19-07-2017 by redazione
We continue to say: a bit of time for this part for Italian fugitives in Kenya: the collaboration between the two police, between the magistrates and the foreign ministries is leading to research and capture of all the Elements that for years have been safe in the African country.
Today is the case of a pluriomicide already sentenced to life imprisonment for a crime committed four years ago and has since disappeared.
But many knew that he was in Kenya, so since Italian carabinieri and Kenyan forces began to exchange information and move on to action alone, the vice on Charles Gentile, a 51-year-old Roman, has become increasingly narrow And yesterday he was captured in Nairobi.
The arrest took place thanks to the intervention in the Kenyan territory of the carabinieri of the Nucleo Investigativo of the Provincial Command of Rome in collaboration with the International Police Cooperation Service (SCIP) of the Central Criminal Police Directorate.
Gentle had been sought after since 2015, being held responsible for the murders of Federico Di Meo, assassinated in Velletri on 24 September 2013 and Sesto Corvini, assassinated in Rome on 9 October 2013. In particular, for the murder of Federico Di Meo , On July 12, Carlo Gentile was sentenced to life imprisonment by the Court of Assise of Frosinone.
Over the last two years, Gentile had also been seen in Malindi, where he had some friends.
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