Italian workers Controlled by an Italian mafia family in Belgium

The Bologna Prosecutor’s office (Italy) is investigating a organisation that exploits Italian workers in Belgium. 

16 individuals were detained in Italy in June. Le Soir reported that there may be a connection between the rise of a mafia clan and financial activity between Brussels and Namur on Saturday. The newspaper hinted Prosecutors were looking in to the exploitation and racketeering of masons and carpenters. 

Le Soir got hold of a 261-page file detailing the proof against 76 people being investigated by the Education court. Among them is Dilbeek resident Mario Timpano, who is suspected of being the link between Belgium and the Grande Aracri clan, that belong to the Calabrian mafia. The judge said telephone bugs could introduce a business that takes vulnerable workers to construction websites in Brussels to use them to its clan’s financial gain. 

They used them for construction work in the Brussels region, to build 350 apartments for a local firm”, magistrates said. Six sufferers (four masons and four carpenters) were diagnosed from the first few months of 20 17 alone. They Might Have just been compensated wages of 6.75 euros to 10 euros an hour within this endeavor.  

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