The Over 20 Years of Alleged Drug Deals with Miccichè and the Trials He Always Left Unscathed

Gianfranco Miccichè, former Deputy Minister of Economy in Italy, has been linked to cocaine-related incidents twice in the past. In 2002, a collaborator of a company working for the ministry was arrested for introducing cocaine into the offices. The substance was intended for a deputy minister, but there was no evidence linking it to Miccichè. In 2012, his driver was found with cocaine in Rome, with a note referencing Miccichè. However, there was no proof of his involvement. Recently, Miccichè was implicated in a cocaine case involving chef Mario Di Ferro, but he denies any wrongdoing.