Daily Telegraph report:
Senior Camorra mafia boss arrested after 16 years digging through bunker
Italian police have arrested the most senior boss of the Camorra mafia still at large, digging through a secret bunker near Naples to end his 16 years on the run, according to reports.
12:17PM GMT 07 Dec 2011
Michele Zagaria, 53, considered to be the leader of the powerful and bloody Casalesi clan, has already been sentenced in absentia to multiple life terms in prison for a career of murder, extortion and drug trafficking.
Zagaria was hidden in a bunker with a thick ceiling of reinforced concrete under a home in the town of Casapesenna, north of Naples.
"You won. The state has won," Zagaria reportedly told anti-mafia investigators as he was being arrested.
He has been the subject of an international arrest warrant since 2000.
Italian prosecutors on Tuesday carried out 47 arrests in a crackdown on the Casaelsi clan and asked politicians to strip an MP from former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's party of his parliamentary immunity to arrest him too.