Monday, June 24, 2019

'Ndrangheta: King of Cocaine escapes from prison

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat El Pais


The capo of the Italian mafia Rocco Morabito carried out this midnight a prison flight. He escaped
through the roof of the prison in Montevideo, Uruguay, where he was held since 2017, awaiting his extradition to Italy.

Morabito, who was number one in the 'Ndrangheta - the Calabrian mafia, escaped with three other international criminals from the Uruguayan prison.

"About midnight four people with administrative arrest who were housed in the Center of Income, Diagnosis and Derivation of the INR, escaped through the roof of the building through a gap", details a letter from the Communication Unit of the Ministry of the Interior (Unicom) of Uruguay. In their escape, they went through an adjoining house and stole money from their owner, the statement added.

 In addition to Morabito, Leonardo Abel Sinopoli Azcoaga escaped, arrested for a crime of forgery of documents and theft, at the request of the Brazilian justice, as well as, Matías Sebastián Acosta González, awaiting his extradition to Brazil, and Bruno Ezequiel Díaz , arrested for a crime of homicide at the request of the Argentine justice.

Mrs. Élida Ituarte experienced the shock of her life when she left her room at night and found three men in the corridor of her house. She knew that one of them was Morabito.

"We are from the consortium, we come to fix a pipe," said one of the men to explain his unexpected presence in the house. But Morabito, perhaps being honest with this woman of about 60 years, told him that he had to leave prison because his daughter was sick, according to local press reports.

They stole 3,000 pesos (about 88 dollars), at no time they hurt her. When she called the police to report what had happened, an agent explained: "You, when you are alone, always look inside the wardrobes ".

Wardrobes?

Did Morabito access the house through a closet? The first information only indicates that the four fugados would have left by the roof of the Central jail of Montevideo and then they acceded to the adjacent building and to the house of Élida Ituarte.

2017
Morabito had been arrested in Uruguay in early September 2017 after staying for 23 years at large. Who was one of the five most dangerous fugitives in Italy lived in the South American country for ten years with a Brazilian passport under the false identity of Francesco Antonio Capeletto Souza. The police stopped him in a hotel in Montevideo, but he lived in a luxurious mansion in Punta del Este. At his home were found twelve credit cards, thirteen mobile phones, checks and weapons.

The mafioso capo,  moved to northern Italy Italian at age 25, becoming the king of cocaine. From there he began to expand the narcotics distribution network with which the 'Ndrangheta has multiplied its size and danger in recent years becoming the main mafia in Italy.

In South America he was responsible for getting the drug from this continent to the north of Italy, according to the investigators.

In any case, tonight Uruguay plays against Chile for the Copa América, paralyzing the country. In addition, there has been announced a general strike of the PIT-CNT union that will disrupt the activity also from late afternoon. If Rocco Morabito took into account the national idiosyncrasies, he knows that starting at 8pm it will be easier for him to flee.

Based out of Calabria in Southern Italy, the ‘Ndrangheta mafia is thought to control about 80% of Europe’s cocaine trade.

27 comments:

  1. Wow right out of the el chapo playbook!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I remember reading when he got caught, wonder if he'll send that old woman any money for what he took

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes because is a very caring individual

      Delete
  3. "Escape" is not the right word. "Bribed his way out" is a better term.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It does not say, he gave money to the guards. Therefore to conjoir "Escape" is fine.

      Delete
  4. Chiva, there is no forgiving you.
    His eyes are not blocked,
    Like he must be too interesting,
    you did the same with "El Ojitos"

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The victims, pheasants eyes are not blocked, but criminals in Mexico, are blocked, even when convicted of a crime, seems criminals have more rights.

      Delete
    2. I always try to find a clean foto...

      Delete
  5. Ndrangheta colombians mexicans and brazilians with russians are the top 5 mafias! This prison killings in brazil show the real power of this mofos especialy the PCC!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Very wrong, triads and yakuza are the top mafias. They control, drugs, precursors, bootlegging (which brings in more than drugs in Mexico) etc

      Delete
    2. Colombians are not what they used to be

      Delete
    3. Nope. Wrong. Albanian mafia runs europe and reach every corner of the world. Italian mafia is old news. Albanian, Montenegro, and serbian mafia are on top in europe.

      Delete
    4. Triads and yakuza maybe make more money but they never be ruthless like the cartels

      Delete
    5. 11:45 so you mean colombians are weak mafia?

      Delete
    6. 7::02 Whaaaaaat Cha talkin bout willis???

      Delete
    7. 7:02 PM Ndrangheta is perhaps the wealthiest criminal organization in Europe, with a net worth of almost 44 billion Euros (around $60 billion)these guys are Salvatore Lucania's offspring his decedents.

      Delete
    8. Michoacanos are the baddest of all.

      Delete
    9. @7:02PM, good job trolling!! The Yakuza and Triads are some of the most ruthless groups in the world. They just don't do public display for attention. What is understood doesn't need to be said.

      Delete
    10. The triads and yakuza are more internationally dangerous then any southern American cartel...

      Delete
    11. lol yakuzas are broke . They don't even move dope because of their "code of honour" The chinese triads got all the black market in Jp under control. The yakuza only strength now is in laundering money and real estate.,

      Delete
    12. @12:50, only money laundering and real estate. That’s it huh lmao 😂. Do you know how much money are in those two things alone?

      Delete
  6. Good for him..hope he enjoys an does the most with his new freedom

    ReplyDelete
  7. Look at the italian idiot acting tough.

    ReplyDelete
  8. That they control 80% of the coke in Europe is laughable!! Who makes up these lies? Europe is full of groups importing coke. Most countries have their own domestic groups bringing in the coke. Even small markets like Denmark and Sweden have local groups importing tons straight from South America. Uk have always had their own groups importing for the Uk market and beyond. Netherlands is full of local groups and Colombians too. Add all the groups from Easter europe and these olive farmers from Italy are not the big deal outside of Italy as the media claims.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Ok first of all let’s all get the facts straight, the drugs need to get into Europe and in order to do that 60-80% percent of them or at least the cocaine comes in through the ports in Calabria which is home to the Ndrangheta.. it is then shipped north through their companies and distributed to whoever and wherever!!

    ReplyDelete

Comments are moderated, refer to policy for more information.
Envía fotos, vídeos, notas, enlaces o información
Todo 100% Anónimo;

borderlandbeat@gmail.com