An as yet unidentified Albanian has appeared in the wiretaps of the mafia boss Toto Riina. Italian media have published some new wiretaps in connection with the mafia killings that took place in Palermo in the ’80s and’ 90s ordered by the infamous mafia boss Toto Riina.
“Il Fatto QuotidianoHas singled out one of these wiretaps where it turns out that an Albanian is also involved. He is clearly mentioned in the wiretaps of “Capo dei capi” as an explosives expert and the question raised by the Italian media is which murder the mysterious Albanian was involved in and why he was not identified or arrested.
The published wiretaps were carried out in 2013 when Riina was in prison, but they were made in order to reveal new facts about how the Sicilian mafia worked. There Riina confessed to his fellow prisoners the murders and executions of rivals or of prosecutors and judges.
Eavesdropping of September 10, 2013:
Riina went out into the prison yard for ventilation and there talks to Alberto Lorusso, another inmate. At first they talk about cooking and food. Totò Riina had a great desire for cheese and says he asked his son Giovanni to bring him a good one. Then they talk about the difficulties of the prison and here Riina talks about a building.
“Imagine that building looked good itu climb, climb! Qija… then… Just put the car up there, on the other side, put it in front, put it in front, in front of the door where you enter and juhuuu… ”- says Riina who according to observers whistled, made gestures, raised her arm.
He was certainly talking about the house on D’Amelio Street where prosecutor Paolo Borsellino was killed, the only place where a massacre took place using a car loaded with explosives parked near the apartment door.
“I insisted there, three days, four days for the car to be parked there ova I went to change the parking space… because they had to take their place… that you can’t find the parking lot when you get there, you can’t find it! That is why we have to work on these things. When I say… when I say that work needs to be done! He has to work because he has to understand that if you need a place near the goalkeeper, you have to work, look for him, fight with him merr Take it, take it and hold it, put the car… a car and put it there and then go and you find him, you go to look for him… like the one who came only from Albania… go and find an expert like him… ”.
The Italian newspaper writes that it is suspected that the Albanian was under house arrest in Palermo after Riina explained to his friend that “luck is needed” because he was a good one: “go find such an expert” and it was easy to find : You don’t even have to pay for the trip. “It was there, in the city.”
The penitent of justice, Gaspare Spatuzza, also speaks about this person (Albanian) in his testimony.
“In the garage at via Villasevaglios, Gaspare was working hard to turn a Fiat 126 stolen in a deadly bomb. At the time of delivery, it was July 18, 1992, the day before the massacre on via D’Amelio, in the garage was Renzino Tinnirello and then came a third person, a guy who had no connection to the Cosa Nostra, a stranger who did not say a word. If it had been a person I knew, surely something would have remained…; but I have such a vague image (…). I am convinced that he is not a person attributed to Cosa Nostra because (…) this anomaly exists, to me it is inexplicable “ – he said.
The penitent did not identify the Albanian perhaps to protect him because it is clear that if his name came out he would start a hunt for him by both the police and the mafia.
Anti-mafia investigators suspect that the “man who came from Albania” is related to the murder of Judge Rocco Chinnici. This is because when Riina talks about this issue, she says that she talked to “Nino” about “placing the car near the door”.