Mafia Planned to Infiltrate Malta Gambling Sector

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Dec/15/2017

An anti-Mafia investigation in Palermo uncovered “advanced plans” by Mafia clans to relocate their underground activities through online gaming companies in Malta, the Times of Malta is informed.

Last week, following a series of police raids in Palermo, some 25 mafiosi – mostly known to the police – were arrested in connection with an investigation on the infiltration of the Mafia into horse races held at the ‘Favorita’ race track in Palermo.

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