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Veneto crime boss villa grounds turned into public park

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Venice, April 11 - The grounds of a lavish villa
once owned by notorious Veneto crime boss Felice Maniero are
being turned into a public park.
Part of a swathe of initiatives to turn ex-mafia assets to
public use, the confiscated estate in Maniero's home town of
Campolongo Maggiore near Venice is being converted by 100
high-school students in their spare time.
Former 'Brenta Mafia' chief Maniero, 57, dubbed 'Angel
Face', was freed in 2010 after serving more than 20 years in
jail.
A successful Italian TV series was made by and shown on Sky
Italia about his career and lifestyle last year.
Maniero, who has since repented and lives in a secret
location as a State's witness, complained it was a "travesty"
and there was nothing glamorous about a life of crime "which
only puts young people in the hands of ruthless Mafia bosses".

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