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Monday, April 18

Four Charged in Calvi Killing

Word has it that the Calvis had some ties to Edmonton, Alberta, and that Calvi's son and wife were hiding out in an Edmonton-area ranch house shortly after Roberto was murdered. Go figure.


Via BBC:

Four people have been indicted for the 1982 murder of Italian banker Roberto Calvi, Italian media say.
Calvi, known as God's banker because of his close ties to the Vatican, was found hanging under a bridge in London.

The suspects are Flavio Carboni, his ex-girlfriend Manuela Kleinzig and Pippo Calo and Ernesto Diotallevi - both said to have Mafia ties.

The four are due to go on trial in October. Calvi's family have always said that he did not kill himself.

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