Sabato, 20 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Police arrest man in Camorra beach murder probe

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Rome, February 20 - Police arrested a man on
Wednesday they say was a witness to the Camorra gang murder last
August on a beach in Terracina.
Gaetano Marino, 48, considered a leading figure in the
deadly Camorra gang, was killed in a burst of gunfire on August
23.
Clad only in bathing trunks, he was killed after walking
into the Serenella beach resort in the coastal town of Terracina
in front of terrified beach-goers.
Terracina is about 80 kilometres southeast of Rome.
Now police say they have arrested a friend of the victim,
and likely witness, and have charged him with aiding and
abetting the murder and obstructing the investigation by
refusing to tell all that he knew about the murder.
The 31-year-old man, who lives in Naples, is not believed
to be affiliated with any gang but instead shared a passion for
fireworks with Marino and was likely the last person to speak to
him before his execution.
Though the man initially denied any involvement, wiretaps
told a different story, police say.
One of the reported motives for the slaying of Gaetano
Marino and the murder one month later of his brother Raffaele
Abete, could be an internal gang power struggle.

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