Organised crime syndicate linked to Genoa crowd disturbances

According to reports in the Belgrade newspaper Politika, a Serbian organised crime syndicate were behind last Tuesday’s ugly scenes in Genoa.
The journal claims that two mafia bosses paid 70 hooligans around £200,000 to cause as much mayhem as possible in the port city. One of the men is thought to be heavily involved in cocaine smuggling whilst the other has been linked to various murders that have taken place in the country.
It is believed that the aim of the disturbances were to cause chaos in Serbia, a country that at the moment is suffering from political unrest. Another theory behind the violence is that it was targeted specifically at the Serbian football federation with many supporters unhappy with the way the game is organised in the country.

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