The article discusses how organized crime, similar to the Cosa Nostra, has also been active in the United States, as evidenced by a recent FBI investigation that led to the arrest of 10 people in the US and 7 in Sicily. The suspects are accused of various crimes including extortion, arson, assault, and racketeering, all with the aim of dominating the transportation and demolition industries in New York. The article mentions several specific incidents of violence and intimidation used by the group. The suspects also face charges related to union fraud and benefit schemes. The article highlights the cooperation between US and Italian law enforcement in combating organized crime. If convicted, the suspects could face sentences ranging from 20 to 180 years in prison.
Mafia, i clan negli Usa tra racket e pestaggi: ecco i nomi degli arrestati in America