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Vibo Valentia

Cops seize 40mn euros in 'Ndrangheta assets

Six placed under special surveillance

Cops seize 40mn euros in 'Ndrangheta assets

Vibo Valentia, December 30 - Carabinieri and finance police on Wednesday seized assets worth 40 million euros allegedly linked to the Calabrian 'Ndrangheta mafia's Tripodi clan, and placed six alleged clan members under special surveillance with mandatory residence orders. The seized assets included companies, property and vehicles, as well as land in Calabria, Lazio, and Lombardy. Police said the Tripodi clan had indirectly and directly acquired control and management of businesses, permits, authorisations, contracts, public services and public works along the Vibo Valentia coastline and in the regions of Lazio and Lombardy. Clan members are accused of extortion and usury, issuing invoices for work that was never completed, and infiltrating public tenders in Lazio.

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