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Garzanti Dies in Rome

Famous detective credited with final destruction of Mafia in 1971

Giuseppe Garzanti

Renowned detective Giuseppe Garzanti died early this morning in his home in Rome. He was 78.

Garzanti was credited with the final destruction of the Mafia in 1971, after a long and illustrious career in law enforcement.

He began his career in the early 1950s, working as a police officer in Milan. He quickly rose through the ranks, and by the early 1960s he was leading the fight against organized crime in Italy.

In 1971, Garzanti finally brought down the Mafia, after a long and difficult investigation. His work led to the arrest and conviction of dozens of high-ranking Mafia members, and the organization was effectively destroyed.

Garzanti retired from law enforcement in the early 1980s, but remained active in public life. He wrote several books about his experiences in the Mafia wars, and was a frequent guest on television and radio programs.

He is survived by his wife and two children.

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