Sicilian mafia in the UK

Sicilian mafiosi jailed in London for huge drug deals

The London Daily News, March 11 1987

A Mafia godfather and his three lieutenants were jailed for a total of 97 years at the Old Bailey today after being convicted of running the biggest drug-smuggling ring ever found in Britain.
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How UK Customs busted the Sicilian Mafia's Woking Connection

The London Daily News, March 11 1987

It all started one wintery Sunday morning in December 1984 in Felixstowe Docks. A Customs dog called Ben, trained to sniff out drugs, started yelping at a couple of containers full of carved wooden furniture which had just made the eight-week journey from Kashmir in the foothills of the Himalayas.
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Where are they now: the Mafia's men in the UK

The London Daily News, March 11 1987

These are the current whereabouts and profiles of the Mafia network which has been operating in London from a base in Woking, Surrey for the last ten years.

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Secrets of the Sicilian Mafia's ten years of crime in London

The London Daily News, March 12 1987

London learned yesterday of the arrival of the Sicilian Mafia in the capital, when a powerful godfather and his three lieutenants were jailed at the Old Bailey. They had been caught with consignments of heroin and cannabis worth a total of £78 million.
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