The thrilling life of Cocaine kingpin Rocco Morabito between Italy and Brazil

Italy's second most wanted criminal after Cosa Nostra boss Matteo Messina Denaro, according to Interpol, was one of the men who helped internationalize the Calabrian mafia and supplant the Sicilian Cosa Nostra and Neapolitan Camorra.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cocaine kingpin Rocco Morabito, who rose to fame and fortune as a young man in Milan's booming drug trade in the 1980s, was extradited Wednesday from Brazil to Italy, where he will begin a 30-year prison sentence.

From a young age, he was known for running the drug trade - from cocaine to heroin - in Italy's financial capital.

The young Calabrian, who bought nightclubs and trendy bars, became at 25 one of the new faces of the Calabrian mafia, the N'drangheta, which was then in full bloom.

U Tamunga, the nickname he received . . .

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