The Neapolitan Mob’s Most Dangerous Family

A character sketch of Paolo di Lauro, one of the Neapolitan Camorra’s former leaders.  Southern Italy it seems, like some parts of Mexico, operates with more than one quasi-state organization governing in parallel.  A tacit negotiation between the official and unofficial systems, which sometimes erupts into violence — ironically, at those times when the so-called “criminal” organizations have become weak.