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Italy: Mafia Wars (Part II) #587876

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 31, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Statement from the French justice minister that only police cooperation can keep the Mafia out of Europe reported.

(Sant'Agata, Sicily: Arthur Kent) The challenge to the Mafia in Sicily where one town has banded together against crime featured; scenes shown from Sant'Agata di Militello, Sicily, where the business people formed an association to resist the Mafia. [Shop owner Josephine ZUCCARELLO; her son Gaetano ZUCCARELLO, hardware store OWNER, BUILDER (thru translator) - talk about not paying Mafia extortion.] The response from the Mafia noted; scenes shown. Anti-Mafia rally in Palermo, Sicily, following the assassination of anti-Mafia judges Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino recalled; scenes shown. [Two FISHERMEN, Gaetano ZUCCARELLO (thru translator); Josephine ZUCCARELLO - talk about the Mafia.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Kent, Arthur

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