L’agenzia del crimine. fascisti e banditi a Roma (1978-1981)

Author/s Francesco Landolfi
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2015/19
Language Italian Pages 21 P. 60-80 File size 133 KB
DOI 10.3280/HM2015-019007
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During the seventies, the clandestine political violence against Italian institutional system has deeply shocked a whole generation of people. Rome was one of the most devastated territory by the attempts of right and left terrorism. In those years the city became a cruel battlefield against judges, journalists and policemen. The main goal of the article aims to highlight the operational links between neo-fascists factions and the roman organized crime of Magliana gang, through the analysis of those characters and crimes performed exclusively for a single purpose: the monopoly of illegal power. Apparently, two criminal worlds where there was a mutual exploitation within their respective criminal interests. Political for neo-fascist groups, economic for roman underworld.

Keywords: Terrorism, organized crime, Magliana gang, neo-fascism, Italian Republic, anni di piombo.

Francesco Landolfi, L’agenzia del crimine. fascisti e banditi a Roma (1978-1981) in "HISTORIA MAGISTRA" 19/2015, pp 60-80, DOI: 10.3280/HM2015-019007