Angelo Provenzano is participating in Sicilian "excursions for American tourists" through Boston-based Overseas Adventure Travel in which he talks about life with his father Bernardo Provenzano who was the one-time "boss of bosses" over Cosa Nostra as reported by Rosie Scammell for The Guardian:
Speaking to Italian media, Provenzano described the matter as a "personal affair" and asked: "Do I have the right to a normal life or not?"
Bernardo Provenzano was apprehended in 2006, and now is serving a life term in solitary confinement as the convicted mastermind of Cosa Nostra's terror campaign against the state which included the assassinations of anti-mafia prosecutors Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino in separate bomb attacks in 1992.
So happy to hear that Angelo is able to financially capitalize on his daddy's evil. Sure, that's a "normal life." And maybe when Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev's child grows up she can give Back Bay tours to Chechen tourists.