TORONTO – At the end of a judicial hearing, the convicted Mafia boss and a smuggler cocaine court, following the trial of a court of the court ordered, the judge asked two men if they wanted to.
"I did not say anything, your Honor," said Giuseppe Ursino, 65, Bradford, Ont., Known as Pino and was heard by the court, the head of the Northern Toronto Mafia clan. According to the Italian interpreter, "I do not say anything."
The Supreme Court of Ontario, Brian O & # 39; Marra, was summoned to Ursino's alleged accused, Cosmin Dracea, known as Toro Chris, 42. After Ursino's exclusion, he responded to the questions that were asked about these questions.
Drac, however, wanted to speak, and the court soon rushed to imprison him and addressed the judges, where he spoke more than five minutes.
"I found excuses for myself and I did not find one, as well as being stupid, but that's not an excuse," said Dracea.
He said he did not work for Ursino and was immersed in the ground, he accused him secretly to work as an informative policeman to import cocaine. The informant talked about the import of large cocaine and went with it, he said. She was lying to her role-agent, in a big conversation. He was a "coward", not to stop, he said.
"I think the debate is cheap, but now I understand that it is not cheap. The debate is expensive, I pay now. Always," he said.
"It hurts me and my whole family," said Draurak O & # 39; Marra, "and it caused so much pain.
"I know I have to pay my mistake," but Crown's 14-year sentence request was very heavy, he said.
"He mentioned 14 years: life, life, life … Four people have to be destroyed: myself, my wife, my children," Dracea said.
I think it's cheap, but now it's not cheap
In the case of couples, in many ways, they were condemned more than crimes. Much more than two men before the Court was something emblematic.
In many testimonies of government testimonial, Carmine Guido, the veteran mafia, changed the widows and wore a RCMP wire in a few months and together with their members, the jury condemned in April.
Protests The secrets and internal operations called "Ndrangheta" revealed the Mafia association imported into the Italian province of Calabria.
Although "Ndrangheta" is the most powerful and most dangerous force in the global crime, this case was the first Canadian Canadian, 50 years ago, the anti-gangsterism law firm for 20 years, said Tom Andreopoulos, the deputy chief of the federal prosecutor, earlier. The RCMP led research project was called Code OPhoenix.
The group imported hundreds of kilograms of cocaine from three different countries through three different methods, which were arrested in June 2015.
Ursino was condemned, among other charges, to cocaine and conspiracy trafficking to import cocaine related to criminology; Dracea was convicted of importing cocaine from cocaine condemned to traffic and criminology.
In front of the judge, Drace refused to be a gangster.
"In my whole life, I never had anybody. I never worked with me. Stupid things or good things, I did them. I do not have anyone," he said.
Andreopoulos asked for Ursini for 16 years and was 14 years old Dracea.
Lydia Riva, lawyer of Dracea, asked for a sentence of five and seven years. Dragi Zekavica, Ursino lawyer, asked for a seven-year sentence.
Zekavica sent O & # 39; Marx three letters from her physician, according to Ursino's health shelf. He had two heart surgery recently and nine different medications, he said.
After his father and mother died of heart attacks, Zekavica said. The judge asked him about this trial. He was a strict debt of 1,288 days before the Ursino judge, and his third death sentence was abolished.
Andreopoulos said old-age was able to speak to prisoners of health and parole board, not the courts, and stated that Ursino was retired, so that his house arrests "had little effect on his affairs."
"This was not a joke. It was a serious negotiation," explains Andreopoulos of cocaine to the conspiracy.
O & # 39; Marra is scheduled to give its decision on February 28.