Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018
BOTRICELLO

'Ndrangheta apartments turned into youth shelter

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Botricello, April 4 - Two apartments once used by
families of 'Ndrangheta mafia members are being turned into
youth shelters in southern Italy.
The homes were emptied out Thursday in preparation for a
group home devoted to troubled young adults.
An adjacent field was also cleaned up before it can be
turned into a vegetable garden that will produce food for the
shelter.
Italian authorities have made a point of putting
confiscated mafia property to good use, preferably something
involving public institutions, so as to symbolise the return
of the State's control.
A set of luxury apartments in Corleone, Sicily belonging to
jailed former boss of bosses Salvatore (Toto') Riina, for
example, has been turned into the local headquarters of the tax
police.
In 2011, the Italian national soccer team showed its
solidarity with the fight against organised crime by training on
land seized from 'Ndrangheta in the small town of Rizziconi in
Calabria.

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