Maybe Salvatore Buzzi what will he put in the sandwich Samurai, like the criminal of Suburra who looks a lot like his co-defendant Massimo Carminati. And who knows if special discounts will be reserved for the former black extremist when he goes to eat and drink at the Buzzi’s burger, in the Tor Vergata area, in Rome. “Carminati? No, Massimo didn’t hear him, if he comes I’m glad. But my friend Bobo Craxi will come to play one evening, ”says Buzzi. Assassin, model prisoner, businessman friend of politics with the coopertiva 29 June, Buzzi is one of the two accused symbol of the investigation on Capital Mafia, then classified as simple Middle world when the Cassation dropped the charges related to the mafia association. Convicted inAppeal bis at 12 years and 10 months, Buzzi is still waiting for the Supreme court express his opinion on his latest appeal: he hopes for a reduction in his sentence, otherwise – by his own admission – he will return to being a prisoner, after having served 5 years and 6 months of preventive detention. In the meantime, he gives himself to the restaurant business. Today he inaugurates his restaurant, with the menu inspired by the characters of the Roman underworld, the Banda della Magliana and the books Romanzo criminale and Suburra: there is the sandwich “Lebanese“, From the nickname of the old Magliana boss Franco Giuseppucci, the” Cold “film name of the other boss Maurizio Abbatino, and then the “dandy”, “er Bufalo”. There’s even vegan “Er Secco” or “Genny” and “Scrocchiazzeppi” salads.
“The investigation was fueled by Giancarlo De Cataldo’s fiction and books but it was all fiction – he added – why can’t I joke about it too?”, He claims. Who, yesterday, on facebook, announcing the news of the opening of his pub, had explained that i prosecutors would have paid double e i triple judges. On the day of the administrative, however, he had always exiled on social media for the non-re-election of Virginia Raggi. “They have already returned“, Comments the almost former mayor of Rome. The opening of Buzzi’s pub has aroused media outcry also abroad, as he boasts of “being interviewed by the London Times”. To underline the negative sides of this story is Don Luigi Ciotti, founder and president of Libera, who explains how this news is for him “a cause of deep concern. It is the trivialization of evil ”. The founder of the anti-mafia association recalls how “already in 2006 in Spain a chain of restaurants had adopted the brand – fortunately canceled ten years later by the European Union – The mafia sits at the table”, with a whole series of references that they wanted to be folkloric while they were only vulgar, offensive, unacceptable ”. Today the fact that a similar initiative is carried out by a defendant in a very delicate process, continues the president of Free, “Is an obvious sign of a progressive trivialization and commercialization of evil. Since eradicating an evil is too tiring and calls into question wider power structures, yes normalize, it is pretended to be less serious than it is by associating it with consumer goods such as food. A process of domestication of consciences that allows the hurt to persist, to its authors and accomplices to continue to act boldly in exhibited disregard for the stolen common good and for the pain inflicted to their victims “.