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THE MURDERED DETECTIVE.

ARRESTS MADE

jX CODE.

(Eeceived 8.-15 a.m.)

ROME. April 7. rarlo Constantino and Antonio Pasffe*Convicts from America, have 62 , rre-ted at Palermo on a charge of !SS De teetiTe Tyrosine, an Ame- "?* Active who was investigating iTJSto between the Mali aand SiSt unable to satisfactorily eolaia why he sent a code message to g York after the crime.

i Mafia gang in Palermo, in broad day&.e£ with the Black Hand of rLu Petrosino defended himself ~• „ff the <*ang. and he received "5 tirtto^ound ? 7'from which he ex"l He was born in Italy, hut emitted to America, where for 20 years WZs eaiploved in tracking loreign !SS * endeavouring to break c W Hand. After the murder gfinertan Consul nt Palermo was assassination if he perSrf in his endeavours to get the CTim " fl brought to justice. A shipping com£jw Men had arranged to send IVtroS tody back to America threw up because of Mafia threats egainst the agent.

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THE MURDERED DETECTIVE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 84, 8 April 1909

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