A man has been charged with the murder of a Mafia lawyer who was shot two years ago.
Detectives of murder cases brought charges against 69-year-old Vincent Crupi after being arrested on Friday at 9.45 am at Ringwood in Melbourne.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported lawyer Joseph & # 39; Pino & # 39; Acquaro represented several Melbourne Gangland and Calabrian crime figures, with some in the Ndrangheta or Honored Society.
Joseph & # 39; Pino & # 39; Acquaro represented several Melbourne gangland and Calabrian crime figures, some of whom were known in the Ndrangheta or Honored Society & # 39;
Condemned drug trafficking Francesco Madafferi and Rocco Arico were among that long list.
Mr. Acquaro had just closed his Gelobar Cafe on Lygon Street in Melbourne on March 15, 2016.
The 54-year-old was on his way back to his parked Mercedes at St. Phillip Street in Melbourne when he was shot dead at 3 o'clock in the morning.
A truck driver discovered the body of the killed lawyer hours later.
Before his death, Mr. Acquaro had broken ties with some of his Mafia clients because of a quarrel.
The relationship was tightened and the police warned him in June 2015 that his life was in danger.
His café was destroyed in a suspicious fire months before his death.
Mr. Acquaro had just closed his Gelobar Cafe on Lygon Street in Melbourne on March 15, 2016. The 54-year-old was on his way back to his parked Mercedes on St. Phillip Street in Melbourne when he was shot deadly around 3 o'clock in the morning.
The police had a main suspect in the murder, who was arrested and interrogated a week after the shooting, but she denied any involvement.
Images of Lygon Street and Gelobar seemed to catch the culprit outside the company on the same night that Mr Acquaro died.
The father of three sons was former president of the Italian Chamber of Commerce Reggio Calabria Club.
He had deep ties with the Calabrian community and supported disadvantaged members.
Mr. Crupi has been accused of one census of murder and will visit the Magistrates Court of Melbourne on Friday.
Researchers will try to keep him in custody.
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