19-05-2017 by redazione
Mario Mele has returned to "his home" in Sardinia.
The popular owner and manager of Mario's Lounge Bar and Buddha's Malindi has been transferred from the prison in Civitavecchia, where he was detained for more than a month, to the famed Badu 'and Carros penitentiary in Nuoro.
Mario's lawyer had repeatedly sought to avoid this transfer, claiming that the trial at his expense could be celebrated in Civitavecchia or Rome, but in the end prevailed the prosecution's request, which will listen to the ex-fugitive in Kenya to make Light on a series of crimes that led to the accusation, for him and other members, of a criminal association aimed at various types of fraud against the State, the Patrimony and the Private.
Malindikenya.net spoke to a friend and former Mario partner who confided in us how the former owner of Pata Pata was very fond of moving to Sardinia. Apart from Justice and its past, including the family, other problems and fears await him.
"Mario feels that at Badu 'and carros his life could be in danger - he confided to us the friend who prefers to remain incognito - he would have preferred to stay in Civitavecchia. Now for him will be difficult days."
Meanwhile, today, there will be the first hearing of the trial in which Mario will probably reject the allegations of association with the criminal, asking to sue the sole accusation of tax evasion.
Mario Mele, owner of Mario's Bar of Malindi and other members of Mario's Budda's within the Oasis Shopping Center (Nakumatt) has returned to liberty, awaiting the trial involving him with the charge of tax evasion and Of a criminal association.
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Still postponed the transfer in Sardinia of Mario Mele, a former resident of Malindi owner of Mario's Lounge at the Nakumatt, arrested by Interpol on 29 March during a joint operation with the police in the coastal region of Kenya.
The Court of Malindi was waiting for him this morning, escorted by the authorities, in order to exercise the order not to extradite.
The Judge of Nairobi, following the Interpol investigation, expect him next April 12 the official questioning.
For those who live or frequent Malindi the story of Mario Mele, manager of Pata Pata bar in the Nakumatt mall, it's not a mystery.
That journeyman active part of the night life (in Italian ran the premises of Sardinia,...
End of transmission, at least for now.
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