'Roman' Camorra boss gets tough jail regime

Michele Senese sentenced to life for 2001 murder

(ANSA) - Rome, January 30 - A boss in the Neapolitan Camorra mafia who operated in and around Rome was on Friday placed under Italy's toughest prison regime, known as 41-bis.
    Michele Senese, 58, was recently sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a Rome gangland boss in 2001.
    Italy's most dangerous mafiosi are held under 41-bis.
    The regime, covered by article 41-bis of penitentiary law, means mobsters are held in isolation and prevented from receiving family visits or parcels.
   

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