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Former world champion Iaquinta two years in prison in order to trade in arms with mafia

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Former world champion Iaquinta two years in prison in order to trade in arms with mafia

31 October 2018 17:40
31-10-18 17:40

Vincenzo Iaquinta, who, in 2006, the world title conquered by Italy, is in a large trial against the mafia in Italy and sentenced to two years in prison. According to the court, the ex-striker of Juventus, his father illegal trafficking in weapons helped.

Thus supported, the 38-year-old Iaquinta the Ndrangheta, such as the organised crime in Calabria is called, stated the court. His father, Giuseppe, has for its leading role in the underworld to a term of imprisonment of nineteen years.

Iaquinta reacted furiously to the sentence. “My life is ruined, but only because I come from am from Calabria. I have nothing to do with the mafia,” he left outside the court in Reggio Emilia know.

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