Seven years and six months coriglianese Peter Salvatore Mollo (Photo) considered by the Judges 'mind' and head of a group of suspected extortionists, six years Sandro Alfonso Marrazzo, Antonio Bell and Francis Morrone, too Corigliano,
two years and four months castrovillarese Fabio Paduano, but acquitted the other castrovillarese, Giuseppe Gaetani. These are the convictions in the afternoon yesterday by the College of Criminal Court of Rossano (President William Labonia, alongside Guido D'Alfonso Romano and Henry) in the first trial held against the six defendants found guilty for extortion (except Paduano whose condemnation is attributed to the offense of receiving stolen some checks). Accepted, then, and almost full, the requests made in the indictment by the Public Ministry Alessia Notaro. The facts of the case date back two years ago. A report of six from the Commissioner of Police Ross - who started the investigation against them until the issue of protective measures in prison - the place was a businessman who was harassed by repeated extortion. Lawyers Defenders of the six defendants pleaded guilty (John Zagarese, Zagarese Ettore Francesco Paolo Oranges, Anthony Fusaro, Francesco Guglielmi, Andrea Accoto and Enzo Galeota) are waiting hours to get to know the reasons behind the purview of the sentence read in court yesterday and will be filed by the next ninety days to prepare their appeal.