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Francesco Corallo, Wealthiest Dutch Citizen, Italian Mafia Boss, Arrested Dutch St Maarten Sxm, Early Morning Raid. Warrants Issued By The Italian Police

 

EARLY MORNING RAIDS ARRESTS

Full Story! The Richest Dutch Citizen Francesco Corallo, Mob Boss Arrested. Warrants Issued By The Italian Authorities. Early Morning Raids Baestsen Also Arrested

The searches in St. Maarten that started this morning Tuesday, December 13, 2016 and are being led by the Judge of Instruction are still ongoing.
The home of the suspect F.C. (56) born in Italy is one of the premises that is being searched. The Anti-corruption Taskforce (TBO) of the Kingdom Detectives Cooperation Team has arrested F.C. at the request of Italian authorities. Italy will ask for his extradition. He will be prosecuted in Italy among other things for tax evasion and bribery of several politicians. F.C. is also suspected in Italy for using his businesses for money laundering. The arrests and searches are part of an international coordinated action in Italy, St. Maarten, Netherlands and the French Saint Martin. Several searches are also taking place on French Saint Martin led by an Investigative Judge. There the suspect R.B. (56) born in The Netherlands has been arrested. Furthermore searches have taken place in Italy and suspects have been arrested. Finally in Amsterdam an office building has been searched. These actions are the result of a partnership which started six months ago between the Prosecutor’s Offices of Italy, the Netherlands and St. Maarten. The Anti-corruption Unit of the Attorney General’s Office acted in line with this partnership regarding the arrests, searches, and seizure. This international cooperation between Italy, St. Maarten, French Saint Martin and the Netherlands fits into the joint, intensive approach to combat cross-border corruption and fraud, also called “undermining”. Undermining, including corruption and money laundering, poses a serious threat to the security and economy of the countries in the Caribbean part of the Dutch Kingdom. The TBO of the RST, the National Detectives Agencies of Curaçao and Sint Maarten and the Prosecutor’s Office are partners in the fight against “undermining”.

Full Story! The Richest Dutch Citizen Francesco Corallo, Mob Boss Arrested. Warrants Issued By The Italian Authorities. Early Morning Raids Baestsen Also Arrested

PHILIPSBURG–Atlantis Group owner Francesco Corallo (56) and the Group’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Rudolf Baetsen (56) were arrested in St. Maarten on Tuesday.

The Anti-corruption Taskforce (TBO) of the Kingdom Detectives Cooperation Team arrested Corallo at the request of Italian authorities and Italy will ask for his extradition, the Prosecutor’s Office said in a press release on Tuesday. Corallo will be prosecuted in Italy for amongst other things, tax evasion and bribery of several politicians. The Italy-born Corallo is also suspected in Italy for using his businesses for money-laundering.

Full Story! The Richest Dutch Citizen Francesco Corallo, Mob Boss Arrested. Warrants Issued By The Italian Authorities. Early Morning Raids Baestsen Also Arrested

On Tuesday, authorities also searched several of Corallo’s properties in St. Maarten including his home and an office building. The arrests and searches are part of an international coordinated action in Italy, St. Maarten, the Netherlands and French St. Martin, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

Several searches also took place in French St. Martin led by an Investigative

Judge. There is where Baetsen, who was born in the Netherlands, was arrested.

Searches were also conducted in Italy and suspects have been arrested there. An office building was also searched in Amsterdam.

These actions are the result of a partnership which began six months ago between the

Prosecutor’s Offices of Italy, the Netherlands and St. Maarten. The Anti-corruption Unit of the Attorney General’s Office acted in line with this partnership as it relates to the arrests, searches and seizures.

The international cooperation between Italy, St. Maarten, French St. Martin and the

Netherlands fits into the joint, intensive approach to combat cross-border corruption and fraud also called “undermining.” Undermining, including corruption and money-laundering pose a serious threat to the security and economy of the countries in the

Caribbean part of the Dutch Kingdom, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

The TBO of the RST, the National Detectives Agencies of Curaçao and St. Maarten and the Prosecutor’s Office are partners in the fight against undermining.

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