Camorra ’eminence grise’ gunned down in Naples

(ANSA) – NAPLES, MAR 16 – A 77-year-old Camorra member gunned
down in an ambush in Naples Monday night was considered an “eminence grise” in the Neapolitan Mob, police said Tuesday.
    Antonio Volpe, hit by a hail of bullets by hitmen on a scooter
in the Fuorigrotta quarter, was a senior advisor to the
Baratto-Bianco-Volpe clans, police said.
    Volpe was the brother-in-law of Antonio Bianco, believed to be a
top lieutenant of the two brothers who run the Baratto family.
    The hit on Volpe could be part of a fresh turf war, police said.
    He had been a mediator in many disputes, they said.
    Volpe was injured in another attempt on his life in 2005.


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