ROMA – Eighteen convictions and recognition of the mafia-type criminal association. This is what was established by the court of Velletri with regard to members of the Fragalà clan originally from Catania and active on the Roman coast.
The judges have substantially implemented the accusatory system of the magistrates of the DDA of Rome who coordinated the activities of the carabinieri of the Ros. The court handed down sentences ranging from 26 years to 2 years and six months.
Among those sentenced were boss Alessandro Fragalà at 26 years and 11 months in prison, Santo D’Agata at 24 years and 7 months, Salvatore Fragalà at 16 years, Ignazio Fragalà at 13 years and 3 months, Mariangela Fragalà at 14 years and 11 months , Astrid Fragalà 2 years and 6 months and Francesco D’Agati at 2 years and 6 months. In June 2020, summary sentences were handed down in Rome for a total of 50 years in prison.