Perth man linked with Mafia boss u s anti money laundering laws

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But the calabrian chief of police, renato cortese, confirmed they were seeking mr vallelonga over his alleged links to mr commisso.

The perth man was allegedly caught discussing his council election with the mob boss, as well as his dissatisfaction with an australian gangster.

Mr vallelonga, who came to australia in 1963, was mayor of stirling in perth’s north from 1997 to 2005, and has served on the board of the WA ethnic community council.

The federal police would not comment on his case yesterday, but did confirm that they had ”received a request for assistance from italian authorities which was being progressed at a government-to-government level”.

A former new south wales assistant police commissioner who specialised in organised crime investigations, clive small, said yesterday’s news was further proof that the mafia problem in australia was larger than the government and police would admit.U s anti money laundering laws

He noted there were clear mafia targets in australia, men who were involved in corrupt relations with politicians, money laundering and drugs.

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But the calabrian chief of police, renato cortese, confirmed they were seeking mr vallelonga over his alleged links to mr commisso.

The perth man was allegedly caught discussing his council election with the mob boss, as well as his dissatisfaction with an australian gangster.

Mr vallelonga, who came to australia in 1963, was mayor of stirling in perth’s north from 1997 to 2005, and has served on the board of the WA ethnic community council.

The federal police would not comment on his case yesterday, but did confirm that they had ”received a request for assistance from italian authorities which was being progressed at a government-to-government level”.U s anti money laundering laws

A former new south wales assistant police commissioner who specialised in organised crime investigations, clive small, said yesterday’s news was further proof that the mafia problem in australia was larger than the government and police would admit.

He noted there were clear mafia targets in australia, men who were involved in corrupt relations with politicians, money laundering and drugs.

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But the calabrian chief of police, renato cortese, confirmed they were seeking mr vallelonga over his alleged links to mr commisso.

The perth man was allegedly caught discussing his council election with the mob boss, as well as his dissatisfaction with an australian gangster.

Mr vallelonga, who came to australia in 1963, was mayor of stirling in perth’s north from 1997 to 2005, and has served on the board of the WA ethnic community council.U s anti money laundering laws

The federal police would not comment on his case yesterday, but did confirm that they had ”received a request for assistance from italian authorities which was being progressed at a government-to-government level”.

A former new south wales assistant police commissioner who specialised in organised crime investigations, clive small, said yesterday’s news was further proof that the mafia problem in australia was larger than the government and police would admit.

He noted there were clear mafia targets in australia, men who were involved in corrupt relations with politicians, money laundering and drugs.