La Banda della Magliana

Roma criminale

The Magliana Gang, also known as the Banda della Magliana, was a criminal organization in Italy that operated in Rome from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. The group was involved in various criminal activities, including drug trafficking, arms trafficking, extortion, and murder.

The gang was named after the Magliana neighborhood in Rome, which was their base of operations. The group was originally composed of small-time criminals and thieves, but it eventually grew into a powerful and sophisticated criminal organization with connections to the Italian mafia, politicians, and even the secret services.

The Magliana Gang is notorious for their involvement in the kidnapping and murder of Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro in 1978. The group was also involved in numerous other high-profile crimes, including the robbery of a armored car in 1982 in which they stole a large sum of money.

The gang was eventually dismantled in the early 1990s as a result of a police investigation known as "Operation Gladio." Many members of the gang were arrested and sentenced to long prison terms, while others went into hiding or fled the country. The Magliana Gang remains a symbol of the criminal underworld and political corruption in Italy.


Ordinanza sentenza banda della Magliana