Prisons: cell phones to manage illicit trafficking, 7 per trial. There is also a Messina


By John

They received and used mobile phones and SIM cards inside the San Cataldo prison to continue communicating with the outside and manage illicit trafficking: the Caltanissetta Public Prosecutor's Office ordered seven inmates to be summoned to trial. It's about Antonino Manganello51 years old, from Palma; Giuseppe Charity39 years old, from Licata; Calogero Falzone39 years old, from Sciacca; Kevin Bonfiglio30 years old, from Catania; Maicol Friend32 years old, from San Cataldo; Antonino Bongiovanni40 years old, from Messina and Giuseppe Giannone, 43 years old, from Caltanissetta. They are accused of having received and used cell phones and cards illegally entered into the penitentiary. The story dates back to the summer of 2021 when the operation began with some precautionary measures. The public prosecutor Piera Anzalone hypothesizes that the defendants will be charged with the crime of “undue access to devices suitable for communication by detained subjects”, recently introduced and punishable by a sentence of up to 4 years in prison. The pre-trial hearing has been set for September 11th before judge Giulia Zappalà.