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(AGI) - Palermo, June 17 - Eight 'prominent' arrests were made by the
police of Trapani and Agrigento last night, the conclusion of an
investigation by the Anti-mafia District Department of Palermo into
attempts to slow down legal proceedings against members of the mafia
with the help of members of the Freemasonry. One of the arrested is
Michele Accomando, entrepreneur in Mazara del Vallo (Trapani), already
arrested in 2007, charged with mafia membership. The man is member of
the loggia "Gran Serenissima" of the Freemasonry of Trapano. An
official of the Finance Ministry working in Agrigento, Calogero Licata
was also arrested, as well as a businessman from Agrigento, Nicola
Sorrentino, and an employee of the Court of Cassation, Guido Peparaio,
employee of the registrar's office of the second penal section of the
Court of Cassation. But according to the investigators the key figure
is another arrested, the Roman wheeler-dealer Rodolfo Grancini.
Also arrested are a gynaecologist from Palermo, Renato De Gregorio,
who would have been favoured through the delay of his case in
Cassation, and a policewoman, Francesca Surdo, secretary of the
director of the operational central Service of the State police.
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