Jonathan Guildford at the British newspaper The Daily Mail reports that leaders from the three largest organized crime groups in Italy broke bread together.
There are fears Italy's three most powerful mafia groups may formed a formidable alliance after images emerge of leading figures sharing a meal together.
Senior members from the 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate based in the peninsular region of Calabria. the Camorra of Naples and Cosa Nostra, which is based in Sicily, were allegedly caught on camera sharing a meal of pasta and wine together in a garden in April 2021.
The meeting was reportedly one of many that police had under surveillance with prosecutors warning the emergence of a grand crime coalition in the affluent
'This is Milan,' one alleged Camorra mafia don was heard saying to an ally. 'We're not in Sicily, we're not in Rome, we're not in Naples, this is where we're doing the good stuff,' according to a Telegraph report.
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