Italy in the 40ties

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Italy in the 40ties

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05 Mar 2010, 20:45 #1

Barbaccia family feud with Lorello family from Godrano
For dozens of years had the family Barbaccia fought a bloody vendetta with the family Lorello from Godrano and a lot of people had been killed. In 1918 was Antonio Barbaccia killed (the father of bandit leader Francesco Barbacccia “lu zu Cicciu”). In 1942 was Giuseppe Lorello killed.

Sicily invasion plans
In january 1943 Winston Churchill got president Roosevelt sofar to use Sicily in their plans as a start for their invasion of Europe and they begin planning the invasion of Sicily. The Engelish secret service had already working for them the lawyer Vito Guarrasi and the communist Antonio Canepa and had contacts with the for the fascists to London fled Sicilian Separatists Luigi Sturzo and Andrea Finocchiaro Aprile. The USA didn’t have these contacts and contacted Luciano and his friends to contact mafiosi at Sicily. In january, february and june the USA dropped agents at Sicily, under whom Charles Poletti (Dewey’s former righthand) who was hidden by count Lucio Tasca, a separatist. The Separatists grouped around the Tasca's in Palermo, the Carcasi's in Catania, Stefano La Motta in Nicosia and the leftists around the communist Canepa and were trusted by the Allied Forces.

General George Smith Patton Jr
Patton commanded the Seventh Army during the invasion of Sicily in July 1943, and in conjunction with the British Eighth Army under Alexander restored Sicily to its citizens.

10 July 1943 American and British forces invaded Sicily, the armies under Patton and Alexander landed on Sicily's south coast, under them is colonel Poletti.

Syracuse fell 10 July 1943

Barbaccia family feud with Lorello family from Godrano
Immediately after the invasion of Sicily by the allied forces were the brothers Giuseppe and Paolo Vanella of the Barbaccia group killed. In 1944 was Paolo Miceli killed and a few months later was Filippo Di Maggio killed they were of the Lorello group. Francesco Barbaccia won the vendetta and became the most important bandit in the area, his gang stole cattle which they hide in the Ficuzza forest where they butchered the animals after which the gang sold the meat in Palermo.

Augusta fell 13 july 1943 to the advancing British 8th Army with the XII Corp advancing on Catania.

13 July 1943 the leading troops were held up by an enemy rearguard at Lentini. To speed up the advance, landings were made to capture the bridges to the north of the town. No 3 Commando landed at Agnone and prevented the destruction of the Ponte del Malati while the 1st Parachute Brigade and 151 Brigade captured the Primasole Bridge over the Simeto giving the British forces a route to the plain of Catania. These gains were made at considerable cost because of resistance from the Hermann Goring Division. Firmly established on the slopes of Mount Etna the Germans held up the British advance. The plain with the Gerbini airfields was in dispute for almost three weeks.

Palermo mayor Alberto Monroy
General Alberto Monroy was Palermo’s mayor from 15 july 1943 till 21 july 1943.

Agrigento taken
16 july 1943 was Agrigento taken by Truscott’s men.

General Montgomery takes Messina
Montgomery, stopped by the Sicilian terrain as much as the German resistance, took Messina 17 August 1943, too late to stop the Axis forces from evacuating 40,000 men, 10,000 vehicles including 44 tanks, and thousands of tons of ammunition and supplies under constant and heavy air attack.

Patton takes Palermo
Patton advanced on Palermo, taking it 22 July 1943.

Palermo mayor Tasca
Colonel Charles Poletti (Commissario affari civili G.M.A.) 22/7/1943 27/9/1943. Charles Poletti wordt militair gouverneur van Sicilië ( en later van Rome) en behoudt de functies lange tijd. Na de bevrijding van Palermo wordt de graaf Tasca burgemeester en ook benoemd Poletti Calogero Vizzini en Genco Russo tot burgemeesters, de laatste in Mussumeli, als verklaarde anti-fascisten. Als de overgave op Sicilië wordt getekend is dat het eerste stukje bevrijde Europa en alle officiele afgevaardigden van de gealieerde landen zijn aanwezig, ook Poletti is er met in zijn kielzog enkele mafiosi. Poletti’s rechterhand was Vito Genovese and Poletti also employed in his staff Damiano Lumia a nephew of capomafia Calogero Vizzini.

23 july 1943 asked the Separatists the support of the Americans for their cause what was asked by Finocciaro Aprile.

Mussolini put aside after a coup
The invasion of Sicily prompted the fall of the Mussolini government. 25 July 1943 was Mussolini put aside by the 28 members of the Great Council under whom general De Bono (80), Ciano and Dino Grandi. 25 July 1943 king Victor Emmanuel imprisoned Mussolini and named Marshal Pietro Bagdoglio as head of a new government. Bagdoglio immediately began negotiations with the Allies for the withdrawal of Italy from the war.

Nicosia and Agira
27 July 1943 the germans withdrew from Nicosia and Agira which were then taken.

Villalba mayor Calogero Vizzini
Calogero Vizzini was made mayor of Villalba 27 july 1943. Calogero Vizzini was gabelloto at the estate of barones Trabia.

Mussumeli mayor Genco Russo
Genco Russo was made mayor of Mussumeli. Genco Russo was gabelloto at the Polizzolo estate.

Siculiana, Nick Gentile
After the invasion in 1943, Gentile helped the military set up its civil administration (AMGOT) in the Agrigento province and became involved in intelligence and the Sicilian separatist movement. Later he became a important canvasser for politicians from the Christian-democratic Party, who quarrelled for his support.

Siculiana born Cuntrera Caruana clan
According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) the Cuntrera Caruana family was part of heroin-smuggling networks to the U.S. the 1940s onwards. A good guess would be that they were introduced by the notorious Sicilian-American gangster and associate of Lucky Luciano, Nicola Gentile.

Vallelunga capomafia Salvatore “turiddu”Malta
Vallelunga capomafia Salvatore “turiddu”Malta was set free from prison in 1943 by the american army and was made mayor of Vallelunga. Vallelunga capomafia Salvatore “turiddu”Malta was was later accused of organizing and protecting the Trabona bandit gang. Later Vallelunga capomafia Salvatore “turiddu”Malta had also contacts with the bandit gang of Angelo Capitano.

Vallelunga capomafia Salvatore “turiddu”Malta delivered his votes to politician Giuseppe La loggia the father of later politician Enrico La Loggia.

Nicola Gentile later supported the christen democrat Giuseppe la loggia

Abwehr leader Canaris
From 29 till 31 july 1943 talked Canaris in Italy with Italy’s head of the militairy intelligenceservice general Cesare Ame.

30 July 1943 was Catenanuova taken by the Canadians

Regalbuto was taken 2 august 1943 by the canadians.

Centuripe was taken 3 august 1943 by the canadians.

5 August 1943 withdrew Conrath with the Hermann Goring division from Catania at the orders of Hube.

German resistance at Adrano was overcome 6 August 1943 by the British 78th Division

with the capture of Randazzo 13 august 1943 by US forces the German position was no longer viable.

Bandit Salvatore Giuliano
2 september 1943killed Salvatore Giuliano near San Giuseppe Jato the carabinieri Antonio Mancino when he was caught smuggling.

Italian army surrenders and germans take over
on 8 September 1943, before the main invasion, the surrender of Italy to the Allies was announced. Italian units ceased combat, and the italian Navy sailed to Allied ports to surrender. However the German forces in Italy were prepared for such an eventuality and moved to disarm Italian units and occupy important defensive positions.

British liberate Taranto
The landings near Taranto went ahead on 9 september 1943 against virtually no opposition, and the port and area were quickly secured.

Sicily, High commissioner Musotto
10 Sep 1943 - Jul 1944 Francesco Musotto (b. 1881 - d. 1961)

SS Colonel Otto Skorzeny (1908-1975)
Thanks to his close links with the Austrian SS police leader and later SS General Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Skorzeny took command of a new SS commando unit in 1943.

Mussolini liberated by SS Colonel Otto Skorzeny (1908-1975)
12 September 1943 SS colonel Otto Skorzeny and his special glider forces liberated the deposed Mussolini from a mountaintop hotel in the Gran Sasso, where he was being held prisoner by the new Italian government.

Mussolini in North Italy
Mussolini withdrew to North Italy and was there supported by the Decima Mas of Borghese they work the latest years for Mussolini, they kill partisans as well as civillians who were suspected of helping the partisans. They were the most violent italian fascist unit, under its members Mauro de Mauro and his wife.

Americans liberate Salerno
At Salerno the decision had been taken to assault without previous naval or aerial bombardment, in order to secure surprise. Tactical surprise was not achieved, as the naval commanders had predicted. As the first wave approached the shore at Paestum a loudspeaker from the landing area proclaimed in English, "Come on in and give up. We have you covered." The troops attacked nonetheless. The Germans had established artillery and machine-gun posts and scattered tanks through the landing zones which made progress difficult, but the beach areas were successfully taken. Around 0700 a concerted counterattack was made by the 16th Panzer division. It caused heavy casualties, but was beaten off with naval gunfire support. Both the British and the Americans made slow progress, and still had a 10 mile gap between them at the end of day one. They linked up by the end of day two and occupied 35-45 miles of coast line to a depth of six or seven miles. Over the 12th-14th September the Germans organised a concerted counterattack by six divisions of motorised troops, hoping to throw the Salerno beachhead into the sea before it could link with the Eighth Army. Heavy casualties were inflicted, as the Allied troops were too thinly spread to be able to resist concentrated attacks. The outermost troops were therefore withdrawn in order to reduce the perimeter. The new perimeter was held with the assistance of 4000 paratroopers from the 82nd and 509th PIB who air dropped near the hot spots, from strong naval gunfire support, and from well-served Fifth Army artillery. The German attacks reached almost to the beaches but ultimately failed.

Brunner in Nice
15 September 1943 arrived Brunner in the by Italy occupied zone near Nice to deport all jews in the area. Till then had the jews in the by Italy occupied zone in France, a relatively easy life. Brunner and his helper Rolf Bilharz deport almost all jews. When Brunner left France he had 23.500 jews deported, now he went to Slowakia and in short time he deported 14.000 jews.

16 September 1943 the German troops started pulling back from Salerno towards the line of the Volturno River, north of Naples. That same day, units of Fifth Army from Salerno and Eighth Army coming up through Calabria made contact to the east of the landing area. They both headed slowly north - Fifth Army on the west side of Italy and Eighth on the east. At the end of the month the Allies approached Naples.

Corleone banditleader Luciano Liggio
Luciano Liggio was born 6 january 1925 and was one of 10 children. In Barbaccia's gang was a promising young bandit named Luciano Liggio. In 1944 bandit leader Francesco Barbaccia “lu zu Cicciu” disappeared and his presumed killer Luciano Liggio became head of the bandit gang.

Barbaccia family feud with Lorello family from Godrano
20 september 1957 was Francesco Pomara (19) killed he is a nephew of the boss Salvatore “Turiddu” Lorello aka “Gobbo di Godrano”. The Lorello family killed 26 october 1959 Francesco Pecoraro with his guest Demetrio Pecorino. They then also killed elsewhere Francesco’s sons Vincenzo pecoraro and Antonio Pecoraro (10). In 1960 was Lorello man Ciro Corrado killed and his brother Giuseppe Corrado wounded. The same year was Demetrio Pecorino (nephew of the with Pecoraro killed guest Pecorino) killed by the Barbaccia clan because he testified about the murder of Lorello’s nephew Francesco Pomara.

Corleone capomafia Calogero Lo Bue dies
Calogero Lo Bue the boss of Corleone died in 1943, the boss became then Biagio Carnevalli.

Corleone capomafia Biagio Carnevalli
Antonino Calderone stated that Biagio Carnevalli aka "Funcidda" was boss of the Corleone cosca before Navarra took over.

Corleone capomafia dr Navarra
Calogero Lo Bue trustees are Carmelo Lo Bue, the brothers Pietro and Calogero Majuri, Angelo Vintaloro,
Giovanni Trombadori, Leonardo La Torre, Angelo Di Carlo, Calogero Lo Bue’s sons Giovanni and Pasquale Lo Bue, Pietro Majuri’s sons Giovanni and Antonino, Salvatore Pennino’s son Carmelo. They were later Michele Navarra’s trustees but he also inittiated the "picciotti" Giuseppe Ruffino, Giovanni Pasqua, Pasquale Criscione and Luciano Liggio.

Paul Bonnaventure Carbone killed
16 december 1943 Carbone was killed by the resistance when they blow up his train in France. When the Spirito Carbone gang went under german orders it was even more difficult to Carbone and Spirito to get even with Bonny because now they were all working for Sipo-SD. Now it seems that the attempt against the train where traveled Carbone wasn’t a lucky hit by the resistance but instead a plot by Bonny who asked a favor from the resistance , by the way of gangsters who have sided with the resistance . At last this is what declared to investigators – before to be executed – Francis Andre , a friend of Carbone and chief of the french Gestapo of Lyons . Francis Andre said that Carbone was traveling with a suitcase full of documents .These documents he always carried with him . Keeping them as a “ money of exchange “ in case he have to deal with the gaullist authorities after the war ,when it was clear Germany was losing the war . Still according to Francis Andre , Carbone had somehow put is hands on the Stavisky’s counterfoils, a document he maybe got from some high-ranking of the police in exchange of a favor during the defeat of 1940 ..... He originally intented to get even with Bonny thanks to this checkbook . And later to use it to bargain his liberty ,since many politicians of the french IIIrd Republic who has been involved in the Stavisky’s affair were coming back within the De Gaulle’s Liberation Committee . When the train exploded and Carbone has died , Francis Andre ,in Lyons ,received on the spot a phone call from the PPF collabotationist party’s local headquarters of Marseilles . No less than Spirito himself was on the phone , ordering Andre to go to get the suitcase of Carbone who contained the famous checkbook of counterfoils from Stavisky/Prince . When Andre got on the place of the sabotaged train,the suitcase was there ,in the hands of the french police. Andre flashed his Gestapo ‘s badge and recovered the suitcase. The checkbook was sent to Maurice Lebrun ,one of the PPF high-rankings in Paris .

Corleone Bianchi Hospital director Michele Navarra
dr Michele Navarra was born in Palermo in 1905 and had graduated as a medical doctor in 1929. Dr Carmelo Nicolosi was found shot dead in an alley in Corleone (in 1944?????). Thereafter, Navarra assumed position as head of the Bianchi Hospital. (source : Mafiosi by Gai Servadio).

Naples Senior Civil Affairs Officer Charles Poletti ‘s adjunct Vito Genovese arrested
27 August 1944 was in Italy Vito Genovese arrested, he was the adjunct of Charles Poletti. When Genovese was grabbed up in Naples, Italy for black market activities, there was a guy living in the apartment below Vito, who was supposedly good friends with him, he was a Mobster from St. Louis, who supposedly had been deported as well, His name was Umberto Costello. He went by the name Humbert Costello in St. Louis. He was a lt. in the Hogan Gang and its chief gunman. He was deported after spending jail time for a jewelry store robbery. His boss, Edward Hogan, kept getting continuances for him, but he was finally deported in probab1y 1936, his real name was probably Umberto Miri.

Michele "Mike" Miranda
He was identified as being in Italy in 1944. The Shadow indictment eventually "faded away" and at some point Miranda {and Genovese} returned to the US. Miranda was said to be a "powerhouse" in the garment industry and allegedly involved in extortion and was on the international narcotics "list" { person #229}

Palermo mayor Enrico Merlo
baron Enrico Merlo (Comm. Prefettizio) was Palermo’s mayor from 31 august 1944 till 3 november 1944.

Villalba capomafia Calogero Vizzini
When 16 september 1944 Michele Pantaleone and communist leader Girolamo Li Causi, challenged Calogero Vizzini in his home town of Villalba by holding a political rally there, 19 demonstators were left wounded when Calo's men opened fire. Beniamino Farina was mayor of Villalba and nephew of Calogero Vizzini.

Canicatti capomafia Calo Ferro “u patri ranni” (friend of Calogero Vizzini)
Parentele eccellenti anche a Canicattì. Tutto comincia con don Calò Ferro (‘U patri ranni). «Calogero Ferro - ha raccontato il giudice Salvatore Cardinale alla commissione parlamentare antimafia – quando morì don Calogero Vizzini (allora capo dei capi in Sicilia) ebbe il privilegio di tenere uno dei quattro angoli del drappo funerario». Ferro muore per cause naturali l’8 ottobre del 1969 ai suoi funerali c’è anche Giuseppe Genco Russo, il nuovo capo della cupola mafiosa, c’era pure Beniamino Farina, nipote di don Calò Vizzini. Il suo posto viene affidato a Diego Di Caro. Negli anni successivi, al comando ci sarà un triumvirato composto da Antonio Ferro, Antonio Guarneri e Giuseppe Di Caro. I primi due hanno migliori rapporti con la cupola regionale. Racconta il pentito palermitano Calogero Ganci: «Gli esponenti delle famiglie agrigentine, tra cui Antonino Ferro ed Antonio Guarneri, venivano nella mia macelleria per incontrarsi con Totò Riina»

Castellammare lawyer Bernardo Mattarella
a week after the ambush at Li Causi and Pantaleone , 24 september 1944, wrote Bernardo Mattarella (a lawyer from Castellammare) an article in the christen-democrat newspaper Il Popolo in which in a certain sense he offered the mafiavotes for the elections.

Separatist army EVIS
In 1944 the Americans gave Sicily’s administration back to Italy and formed the Separatists an army named EVIS for which they openly recruted bandits under whom Salvatore Guilano.

SS major Walter Reder and Marzabotto massacre
29 September 1944 had SS major Walter Reder 1800 citizens of the village Marzabotto killed.

bandit Angelo Capitano
Carabinieri Corrado Perna was 24 january 1945 killed by the bandit gang of Angelo Capitano

Corleone mobster Luciano Liggio
27 March 1945 Luciano Liggio, Vito di Prisco and Giovanni Pasqua murdered Calogero Comaiani when he finds Liggio stealing a sack of his grain. 29 april 1945 Luciano Liggio (20) murdered Stanislao Punzo and takes over his job as gabelloto (caretaker) of the Strasatta estate, he is now the youngest gabelloto.

Direct after the war the bosses have become gabelloti to protect the aristocrat landowners against the farmers. Mafiosi who have become gabelloti were Genco Russo, Vizzini, in Corleone Carmelo Lo Bue, Francesco Liggio, Biagio Liggio, Luciano Liggio and Vincent Collura.

Vincenzo Collura was a leaseholder of the Casato estate, luciano liggio was a leaseholder of the Strassato estate and Biagio Liggio was leaseholder at the donna Beatrice estate.

Separatist army EVIS
15 may 1945 there is the first contact between Giuliano’s bandits and the separatist movement asnd they start their army EVIS (l’Esercito di Volontari per l’indipendenza della Sicilia).

Bandit Giuliano
Giuliano’s main mafioso contacts were Partinico capomafia Santo Fleres and Camporeale capomafia Vanni Sacco

Nunzio Passafiume killed
Farmer leader Nunzio Passafiume was killed in Trabia (PA) 7 june 1945

Bandit Giuliano and Sicilian Separatist movement break
In june 1945 organised Giuliano a series of ambushes at carabinieri barracks after which the sperartist movement breaks with him.

Sicilian separatist leader Antonio Canepa killed
Antonio Canepa was killed 17 june 1945 in a firefight with carabinieri near Randazzo (CT) with him were also his righthand and EVIS vice commander Carmelo Rosano (22) and Giuseppe Lo Giudice (18) killed. The carabinieri were the maresciallo Rizzotto, vicebrigadeer Rosario Cicciò and carabiniere Carmelo Calabrese.

Bisacquino former capomafia Vito Cascioferro dies in prison
In 1945 asked the imprisoned boss Vito Cascioferro to be released what was refused, he would die that year in prison.

French "Gestapo chief in Angouleme" Marcel Blum executed??
Marcel Blum the French "Gestapo chief in Angouleme" (Corps d'Autoprotection français) was arrested and put on trial by a French court at Angouleme, he was convicted and sentenced to death 24 Jun 1945. His fate is unknown.

6 August 1945 exploded the first atombomb above Hiroshima.

the war continued in the Pacific until August 14, 1945.

Brooklyn District Attorney
After losing the election to LaGuardia in 1941, O'Dwyer enlisted in the Army, achieving the rank of brigadier general. General William A. O'Dwyer, Director of the Refugee Board,

New York mayor O’Dwyer
In 1945 became O’Dwyer mayor of New York when LaGuardia says he won't run for the elections. Lewis J Valentine then quits his job and starts to train the japanese police in 1946 for general Douglas MacArthur.

Japan’s Inagawa kai
In 1945 Ingawa Kakuji founded the Inagawa kai

Farmer leader Agostino D'Alessandro
Farmer leader Agostino D'Alessandro was killed in Ficarazzi (PA) 11 september 1945. He had fought the mafia control over water distribution.

Orleans French police prefect Pierre Le Bauge executed??
Pierre Le Bauge the French police prefect of Orleans was arrested and put on trial by a French court at Orleans for collaboration. He was; convicted and sentenced to death 12 Sept 1945. His fate is unknown.

Carabiniere Calogero Cicero and Fedele De Francisca killed
Carabiniere Calogero Cicero and Fedele De Francisca were killed by bandits 18 september 1945 in Palma di Montechiaro (Ag).

French Secretary-General of the French Militia Dr. Jean Barthet executed ??
Dr. Jean Barthet the French Secretary-General of the French Militia (Milice Française) in Haut-Garonne was arrested and put on trial by a French court at Toulouse. He was convicted and sentenced to death 30 September 1945. His fate is unknown.

Sicilian separatist Finocchiaro Aprile arrested
Sicilian separatist Finocchiaro Aprile was 1 october 1945 arrested.

commanding officer of a German marine unit Colonel Karl Bauer executed??
Colonel Karl Bauer the commanding officer of a German marine unit was put on trial by the French Permanent Military Tribunal at Dijon on charges of executing 3 French Forces of the Interior (Forces Françaises de l'Intérieur - FFI) POWs without trial on 9 Sept 1944 near Autun. He was convicted and sentenced to death 18 October 1945. His fate is unknown.

Socialist Farmer leader Giuseppe Scalia killed
Socialist Farmer leader Giuseppe Scalia was killed 18 november 1945 in via D'Angelo in Cattolica Eraclea (Ag) when he walked with vice mayor Aurelio Bentivegna who was wounded. His widow is Giovanna Triassi and they had married 17 december 1927. He had worked on the confiscation of unused land by farmers.

Cattolica Eraclea communist farmer leader Giuseppe Spagnolo killed
Giuseppe Spagnolo started Cattolica Eraclea’s communist party in 1945. 19 march 1949 Spagnolo became mayor. 13 august 1955 was Cattolica Eraclea mayor Giuseppe Spagnolo killed.

Farmerleader Giuseppe Lo Cicero killed
Giuseppe Lo Cicero was killed in Mazzarino (CL) 25 november 1945

Communist leader Giuseppe Puntarello killed
Communist leader Giuseppe Puntarello was killed in Ventimiglia (PA) 4 december 1945

in december 1945 declared Italy’s new prime minister Alcide De Gasperi the war on the bandits.

Separatist army EVIS leader Concetto Gallo arested
29 december 1945was in Caltagirone (Catania) after afirefight with the separatist army EVIS the commander Concetto Gallo arrested. at the end of 1945 were all separatist leaders imprisoned

Alcamo mafia war
In april 1945 were the criminals Giovanni Ruisi, Ignazio Zappata and Vincenzo Piazza killed. They had done crimes in Alcamo with the by police arrested Giuseppe Ruisi and Pietro Renda and with the later also killed Pietro Mirabella. In 1945 escaped inmate Antonio di Giovanni from prison, he was in 1946 found back murdered. In 1946 was Benedetto Giannetto killed, a few days later was carabinieri maresciallo Tito Camilli killed. 21 June 1946 were Salvatore orlando and Salvatore Pollina (33) killed. 27 June 1946 were Gaetano Cataldo and his son Giuseppe cataldo killed. 18 july 1946 was Giuseppe Maniscalchi killed. 19 july 1946 was Michele Tranchida killed. 20 july 1946 was Biagio Grillo killed. 22 july 1946 was Melchiorre Lo Jacono (had been for years imprisoned) killed.In august 1946 was Lawyer Giovanni Polizzi killed.

Bandit Giuliano
18 january 1946 kill Giuliano’s men carabinieri Vincenzo Miserendino.

Cinisi mafioso Gaetano Badalamenti in USA
In march 1946 Gaetano Badalamenti was named in an arrestwarrant on charges of conspiracy and kidnapping and he fled to his brother Emanuele Badalamenti in the US.

Farmer leader Antonino Guarisco killed
Farmer leader Antonino Guarisco was killed in Burgio (AG) 7 march 1946

Marseille mayor
Marcel RENAULT (1946)

Louis Zeller executed
Louis Zeller , Francos Muñoz and Alfred Gross were executed by the gaullist authorities ,after trial by July 17th 1946

Francis Andre
During his trial in 1946 Andre will be sentenced to death for the executions of at last 120 real resistants. After the war ,all the members of Andre’s group were sentenced to death , with the exception of a female secretary ,Antoinette B... ( but other women of the group were executed )

Criminal Giuseppe Sferrazza killed
Criminal Giuseppe Sferrazza was shot and killed 8 may 1946 in Serra di Falco by DC politician Angelo Lo Nobile after a quarrel .

Farmer leader Gaetano Guarino killed
Farmer leader Gaetano Guarino was killed in Favara (AG) 16 may 1946 also killed was Marina Spinelli

Cholon’s casino Grand Monde later owner Bay Vien
the Grand Monde had been opened in 1946 at the insistence of the governor-general of Indochina, Adm. Thierry d'Argenlieu, in order to finance the colonial government of Cochin China. (85) The franchise was initially leased to a Macao Chinese gambling syndicate, which made payoffs to all of Saigon's competing political forces-the Binh Xuyen, Emperor Bao Dai, prominent cabinet ministers, and even the Viet Minh.

Farmer leader Pino Cammilleri killed
Farmer leader Pino Cammilleri was killed in (AG) 28 june 1946

Ravanusa capomafia Antonio Gattuso killed
In 1946 was Ravanusa capomafia Vito Gattuso killed, his wife is Crocifissa Cimino and their son is Vito Gattuso. Vito Gattuso (killed 10 august 1970) later married Calogera Pitrola.

Farmer leader Giovanni Castiglione killed
Farmer leader Giovanni Castiglione was killed in Alia (PA) 22 september 1946 also killed was Girolamo Scaccia

Farmer leader Giuseppe Biondo killed
Farmer leader Giuseppe Biondowas killed in Santa Ninfa 25 september 1946. ???Farmerleader Giuseppe Biondo was killed in Santa Ninfa (AG) 2 october 1946???

The criminals Giovanni Santangelo, Giuseppe Santangelo and Vincenzo Santangelo were because of a vendetta killed 31 october 1946 in Misilmeri- Belmonte Mezzagno (PA) (or killed 2 november 1946)

Villabate boss Giuseppe Cottone
21 november 1946 met the mafiabosses in Palermo to set out a new course for the mafia (according to an american OSS report) and the boss Giuseppe Cottone said that the mafia would war communism.

Allied commission leader Ellery W Stone imposed
Allied commission leader Ellery W Stone imposed the Italian government to exclude communist partisans from the police and the carabinieri.

Farmer leader Giovanni Severino (Solerino)
Farmer leader Giovanni Severino (Solerino) was wounded in Joppolo (AG) 25 november 1946

Criminal Vincenzo Cucchiara
Criminal Vincenzo Cucchiara was wounded in Aragona 25 november 1946

Palermo Mayor Gennaro Patricola
Gennaro Patricola was Palermo’s mayor from 27 november 1946 till 8 march 1948.

Comitini (AG)
Paolo Farina was killed in Comitini (AG) 28 november 1946

Criminal Filippo Forno killed
Criminal Filippo Forno was killed in Aragona 30 november 1946.

Farmer leader Nicolò Azoti (37) killed
Farmer leader Nicolò Azoti (37) was killed in Baucina (PA) 21 december 1946

Communists attacked
Giovanni Castiglione and Girolamo Scaccia died in Alia 22 december 1946 in a bomb attack at the house of communist secretary Giuseppe Maggio.

Marseille’ communist mayor Jean Cristofol
Jean Cristofol was Marseille's communist mayor from december 1946 till october 1947.

Sciacca (AG)
Sciacca (AG) capomafia Carmelo di Stefano who was gabelloto for the nobleman Rossi and barones Martinez.

Farmer leader Accursio Miraglia (51) killed
Farmer leader Accursio Miraglia (51) was killed in Sciacca (AG) 4 january 1947 by Calogero Curreri. His russian wife Tatiana Klimenko and their children Nico Miraglia, Maria Rosa and Nemesi Miraglia. The murder was investigated by public security inspector general Ettore Messana. Police arrested the suspected killers Calogero Curreri and Pellegrino Marciante and also Bartolo Oliva. They accused the noblemen Rossi, Pasciuta, Vella and the gabelloto Carmelo Di Stefano.

Communist leader Antonio Mannara wounded
Communist leader Antonio Mannara was wounded in Canicattì 9 january 1947.

farmer leader Carmelo Silvia killed
13 february 1947 was farmer leader Carmelo Silvia killed

PCI politician Pietro Macchiarella killed in Ficarazzi (PA)
PCI politician Pietro Macchiarella (from Ficarazzi,PA) was killed in Villlabate 19 februay 1947.

Bandit Salvatore Giuliano
27 April 1947 Salvatore Giuliano went with the brothers Pianelli and Salvatore Ferrari to visit his brother in law Giovanni Genovese, later also arrived Pasquale Sciortino with a letter and after reading Giuliano told them that they had to teach the communists a lesson. The informer Salvatore Ferrari told this inspector Ettore Messana (the righthand of Scelba) and he did nothing with the warning.

bandit Giuliano and Portella Delle Ginestre massacre
1 May 1947 the communist demonstration at Portella Delle Ginestre became a bloodbath when Salvatore Giuliano's men opened fire (the men who fired would have been the 3 brothers Passatempo), he probably was ordered to do this by the mafiabosses. On May 1st, 1947, hundreds of peasants drove their gaily painted donkey carts to Portella delle Genestre to celebrate Labor Day. As the speeches began, submachine guns opened up on the crowd from the surrounding hills. Eleven people were left dead and 56 wounded. Killed were Margherita Clesceri; Giovanni Grifò (12); Giorgio Cusenza; Castrenze Intravaia; Vincenza La Fata (8); Serafino Lascari (15); Giovanni Megna; Francesco Vicari; Vito Allotta; Giuseppe Di Maggio (7); Filippo Lascari and Filippo Di Salvo. Severly wounded ???? were: Vincenza Spina, Eleonora Moschetto, Giuseppa Parrino, Provvidenza Greco, Vincenzo La Rocca. Nearby had Giuliano that day also the campiere and mafioso Emanuele Busellini killed who was a witness of the massacre.

Farmer leader Michelangelo Salvia killed
Farmer leader Michelangelo Salvia was killed in Partinico (PA) 8 may 1947.

Comiso (RG)
Giuseppe Intorrella was killed 11 june 1947 in Comiso (RG).

bandit Salvatore Giuliano in Partinico
22 June 1947 Vincenzo Lo Iacono and Giuseppe Casarrubea sr (Casarubia) were killed at a bureau of the communist party in Partinico when handgrenades were thrown by Giuliano's men.

Alcamo cabinieri commander captain Giallombardo decimates bandit Salvatore Giuliano’s gang
26 June 1947 the carabinieri under captain Giallombardo killed in a firefight the two brothers Salvatore and Fedele Pianello, Vito Ferreri (father of Salvatore Ferreri) and his brother in law Antonio Coraci (uncle of Salvatore Ferreri). Also died that day Angelo Taormina, Federico Mazzola and Francesco Passatempo who were found dead in the ravines in which they tried to escape or jumped????????????.

Alcamo cabinieri commander captain Giallombardo kills Salvatore Ferreri “Fra' Diavolo”
26 June 1947 was Salvatore Ferreri “Fra' Diavolo” shot and killed in “selfdefence’by captain Giallombardo, the commander of the cabinieri in Alcamo.

La Sentenza che prendiamo in esame riguarda la causa di secondo grado contro Francesco Gaglio inteso 'Reversino' e altri 32 individui già condannati per le stragi di Portella della Ginestra e di Partinico (assalti contro le Camere del Lavoro della provincia di Palermo: 1° maggio-22 giugno 1947). Spiccavano tra gli altri Antonino Terranova, inteso 'Cacaova', i fratelli Giovanni e Giuseppe Genovese, Frank Mannino, ('Ciccio Lampo'), Francesco Pisciotta ('Mpompò)', Pasquale 'Pino' Sciortino, Nunzio Badalamenti.

Palermo, mayor Giovanni Cusenza
In 1947 got the Palermitan entrepeneur Vassallo the order to make sewers in Palermo, this was arranged by its mayor Giovanni Cusenza the father in law of parliament member Giovanni Gioia. Vassallo got even more orders and loaned the money from the bank of which Cusenza was president.

Corse police prefect Papon
In 1947 Papon became prefect of Corse.

Villabate capocosca Antonino Mandala.

Because of Mussolini had mafiosi lost power during WWII and local cosche were often not powerfull enough to act against bandits.

Madonia killed Guaggenti, son in law of mafioso Zuzè from Vallelunga.

Bandit Salvatore “Turiddu”Giuliano
The Turrisi banditgang had allied themselves with bandits?? Dino and Madonia from Resuttano who were independend. Thanks to this banditgang had the old mafia from Ganci (Ferrarello, Andaloro, Albanese, october 1927 case) retaken the Chibbò feudal estate??, where the Capitano-Trabona gang was arrested. The gang was protected by marquis?? Enrico Pottino and his son, Calogero Vizzini and the mafia of Villarosa. Two killers of this banditgang murdered Li Puma.

Socialist farmer leader Epifanio Li Puma (55) killed
Farmer leader Epifanio Li Puma was killed in Petralia Soprana (PA) 2 march 1948.

the Capitano-Trabona banditgang
the Capitano-Trabona banditgang was led by Angelo Capitano and Salvatore Trabona “l’arricchiatu”.

the Capitano-Trabona banditgang worked with the Giambra-Alfano banditgang and they wanted to eliminate the Turrisi (Turiddu Giuliano??) banditgang, and weapons to be used for this had been given to the Capitano gang by policecommissioner P.S. from Mistretta (Alessi).

the Capitano-Trabona banditgang
Gianni Farina, nephew of Calogero Vizzini was killed. One of Gianni Farina’s killers was killed by Angelo Capitano, head of the Capitano-Trabona banditgang (operating in area Villalba-Vallelunga-Marianopoli-Resuttano) who was then arrested.

the Capitano-Trabona banditgang
Salvatore Trabona “l’arricchiatu” was in 1947 shot and killed by the carabinieri.

the Giambra-Alfano banditgang murders carabinieri maresciallo Pietro Purpi
The Giambra-Alfano banditgang from Villalba was led by Luciano Alfano and the two brothers Ignazio and Giuseppe Giambra and the brothers Giambra were involved in the murder of carabinieri maresciallo Pietro Purpi. Alfano was for a long period hidden by S. Cataldo cd politician lawyer and mafioso Arcangelo Cammarata.

Villalba capomafia Calo Vizzini exterminates the Giambra-Alfano banditgang
The Giambra-Alfano banditgang from Villalba was led by Luciano Alfano and the two brothers Ignazio and Giuseppe Giambra and was eliminated by capomafia Calò Vizzini in cooperation with police. The two brothers Ignazio and Giuseppe Giambra were shot and killed in 1947 by the carabinieri. The other 4 members (Luciano Alfano, two sons of Zuzè and a certain Tona from Milena) were killed in 1947 in Mandra di Piano.

Banditleader Nino Mancuso “Ninnu lu foddi”
Banditleader Nino Mancuso “Ninnu lu foddi” ‘s men the bandits Calogero Ippolito, Nino Mazzarese, orazio Taravella, Antonio Carcarellaro and Rosario Cala (all from Valledolmo) were killed in 1947 when they went to visit a friend of capomafia Calogero Vizzini. Banditleader Nino Mancuso “Ninnu lu foddi” came from Valledolmo and was killed in 1947 when he was going to visit a Mafioso who would help him flee to Tunesia.

Bandit Calogero Ingrao “l’acquavivisi”
Bandit Calogero Ingrao “l’acquavivisi”was killed in 1947 near Vallelunga.

Bandit Giovanni Gioia “sularinu”
Bandit Giovanni Gioia “sularinu” was killed in 1947 near Vallelunga Pratameno.

Bandit Vincenzo Catalano
Bandit Vincenzo Catalano and his wife Giuseppina “Pippina la campanazza”were in august 1947 killed in the door of their house.

Bandit leader Stefano Fasino
Bandit Toni Giovanni a member of the bandit gang of Stefano Fasino was in 1947 killed.

In September 1952 there is the trial against 5 bandit groups and there are 292 indicted persons. Under the indicted is Vallelunga capomafia Salvatore Malta who protected the Capitano gang who had killed carabinieri Perna.

Vallelunga capomafia Salvatore “turiddu”Malta’s son “Lillo” Malta became mayor of Vallelunga when his father was imprisoned

Virgilio Nasi, capo mafia di Trapani,

e della zona di Partinico che ha eletto il senatore della mafia, il d.c. prof. Lazzaro, vi è l'episodio veramente significativo del comizio di Mattarella a Montelepre, fatto col pieno benestare del "signore" della zona. Nel corso della stessa campagna, Mattarella si recò a Camporeale con due macchine piene di mafiosi di Castellammare. Dopo il comizio andò in chiesa e poi con tutto il codazzo in casa Vanni Sacco, dove fu festeggiato. Lo stesso itinerario seguì Bellavista che, accompagnato da Vanni Sacco e dal parroco (il quale in tempi meno leggiadri per la Dc ebbe la canonica mitragliata dai mafiosi), preceduto da musica, si recò pure in casa del "Cesare della Sicilia occidentale". Dolce corrispondenza di itinerari e di amorosi sensi tra i due manigoldi che, a vergogna della Sicilia, degnamente dividono con la carica di De Gasperi la responsabvilità del governo del paese. Il mafioso deputato d.c. Volpe rivolge addomesticate interpellanze a Marazza sui fatti della Trabonella mentre la meschina mafia delle miniere di Caltanissetta, che vive grama esistenza con l'incubo della forza e del coraggio degli zolfatari, ringalluzzisce ed appoggia le Acli-miniere care ad Alessi.

Lo spregevole ed ignorante Arcangelo Cammarata, spadroneggia nei penetrali più intimi del governo regionale, viene nominato componente, nientedimeno, del Consiglio di stato in Sicilia. Don Calò Vizzini circola per gli assessorati come un bonario gentiluomo di campagna. Bongiorno, questore mafioso d.c. dell'Assemblea regionale, se ha un occhio speciale per i mafiosi di Mussumeli, Montedoro, Campofranco, Sutera, che tanto hanno fatto per lui, distribuisce con generosa equanimità i suoi favori a tutti i mafiosi che gli si presentano.

I 110 arrestati di Vallelunga, tra i quali figurano alcuni compagni, sono stati sospettati di favoreggiamento per l'uccisione del medico Trabona e per i latitanti del paese. I trattenuti di Partinico sono una cinquantina, in massima parte parenti dei banditi. Gli arrestati di Misilmeri sono 11 vecchi mafiosi separatisti (Totò Orlando è latitante) per il sabotaggio a Risalaimi.

A S. Cipirello, arrestati Celeste, Caronno e i due Sciortino, cugini del bandito.

Bandit Giuliano’s brother in law Sciortino from S. Cipirello.

Pare che anche a Palermo gli arrestati siano numerosi; il medico Purpi e parenti di elementi sospetti di favoreggiamento per Giuliano sono tra gli arrestati. A Camporeale è stato arrestato il compagno socialista Mangiaracina, elemento pregiudicato, ma che oggi a quanto affermano i compagni di Camporeale, conduce vita onesta svolgendo attività per l'organizzazone.

In Corleone was the left wing activist Antonio Calamante killed 8 september 1947.

Filippo Sciortino (former manager of Federterra) was 9 september 1947 killed in Camporeale by his own brother over private affairs.

Salvatore Greco “Piddu u Tenente” was the father of Salvatore “the senator”Greco (married Cottone’s daughter) and Michele “papa”Greco. Salvatore Greco “Piddu u Tenente”’s sister Santa Greco married Giuseppe Greco (later killed) and their son is Salvatore Greco “Ciaschiteddu”

Ciaculli capomafia Giuseppe "the lieutenant" Greco
1 october 1939 were two sons of Giardini capomafia Salvatore Greco “Piddu u Tenente”at a party in Ciaculli and were later attacked and one of Tenente’s sons was killed wounded was a Ciaculli nephew (17) who died 4 years later in prison awaiting trial.

Ciaculli capomafia Giuseppe "the lieutenant" Greco
Giuseppe "the lieutenant" Greco (the father of Salvatore "the engineer") was gabelloto (protector) at the estate Ciaculli and his brother in law Giuseppe is gabelloto at a nearby estate. Both started to eye eachothers area. 26 august 1946 was the brother in law Giuseppe Greco (77) shot dead with his brother Pietro Greco (59) at the orders of Salvatore Greco “Piddu u Tenente”.

Ciaculli capomafia Giuseppe "the lieutenant" Greco
17 september 1947 was Giardini clan member Antonio Conigliano (a friend of Giuseppe "the lieutenant" Greco) wounded in an attack after which the widow Antonina Greco (51) and her daughter Rosalia Greco (19) killed the wounded man. Then arrived the victims brother and sister who wound Antonina Greco (51) and kill Rosalia Greco (19). Then arrived Antonina Greco’s son (18) who shot and killed the brother and sister of the victim. In 8 years there had been 11 killings in this feud.

Villabate capomafia Antonio Cottone
Giuseppe "the lieutenant" Greco then called for the help of Villabate capomafia Antonio Cottone to make peace.

Ciaculli consiglieri Giuseppe "the lieutenant" Greco
The nephews Salvatore "the engineer" and Salvatore "little bird" Greco, then got the positions of their fathers, while "the lieutenant" became consiglieri. Later Salvatore “piddu il Tenente”greco’s son married Cottone’s daughter.

Farmer leader Salvatore Alu
Farmer leader Salvatore Alu the vice president of the agricultural Cooperativ of Serra di Falco was wounded 22 september 1947.

Communist (PCI) farmer leader Giuseppe Maniaci killed
Farmer leader Giuseppe Maniaci was killed in Terrasini (PA) 23 october 1947.

Farmer leader Calogero Caiola killed
Farmer leader Calogero Caiola was killed in San Giuseppe Jato (PA) 3 november 1947

Farmer leader Vito Pipitone killed
Farmer leader Vito Pipitone was killed in Marsala (TP) 8 november 1947. Vito Pipitone’s widow Filippa Di Dia and their children Pietro, Maria Pia, Antonio and Melchiorre (died in 1959).

Comunisti PCI feriti:

Adanno Leonardo, Pitti Salvatore, Silvia Giuseppe e Orfia Gaspare, feriti negli incidenti di Partinico;

Rizzo Benedetta - ferita a S. Giuseppe Iato;

San Cipirello capomafia Salvatore Celeste
tre mafiosi, Giuseppe e Salvatore Romano e Peppino Troia, Marinotto Elia.

Troia Giuseppe di Benedetto e fu Costanzo Rosalia, nato a S. Giuseppe Jato il 19/1/1884, ivi residente in via Nuova, 52;
Romano Salvatore fu Vito e fu Di Marco Francesca, nato a San Giuseppe Jato il 5/12/1908, ivi domicialiato in via Normanni n.45, agricoltore;
Marino Elia, inteso Marinotto, fu Paolo e fu Napoli Filippa, nato a S.Giuseppe Jato il 17/10/1890, abitante in via Normanni, n.49;
Gricoli Pietro Benedetto fu Giacomo e fu Costanza Carmela, nato il 14/8/1916 a San Giuseppe Jato.

Monreale: Di Maggio Settimo, Madonia Filippo, Madonia Salvatore, Boccadifalco, Marasà Ernesto, Giordano Casimiro

Villagrazia: Marchese Mariano

Borgetto: Cosenza Giovanni, Cosenza Giuseppe

Cinisi: Manzella Cesare, Impastato Tommaso

Terrasini: Cracchiolo Giacomo, Cracchiolo Pietro, Cracchiolo Giuseppe, Cracchiolo Tommaso

Palermo: Cottone Giuseppe, Sorce Antonino.

Vincenzo Campo
Farmer leader Vincenzo Campo was killed 22 february 1948.

Corleone mobster Luciano Liggio
In october 1947 were luciano Liggio and Giuseppe Ruffino sought for the murders of Angelo Passalacqua and Giuseppe Canale. In 1947 Liggio apparently goes to New York and lives in Brooklyn for 6 months. Then he goes back to Corleone. In march 1948 was Liggio sought for the murder of Leoluca Piraino who he had killed 7 februari 1948.

Corleone capomafia dr Navarra
10 March 1948 farmerleader Placido Rizzotto gets led into a trap by Pasquale Criscione. US deportee Vincenzo Collura and Luciano Liggio murder him and let his body disappear. Giuseppe Letizia, a small sheppard boy witnessed the killing and he is so shocked that people bring him to Liggio's boss dr Navarra and then the boy dies after an injection.

In Camporeale was a son in law of Vanni Sacco killed who then had all the banditgangmembers killed in 1946 (possibly by bandit Giuliano’s men). Only the arrested bandit Monteleone survived.

Camporeale (PA) capomafia Vanni Sacco
Socialist Calogero Cangelosi had been invited by Camporeale’s big landowner Serafino Sciortino and when he arrived with friends there was the local capomafia Vanni Sacco and his men who wanted to kidnap Cangelosi who was saved by his friends who prevent this. 4 days later he was killed. Socialist Calogero Cangelosi (42) was 1 april 1948 killed in Camporeale (PA) the city ruled by Vanni Sacco. His widow is Francesca Serafino and they had married 19 september 1936 and their children are Francesca Cangelosi, Giuseppe, Michela and Vita Cangelosi. Cangelosi was the 36th farmer leader killed

Frane’s Inspecteur general de la Milice Française Jean Bassompierre executed
Inspecteur general de la Milice Française (Inspector General of the French Militia) Jean Bassompierre and a member of the SS Division "Charlemagne" was convicted and sentenced to death by firing squad, he was executed 20 April 1948.

Bandit Salvatore Giuliano
1 May 1948 was in Saraceno the carabiniere Giuseppe Esposito killed by Salvatore Giuliano’s men. 3 July 1948 were in Portella della Paglia 5 carabinieri killed by Giuliano’s gang. When they were attacked Carmelo Agnone (28), Carmelo Lentini (23) and Quinto Reda (27) were killed on the spot. Michele Marinaro (26) and Candeloro Catanese (29) were wounded and died later while Carmelo Gucciardo (24) and Giovanni Biundo (22) survived.

Montelepre barber Bernardo Frisella was killed 3 august 1948 because he had publicly announced it was time to finish off the Giuliano gang. Giuliano ordered "Cacaova" Terranova , Francesco Palma Abate , Frank Mannino, Rosario Candela to execute the man. Terranova and Mannino watched Frisella’s wife Rosaria Amato and Francesco Palma Abate did the shooting.

Siderno (RC) n’dranghisti Girolamo Commisso killed
N’dranghista Girolamo Commisso and his sons Cosimo Commisso, Rocco Remo Commisso and Michele Commisso. In 1948 N’dranghista Girolamo Commisso gets killed in Siderno and the prime suspect in his murder is Michele Alberti (killed in 1982).

Villabate capomafia Antonio Cottone (Profaci family deportee)
Antonio Cottone had in New York worked for the Profaci brothers and was then deported, he became the boss of Villabate where the Profaci family originated from???????. Cottone, Antonio aka: Cuttone, U Patre Nostru.
Partner of Luciano Liggio and Vince Collura. Friend of Joe Profaci. In 1948 identified as Villabate capocosca.

Salvatore Giuliano
15 october l948 police found at contrada "Timpone" in Montelepre then : Antonino Terranova, Frank Mannino, Francesco Pisciotta, Francesco Palma Abate, Francesco Paolo Motisi, Rosario Candela and Mariano Pizzo. After a firefight they escaped to Giardinello, then they fled to Castellammare del Golfo in order to leave the country clandestinely for Tunisia.

Salvatore Giuliano banditgangmember Giuseppe Passatempo killed
Giuseppe Passatempo was killed in a firefight when he didn’t wanted to surrender 24 november 1948.

Bandit Salvatore Giuliano
Mariano Pizzo stayed in Sicily and Antonino Cucinella left 7 december 1948 on board of a fishingvessel he had hired from Salvatore Milazzo a native from Castellammare, and left italy.

Bandit Salvatore Giuliano
4 January 1949 kill Giuliano’s men then Carlo Gulino with his nephew Francesco (3) because they think he is a police informer.

Bandit Salvatore Giuliano
19 January 1949 were in Carini the brothers Giuseppe and Giovanni Genovese arrested.

John Sciandra
John Sciandra died in 1949.

Corleone criminal Salvatore Riina
19 May 1949 Riina (19) shot dead during a fight the young man Domenico Di Matteo. Riina gets 12 years for the killing and he comes free after 6 years. He served his time in ucciardone prison, sharing a cell with Bernardo Provenzano.

Bandit Giuliano orders murder of Partinico capomafia Santo Fleres
bandit Giuliano fell out with the mafiabosses and had his men kill in july 1949 Santo Fleres the mafiaboss of Partinico.

Bandit Giuliano
7 August 1949 Giuliano tried to kidnap minister Mattarella (who originated from Castellammare) what went wrong and Coppola got the order to finish Giuliano.

Bandit Salvatore Giuliano
17 August 1949 were in the so called strage di Bellolampo 7 carabinieri killed by Giuliano’s gang. The killed carabinieri were Giovanbattista Aloe, Armando Loddo, Sergio Mancini, Pasquale Antonio Marcone, Gabriele Palandrani, Carlo Antonio Pabura andIlario Russo.