Italian military examine helicopter marriage for mafia links

The couple’s opening by helicopter – alighting in a internal churchyard – was a prominence of a celebrations in Nicotera, a city in a Vibo Valentia area of Calabria.

The couple, named as Antonio and Aurora Gallone, and their 400 marriage guest had a whole ancestral area to themselves, with a executive block sealed to a open for 3 hours.

However, military are endangered that a internal bend of a mafia might have been involved; mayor Franco Pagano told internal press that a helicopter’s alighting had had no central authorization, though a area was cordoned off with central barriers, suggesting a complicity of someone operative for a metropolitan authorities.

Prosecutor Michele Sirgiovanni pronounced it was a “very critical matter”. In a past decade alone, a legislature of Nicotera has been dissolved due to mafia infiltration, in 2005 and 2010, and in Feb of this year a city combined a cabinet to inspect reports of infiltration in open authorities by a Mancusa clan, partial of a ‘ndrangheta mafia group.

According to Il Corriere, a husband is a grandson of house members. Antonio Gallone has never been charged with any offences related to orderly crime, though has a prior self-assurance of flourishing cannabis in 2011.

Prosecutors will inspect a marriage guest list and photos common on amicable media to establish if any members of a internal administration were behind a stunt.

Pagano pronounced his bureau had perceived a ask for a helicopter alighting on a internal sports field, that had been upheld to a applicable department. The marriage helicopter set off from that field, though on a lapse from a outing to a Aeolian islands for marriage pictures, it landed during a city centre during nightfall to continue a ceremony.

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