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Gianni Nicchi was born on 16 February, 1981 in Turin, Italy. Discover Gianni Nicchi's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?

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Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 16 February 1981
Birthday 16 February
Birthplace Turin, Italy
Nationality Italy

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2013

Rotolo did not like what Nicchi reported back and did not believe the assurances of Calì, which he considered excuses to reinstate the Inzerillos in Palermo. Rotolo passed a death sentence on Salvatore Lo Piccolo and his son, Sandro – and procured the barrels of acid that are used to dissolve the bodies of slain rivals. Nicchi was ordered to search and kill the fugitive father and son Lo Piccolo.

2010

In September 2010 he went on a hunger strike for two weeks demanding to see his two children who were born while he was a fugitive. He had not acknowledged the children while he was on the run so officially they are not his. He has started the process to officially acknowledge them.

2009

On 5 December 2009, Italian police arrested him in Palermo. He is incarcerated in the special security prison in L'Aquila under the strict Article 41-bis prison regime.

2008

On 21 January 2008, the Palermo Court convicted the fugitive Nicchi and sentenced him to 18 years in prison. Because he was tried under a special short procedure, he received a 1/3 reduction on his sentence. He was indicted on 7 February 2008, in operation Old Bridge against the Gambinos in New York and their connections in Palermo, involved in drug trafficking.

2007

Nicchi fortunes changed after the arrest of Salvatore Lo Piccolo and his son Sandro on 5 November 2007. Nicchi is considered as one of the new powers in Cosa Nostra in Palermo. Other youngsters on their way up are Pietro Tagliavia, born in 1978, a scion from the Corso dei Mille Mafia family, and Salvo Riina, born in 1977 – the second-born son of boss of bosses Totò Riina – who was arrested in 2001 but released in 2007 when the Supreme Court annulled his sentence.

2006

Gianni Nicchi is the son of Luigi Nicchi, a mafioso who is jailed for life. He is considered to be the current reggente (regent) of the Pagliarelli mandamento, after the arrest of his godfather Antonio Rotolo on 20 June 2006, two months after the arrest of Mafia boss Bernardo Provenzano. Authorities issued 52 arrest warrants against the top echelon of Cosa Nostra in the city of Palermo (Operation Gotha). Nicchi escaped arrest.

When Rotolo was arrested on 20 June 2006, the Lo Piccolos went after Nicchi. They ordered Francesco Franzese, boss of the Partanna Mondello Mafia family, to find and kill him. However, Franzese was arrested on 2 August 2007. On a pizzino found at Franzese's house, Sandro Lo Piccolo ordered the killing of 'Tiramisù', the name that was given to indicate Nicchi. Apparently, Nicchi had fled to Milan and escaped a hit team organized by Franzese.

2004

Despite his age, other mafiosi treated Nicchi with respect. The pentito Francesco Campanella recalled when he was introduced to Nicchi by Nicola Mandalà, Mafia boss of Villabate, in 2004. "He treated him with high esteem," Campanella noticed, and Mandalà told him: "you don't realise who that is, even though they call him 'u picciutteddu." Campanella understood that the young man was already regarded as an important figure in Cosa Nostra.

1981

Giovanni "Gianni" Nicchi (Italian pronunciation: [dʒoˈvanni ˈdʒanni ˈnikki] ; born 16 February 1981 in Turin) is a member of the Sicilian Mafia. Despite his young age – he is nicknamed 'u picciutteddu ("the little boy") – he is considered to be one of the leading mafiosi of Cosa Nostra in Palermo. He was on the "most wanted list" of the Italian ministry of the Interior since 2006, until his arrest on 5 December 2009.

1980

Rotolo was worried about the return of members of the Inzerillo family to Palermo and fell out with rival boss Salvatore Lo Piccolo over a request from the Inzerillos to be allowed to return to Palermo. The Inzerillo family had been one of the clans that was decimated by the Corleonesi during the Second Mafia War in the 1980s and had been forced into exile in the United States with their relatives in the New York City-based Gambino crime family. Rotolo had been part of the Mafia clans that had attacked the Inzerillo clan and had personally killed one of them. He was opposed to Lo Piccolo’s permission for the return of the Inzerillos, fearing revenge.