Last August the Canada Border Services Agency arrested Carmelo Bruzzese on suspicion that the Italian citizen is a clan boss with the 'Ndrangheta or Calabrian Mafia who was ineligible to remain in The Great White North, and now Interpol has issued a Red Notice or arrest warrant to ship his sorry ass back to the old country under police custody as reported by Adrian Humphreys for the National Post: "the existence of an official Red Notice, the highest level of global alert from the international police organization, contradicts previous claims from Mr. Bruzzese and his representatives that he is not wanted in Italy and has been cleared by the courts of any connection to the mob."
The Calabrian Mafia is suspected of backing a breakaway group from the Rizzuto clan with Cosa Nostra or the Sicilian Mafia for control over the drug trade in Montreal and New York, and the turf war has resulted in dozens of murders over the last few years including the shooting ambush in April 2014 of Carmine Verduci who was an alleged associate of Carmelo Bruzzese and "also tightly tied to the Gambino Mafia family of New York City, according to police" as then reported by Peter Edwards for The Star.
Earlier this year Italian and American police arrested dozens of suspected mobsters on both sides of the Atlantic for their alleged roles in a joint drug smuggling plot between the Gambino family and the Calabrian Mafia.
The Calabrian Mafia dominates the cocaine market in Europe,
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