Rafael Cottolo Is Dead, The Head Of The Neapolitan Mafia.

2021-02-18   |   by CusiGO

Rafael coutolo is the biggest leader of camora in Naples, a fragmented Street Mafia who never wanted a boss. An apostle of the vanguard of crime, he wanted to innovate and face the hegemony of Cosa Nostra, but he spent half his life in prison for this, without losing any power. On Wednesday, at 8:21 p.m., kutolo died in the hospital ward of the supreme security prison in Parma. In November 2017, the big boss of cosanostra, tot ó riina, was in the same place. At 79, he is the oldest and longest lived prisoner under 41-2, Italy’s strict solitary confinement system for Mafia. He has been in prison since his arrest in saranto Province in 1979. He is an apostle of the so-called new Naples camora and one of the most influential criminals, despite his imprisonment at the age of 22. His shadow even masterminded murders, such as Aldo Moro, Italy’s former prime minister. He will never see the sun again. But he never regretted it, and until recently, he had maintained some influence among the Neapolitan tribes.

Kutolo, known as IL professor for his love of reading and writing in prison, started from the town of otaviano on the edge of Mount Vesuvius, which probably represents the KAMORA River in May 68. In the mid-1970s, a new trend was called the new organized camora (NCO), which was based on the pyramid structure of Cosa Nostra and changed all the rules. Cutolo was inspired by the Bella society riformata in Naples in the 19th century and the garduna brotherhood in Spain in the 17th century. The idea is to be able to cope with the enormous power of Cosa Nostra. In the early 1980s, it had about 10000 members due to its implementation and enslavement dynamics at Napolitana de bogior prison.

The NCO launched a lead and blood storm in the 1980s to control major criminal businesses in the region and Italy. Naples is in a huge economic crisis, Maradona landed in the city, and the world is staring at the edge of Mount Vesuvius. But kutolo competed with a new faction called “new family” for control of all businesses on the edge of the law, which eventually defeated his predecessor at the cost of bloodshed and more than 100 bodies crashing down the street. Inspired by Giuseppe Tornatore, filmmaker, based on the book of journalist Giuseppe marrazzo, made the film IL camrista. But he was also attracted by the echo of don rafae, Fabrizio d’andr é’s legendary song.

Cutolo is a perfect example of the main crime rules on the street: who iron kills, iron dies. In 1963, he was sentenced to life imprisonment for the first time when he killed a young man in a battle for the honor of his sister Rosetta. A few years later, in 1991, his son Roberto was killed in a battle in tladat, kalese province. He was plagued by this loss and held in the strictest prison system, where he was inseminated for the second time in 2007 (where he married imakrata ikone and had no contact).

Kutolo is one of the hubs between Italy’s rich political world and its criminal world. It also worked with other Mafia organizations, such as the Roman Gang della magliana. He taught the whole army about crime day and night in his heavily guarded cell. Their power was so great that when the Red Brigades kidnapped Ciro Cirillo, one of Napolitana’s Christian Democracy politicians, and was released, some secret service personnel appeared at the kutolo prison. It is said that there is also a priest. Everything was officially denied. But cyrilo was released. It is said that the price of 600000 euro can be divided into brigade and kutolo family. The same thing, he said, he could do Aldo Moro. “I can save him,” he told prosecutors, “but the politicians told me it’s not appropriate.”

Kutolo’s loss of power led to a series of new kamorra leaders who created this system, kamorra’s new Polaris (3000 people died in 25 years, including criminals and bullets). Today, the organization is so fragmented that it’s hard to build a vertex like that represented by cutolo. A group of teenagers on scooters are fighting for control of the city center. Even so, NCO founders’ peers complain that code has been respected.