Caserta, maxi-kidnapping of an entrepreneur linked to the Casalesi Clan

Seizure of assets for an amount equal to four million euros. We are in Casapesenna, a municipality in the province of Caserta where the soldiers of the economic-financial police unit of the Guardia di Finanza executed a decree of confiscation of assets against an entrepreneur, Luciano Licenza, 57 years old.

The man had already been sentenced, in an abbreviated manner, to a six-year prison sentence for the crime of mafia association following a criminal proceeding initiated at the Naples Public Prosecutor’s Office – District Anti-Mafia Directorate. Five companies, twelve vehicles, two boats, nine financial reports, five properties and seven lands: these are the assets to which the seals were subjected. Leveraging Michele Zagaria’s knowledge in public administration, the entrepreneur won contracts for public works and then paid a percentage equal to 5 percent of the contract amount as compensation for Zagaria’s mediation with the clans of the places where the works were to be carried out. be carried out and also giving further sums to Zagaria himself and his family members.

The subsequent economic-patrimonial investigations of the Gico of the Guardia di Finanza of Naples revealed significant inconsistencies over a very long period of time (between 1997 and 2015) between the value of the assets available to the said entrepreneur and his family unit and the declared income or economic activities carried out.

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