The Mafia boss arrested by British police at his home in Uxbridge on Wednesday has been described as “kind and generous to a fault” by a travel agent who worked with him for more than 12 years.
Murray Harrold, a homeworker for Eton Travel, corrected widespread claims that Domenico Rancadore had been running a travel agency from his home in Uxbridge, west London.
Harrold said Rancadore’s wife was a business travel agent in the meetings and events sector, while Rancadore ran a chauffeur drive business called Executive Travel.
Rancadore, who had been living in the UK under the alias Marco Skinner since 1994, is due to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today where District Judge Quentin Purdy will decide whether he can be allowed bail.
He is facing a seven-year term in an Italian jail for being part of a criminal organisation between 1987 and 1995.
Harrold told Travel Weekly: “Marco was the…
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