Judge Indicts 150 in Mass Crime, Terrorism Case
MILAN, Italy (AP) _ A Milan judge has indicted 150 people in a series of killings, kidnappings, illegal arms and drug deals linked to crime syndicates and terrorist groups, the news agency ANSA reported.
Magistrate Antonio Lombardi issued the indictments Friday, ANSA said.
The investigation included testimony from accused criminal Gianluigi Marasco on a crimes ranging from a recent series of robberies on buses carrying soccer players from this northern industrial capital to the January 1985 murder of a Rome policeman, ANSA said.
The news agency, quoting unnamed judicial sources, said Marasco was accused of crimes including a recent prison break in Milan, and the attempted murder of three carabinieri military policemen and a courtroom guard last year. An accomplice in the attack, identified as Loris Fantazzani, was the only other suspect ANSA named.