An attic overlooking Fonta di Trevi, and then cars, motorcycles, companies and bank accounts for a total value of over 25 million euros. Goods were confiscated from the boss of the Banda della Magliana, Ernesto Diotallevi. The soldiers of the Provincial Command of the Guardia di Finanza of Rome are executing a confiscation decree.
Ernesto Diotallevi, is a prominent member of the Banda della Magliana, commissioned by the capoclan, Danilo Abbruciati called 'er Camaleontè, on the one hand, to act as a trait d'union between the organization and the economic-financial world of
Capital and the other to take care of relations with representatives of Cosa Siciliana, with particular reference to the Palermo boss Pippo Calò, head of Portanuova and historic "treasurer" of the mafia, present in Rome under a false name.
Among the confiscated properties there are also a house of absolute value, with a view of the Trevi Fountain, 14 rooms and the market value of about 4 million euros, and a tourist complex consisting of terraced houses, facing the sea, in the beautiful setting of Olbia.
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The transaction constitutes the epilogue of the patrimonial investigations, carried out by the specialists of the Organized Crime Investigation Group of the Economic-Financial Police Unit, delegated by the District Anti-Mafia Headquarters, who have documented as «Diotallevi, although acquitted by the Court of Assizes of Rome, in 1996, as part of the known 'trial to the gang of Maglianà, as well as multiple allegations of murder (among others that for the death of the banker Roberto Calvi), had managed to accumulate huge fortunes, despite the absolute shortage of legitimate sources of income, sometimes bringing back the formal ownership of goods to compliant 'prestanomè'.
"The confiscation – writes the Gdf – comes at the end of a long and complex process that led Diotallevi's position to the scrutiny of all grades of judgment up to the Court of Cassation which, in January 2018, canceled the decree by which the Court of Appeals, in May 2017, had the partial revocation of the confiscation measure in order to reform the decision of the Court in January 2015 ".
Specifically, the measure currently being implemented concerns the company's shares, share capital and corporate assets of eight companies, operating in the field of the sale of real estate, the construction of boats, the electricity trade, shipping and holding companies (including a Liberian society, owner of a luxurious villa on the Isle of Cavallo in Corsica); vehicles; bank deposits and life insurance policies; artwork; 43 real estate units, including Rome, Gradara (Puglia) and Olbia (Sassari).
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