Two Casalesi bosses sentenced to life for 2008 homicides

Camorra clan behind Saviano death threats

Two Casalesi bosses sentenced to life for 2008 homicides

(ANSA) – Naples, April 19 – Two bosses from the powerful Casalesi clan in the southern Italian region of Campania were handed down life sentences by a Naples court on Friday for the homicide of two men. Giuseppe Setola and Giovanni Letizia were sentenced to life for the 2008 homicide of a trucking company owner, Antonio Ciardullo, and his employee Ernesto Fabozzi. The two men were killed in San Marcellino, in Caserta, on September 12 2008. Police informant Giuseppe Guerra, who led authorities to investigate the motivation behind the killing, was sentenced to a 13-year jail term. The Casalesi clan became well known internationally after its death threats forced anti-mafia writer Roberto Saviano into 24-hour police protection.

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