The second alleged murderer of Antonio Deiana, the man who died in 2012 and whose remains resurfaced in July this year, was arrested in the basement of a building in Cinisello Balsamo, in the province of Milan. The Mobile Teams of the Milan and Como Police Headquarters and the Greek Turro Commissariat have executed a precautionary custody order against Nello Placido, a 44-year-old with precedents for tax, false and drug offenses, born in Milan but residing in Monza. The accusation is of murder aggravated by the premeditation and suppression of corpse in competition with Luca Sanfilippo, a 37-year-old taken last July after the revelations of a confidential source collected by an investigator from the Greek-Turro police station in Milan. Sanfilippo, originally from Mazzarino, in the province of Caltanissetta, is prejudiced by drugs and is considered close to families of Sicilian criminality and 'ndrangheta.
The murder and the find
The discovery of the body of Deiana arrives, six years after the disappearance of the man, thanks to a blown arrived at the Commissariat of Greek Turro who led the agents to Luca Sanfilippo. Following the murder, which as confessed to Sanfilippo would have been for trivial reasons while he was in the grip of a rapture fueled by the use of cocaine, the body had been buried in the basement of his building in Cinisello Balsamo, in a pre-existing hole, covering it with soil and lime. According to reports, Deiana was killed for a settlement of accounts in the field of drug trafficking, within a family of 'ndrangheta.
Last modified on 10 November 2018 hours 14:00