Friday, September 21, 2018

GTA gangland murders linked to mob war

Daniele “Dani” Ranieri was found bound and shot to death in a ditch outside Cancun in March. Another gringo in a country where murder is common. Cops believe Ranieri’s death is related to a gang war unfolding in southern Ontario between Calabrese crime clans. Ranieri's mentor was Juan Ramon Fernandez, a powerful figure in Montreal's Rizzuto crime family. Fernandez told a visitor in March 2013. “I want to make Dani a made man.” He was executed in Sicily weeks later.

Michael Cudmore is thought to be the triggerman in the deaths of Angelo Musitano and Mila Barberi. He left for Mexico after the murders and hasn't been heard from since February. Daniel Tomassetti also left for Mexico and has also disappeared.
Canada-wide warrants have been issued for 37-year-old Hamilton resident Michael Cudmore and Daniel Michael Tomassetti, a 27-year-old man from Ancaster. Police say they may have fled to Mexico.

Experts say it's a Calabrian/’Ndrangheta Mafia War, with cells of gangsters competing for cocaine routes and territory in the GTA.
Angelo Musitano was killed in May 2017, while sitting in his driveway. Mila Barberi was killed a few months earlier while picking up her mob connected boyfriend. Her boyfriend was also shot but survived. Jabril Hassan Abdalla, 27, has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with both deaths. He also faces two counts of conspiracy to attempt murder.Police said the deaths of Barberi and Musitano were the result of “the mafia.”
See ----->Sicilian Mafia brothers handed life sentence in murder of Juan Ramon Fernandez