The Italian police have discovered a new hideout of the recently captured Cosa Nostra boss Messina Denaro who was on the run for over thirty years
The Italian police have discovered a new hideout of the recently captured Cosa Nostra boss Messina Denaro.
It is another apartment in the Sicilian town of Campobello di Mazara in which there was a hidden room that the local press described as a bunker.
After three decades in hiding, the fugitive Denaro was captured on Monday after going to a hospital to receive treatment for colon cancer.
The boss of the feared Sicilian mafia has been taken to a high-security prison in L'Aquila.
Messina Denaro was tried in his absence and convicted of dozens of murders, including helping to mastermind, along with other Cosa Nostra bosses, a pair of 1992 bombings that killed top anti-Mafia prosecutors.
Those killings led the Italian state to stiffen its crackdown on the Sicilian crime syndicate.
He faces multiple life sentences that he is expected to serve in a maximum security prison and under the particularly restrictive conditions reserved for top organised crime bosses.