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Breve historia de la Camorra

Fernando Bermejo

368 pages
Ediciones Nowtilus SL
Learn the history of the Camorra and its criminal activities from its origins in the 19th century to the 21st century. Learn how they went from snuff smuggling to drug trafficking, how they build great economic empires with the drug money and the public subsidies of the 1980 earthquake that ended up in the pockets of their bosses. Witness the bloody inner conflicts triggered by territorial disputes or little groups trying to freed themselves from the control of the organization. Finally, check the accounts of Camorra Inc., the criminal company that earns more than one hundred billion euros each year. This is the most comprehensive book written in Spanish on the Camorra subject. It is written in a simple and direct style accessible to a large public, and offers an incredible amount of data and trivia about the organized crime in Campania.
Author Bio
Fernando Bermejo has a degree in Philosophy and Education Sciences (and a Major in Psychology) at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of the Basque Country (1983-1988), a diploma in Criminology from the Basque Institute of Criminology (1988-1991) and a master in Criminology at the Basque Institute of Criminology (1992-1995). He is an expert in the analysis of criminology and the phenomenon of violence, and has published numerous articles on both subjects, many of them focusing on the effects of crime on society. He has also worked as a researcher at the Basque Institute of Criminology and the University of the Basque Country. Among his multiple works, we have the book ‘The globalization of organized crime’ (Basque Institute of Criminology, 2008) and the article “Foreign juvenile offenders in Germany, Italy, France and Spain: Theories, profiles and notes for a social policy” (International Annals of Criminology, 2007).