,

    Pannunzi's hands", De Gennaro said, as Italian law enforcement officials and prosecutors rejoiced over his capture.

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    1. Wow 8 of the 10 passed thru damn they were makn serious money if that's the case

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    2. The mexican narcos will never be as smart as the italians about running organized crime.the closest they got to that is chapo lowkey with little violence among the communities is how the italians do it.not saying i like any of them cause the italian mafiosos are as greedy as any of them out there they just know that bodies in the street is bad for their business and draws unwanted attention

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    3. I would assume their smarter if they are making much more money then the italian mafias and are much more powerful than the italians. When it comes down to it all that matters is the money and the power to them. Ive never seen an Italian mobsters networth at 25 billion like Amado Carillo had in the 90s. Lets be realistic, the Mexican cartels would eat the italian mafia alive

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    4. Maybe for now but will they be around in over a hundred years like the italian mafiosos? I seriously doubt it.when u make that much noise and are that greedy u bound to go down the roman empire did

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  35. @July 8, 2013 at 3:14 PM

    Bullshit. Europe have pure amphetamine, a lot. You think here is markets for shit like meth? Thats for stupid idiots who's not gonna live long with it.
    Pure amphetamines: I know users who has done it for decades and you cant see it out.

    As long as we have labs here for amphetamine, no-one is even thinking your shit meth. Actually, we dont need anything from there. Good weed, amphetamine, you dont need anything else. Coke doesnt compete with that mix either. :)

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  36. @July 9, 2013 at 1:44 AM

    I guarantee you that Houston has very little to nothing to do with Europe's coke. It's at least 90% what comes through north africa and spain into Europe.

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  37. thanks Chivis that sounds a bit more reasonable

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  38. They are obviously exaggerating with Pannunzi, if anybody in Italy is close to Pablo Escobar or Chapo Guzman its Matteo Messina Denaro, strongest crime figure in Italy by far and richest, no way they will arrest him ever.

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  39. If this connection between La Letra and the Ndrangheta continues without disruption, that can only mean more success for the Zetas. The Europeans pay in Euros and Pounds - the Euro/Pound is worth 20%/34% more than the our U.S.D. respectively. More purchase power for MATM and his Zs expansionist policies. The other cartels better watch-out. It's not surprising that Mexicans and Italians have started working together out of NYC, since a large Mexican community mainly from Puebla has been established in NYC. We all know about the Italian community out of NYC. One key factor that assists the Ndrangheta in trafficking cocaine successfully is the network of Italian communities that exist worldwide, including Mexico; in fact, Italian communities are prominent in Latin American in places like Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, etc. You have to hand it to Lazca and Z-40 with establishing this business arrangement with the Ndrangheta; perhaps out of Monterrey since there was a story not long ago about Italian mafiosi living there with organized crime(Zs )connection. Watch-out for Brazilians! According to a story posted on BB thread, their starting to move weight thru Africa. They might turn Africa into the next Mexico if they if trafficking organizations begin to fight for corridors to Europe. The Brazilians share a common language with countries like Angola and Guinea-Bissau.

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    1. Blah blah zeta nut hugging..

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  40. to 4:59 you need to go back and read again and do some research.

    chivis got to give you props I remember when you posted 2 or 3 article about Zetas and Ngdrangheta years ago on forum and people weren't buying it. You stuck to your guns on the subject. Yours was the first body of information about it I ever read. This year the "news" was big all over the place only it was old news if you follow BB and chivis. good job.

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  41. there is an even better article right now at proceso about a book by lucia capuzzi, exactly about the italian mafia, their level of secrecy is impressive, they try by all means to avoid murders, they do exactly the opposite to what mexican cartels do, they avoid heating up their plazas, they're absolutely forbidden by their codes of honor to hurt civilians, specially women and children, imagine the public outrage that would come from the italian mafia killing a woman or a child,and forget decapitations, and all these atrocities that mexicans do, i'm saying just plain old execution style murder of a woman or a child, there would be so much public pressure that the state would have no other option than to crush these mafias, they've done it in the past with the cosa nostra, but that's europe, mexico is exactly the opposite, these sons of bitches murder, rape, torture, decapitate women and children and even film it for it to be viewed by thousands online, and what does the public opinion, the mexican society say? absolutely nothing! they don't give a shit, mexico is the best example of a darwinian society where nobody gives a shit about the rest, there is no sense of community, they just care about their own circle of fuckin compadres and so called familia, fuckin drunks, it's so sad to see a society fall so low, and watch out! have you gotten a feelin' of the vox populi these days? mexicans once again are being depicted as savages by the american media, look at all these movies coming out about mexican culture and violence, there's one called exactly that, savages, once again like at the turn of las century, before that cocksucker john wayne, where mexicans were seen as bandits, savages, low lifes, less than human creatures whom all american wanted to avoid, or just forget about them being around. that's what mexico is becoming once again to the eyes of the world because of these mafias, but more importantly by the ever present aphaty, the stoic nature of mexicans that is not even conservative individualism about not giving a shit about the rest, not in the american way, it's more than that. they know it.

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    1. I m mexican and instead of me bashing ur post im goint to agree, our country mexico and its people have fallen to an all time low.sad but truee

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  42. @ 2:16 am

    The U.S also had really good amphenimines,the point is JUNKIES get used to it ,and they want something stronger.Right now there are mega labs that are producing 95 to 98 percent pure Meth. Once the junkies do it, they LOVE IT!!!!Also ,I'm willing to bet that the Coke in Europe is cut with some sort of Meth or lidocaine,lethicin,speed,ect.NO WAY IS PURE....Too many people are involved before it gets to the consumer-they all cut it with something....It's a damn shame-

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  43. El Senor Chapo moves tons of cocaine from Colombia to Mexico to USA to Europe and Australia to China .CDS transports and generates more money than this pizza delivery man .Arriba la gente de negocios pesados .

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  44. Been a reader for years.. only posted once.. but i had to post on this one.. the Italian mob vs the Mexican cartels comparison is so off.. so wrong.. there is NO comparison. Let's first start off with the Mexican cartels.. the Mexican cartels had to deal with the political pressure from the USA for the Mexican president to put pressure on them.. for years there was violence.. but never like this.. never before.. the pot had been stirred.. and where lines were drawn.. now there was a battle for turf.. and now everyone is muscling for turf. Please let's clarify and remember that this is a TURF WAR. The Italians are long established.. they don't have to deal with this at all. They are much smaller, so therefore control is a lot easier to achieve, and there are roots in those organizations that go way back. While MExican Cartels seem to spring up every month or so. Also.. Italy is a lot smaller.. therefore there is a lot less turf and a lot less people to compete for the market. Mexico has 2 oceans on its borders.. it borders the USA.. it borders other Central American nations.. and it is like 10 times as big as Italy. In addition to all of this.. we are talking about ONE Italian guy that got caught.. you mentioned 2 Italian gangs/organization.. while in Mexico there are a lot more regions/families/organizations. These comparisons talking shit about the Mexican cartels is really annoying because it does not take into account all of the other dynamics that are going on. I love how some people love to talk shit about not killing and being low-key like the Italians.. well this would be easy for anyone if you don't have any competition like the Mexicans do.. you got DEA/Mexican authorities fucking shit up.. and then you've got your cartels fighting each other.. the proximity to the USA by that fact alone is going to produce instability. So please stop the comparison.

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    1. The italian mafiosos been battling the u.s gvt for a very very long time.it took the u.s a long ass time to even establish that there was an organization of them cause they were so secretive and was very aggravating for the gvt.italy is not the only place they operate as they are greedy like the rest of them.the mexican narcos are easy to spot for the u.s as they make too much noise about their business.i dont talk shit about anyone except the ones that kill innocent ppl u never see the italians do that.i dont have much use for any of them though and they damn sure dont make any money off of me

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    2. Cool story bro.... face it, when it comes to organized crime the low key silent type make the more amount money. Which would be the Italians.

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    3. So because their country is smaller, you can't compare them to the carteles Mexicanos. Apparently the cartels and culture of Mexico doesn't agree with you. Who's cars and designer clothes do Mexicanos/narcos glorify in their culture? The Italian culture has been very influencial on a world scale. Remember the Roman Empire? That was them. They know how to run businesses, including the business of organized crime. I agree with the turf war part of what you said. What is the solution to that problem. One, two, or three cartels need to outright wipe out the rest of the cartels. As of this moment, no cartel is strong enough to carry that out. Some of the cartels are working on that: Sinaloa, Gulf, Zetas come to mind. That is why the Italians don't have that chaos. Either that or a stronger Federal government that reins in the cartels. However you need to read the the story more closely and give credit where credit is due. Your not giving the Mexico cartels enough credit. Even with all the pressure their receiving from the U.S.A./Mexico govts./ rival cartels they still managed to traffic drugs and establish business arrangements in Europe. The Zetas are working with the Ndrangheta and control parts of of Guatemala, The Sinaloa Cartel are working with the Italian Camorra, moving major weight throughout Europe, Australia, highly influential in Colombia, and control parts of Guatemala. That's not even talking about the weight their moving in the U.S.A. I'am not Italian. I'm American and Mexican.(Mexican- American)

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    4. Mexico is so fucked up now. Why cant it be like the 90s where everybody worked without beheadings or gruesome video shit. The Arellano Felix brothers had Mexico on lock. They were well organized with the the structural organization of a Italian crime family. I know what you expressing though.

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    5. 11:28 pm sinaloa and camorra working together.... Cool story bro

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  45. El señor = The lord

    El caballero = The gentelmen

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  46. most of that article is about how this guy brings in most of the coke that goes to europe through his networks, mostly southern europe up through north and west afrika

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  47. chivis are you gay

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  48. so he work just for colombia and zetas and what about chapo and mexican mafia

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  49. Guys like this are just as big just not as noisy bout their business.u think any of their dope is gonna get into italy without those italian mafiosos hands in it? Dont think so they have been into criminal activity far longer than the mexican narcos

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  50. 2:05 another Chapo nuthugger... you need to realize that Chapo is not top dog son.. the low key mafiosos are the ones making real money.. cause you heard you're history lesson on a corrido dont make it true son.. fuck Chapo and all cartels..

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  51. pobres pendejetes los dizque expertos hablan si saber y ni conocer nada mas lo que ven aqui puro narco de fantasia pinchis imbeciles

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  52. Cracker cracka crack . The whip master.. whipping yo ass

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  53. Italian mafia is secret society, you will never see killing with message, or songs about bosses, or pictures with guns, convoys of cars with names of organization's, that's nonexistent.They are secret organization that through money and other connections asserts control on society.Ndrangheta makes around 70 billion a year, main business drug trafficking,extortion and commercial enterprise and public contracts.Because they make their living on secrecy there will never be popular boss like in Mexico.But they are powerful and rich, the organizations turnover is around 70 billion and growing.

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  54. Puro Chapo Mayo y Azul .CDS al control moviendo mota coca y ice pa que los gringos la disfruten.Los italianos solo pa hacer pasta.

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  55. Mexican cartels got no class!!!!!!!

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  56. Im mexican and asamed of my country. Look at these men. No mask , if that were here thayed hide there faces. These men r proud of taking the garbage out. A country thats scared of thete crominals is a deying country. We need to stop glorifying these basterds. Theres nothing good about them pinche pendejos

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  57. Never be ashamed of where youre from just the ones who are doing this bullshit.i am a u.s citizen and love my country just dont like what the gvt does but alot of good ppl here just like mexico has a lot of good ppl

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  58. Italy went through something similar to what Mexico is going now, but because the country is smaller and crime groups are all south there was not that many killings,around 2000,but high number of officials.It all escalated in 1992/93 and killings of Falcone and Borsellino.What end up happening after that is not victory of Italian government but arrangement,heads of crime families and high government officials made peace that is still active .They communicated through ex mayor of Palermo, Vito Ciancimino.Government wanted Riina(head of the mafia,boss of bosses), other bosses thought Riina was maniac, they made a deal and Provenzano gave him up, his sons and all his family members and allies were arrested.Peace was made and business continued.

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