ROME, FEBRUARY 20 – Antonio Strangio, a fugitive from the ‘Ndrangheta arrested in Bali on February 2, was brought back to Italy today by the Indonesian police. He had been living in Australia since 2016 and to frame him the Police detect, “the desire to take a beach holiday and the tranquility of going unnoticed among the many tourists”. He is the forty-third criminal captured in the world in less than 3 years thanks to the strategy promoted by the Italian Department of Public Security together with Interpol with the I CAN (Interpol Cooperation Against ‘Ndrangheta) project. “We’ll catch them all, it’s just a matter of time. We have been working for three years with the police forces of thirteen countries of the world that did not previously know the dangers”, said the prefect Vittorio Rizzi, central director of the criminal police and creator of the I CAN project. (HANDLE).
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