Rome, assets of 12 million euros confiscated from the Fasciani-Corriere.it clan

Rome, assets of 12 million euros confiscated from the Fasciani-Corriere.it clan
Rome, assets of 12 million euros confiscated from the Fasciani-Corriere.it clan

a heritage beyond 12 million of euro was confiscated from leading exponents of the Fasciani di Ostia clan. The military of the provincial command of the Guardia di Finanza of Rome carried out the decree of confiscation of assets, issued by the local Court of Appeal and became definitive following the rejection by the Court of Cassation of the appeals presented, concerning the assets.

Investigations revealed that the relevant investments carried out over time – including a well-known bathing establishment, the Faber Village, and various businesses active in the field of bakery products – did not find coverage with the modest income declared by the two proposed and their family members. It was also noted that, after the first judicial measures issued against them, a complex and articulated corporate network per shield the traceability of commercial activities behind trustworthy people, who acted, however, as complacent figurehead.

At the end of the entire procedural process, the definitive transfer of the entire company complex of 7 companies and 1 firm individual, operating mostly in Ostia in the management of ovens, bars, restaurants and bathing establishments, 12 properties, between apartments and commercial premises located in Ostia and Capistrello (Aq), e a piece of land, nonch financial availability on banking and postal relations.

November 16, 2021 | 10:34

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Rome assets million euros confiscated FascianiCorriereit clan

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