Giovanni Goso denies dealing with Cosa Nostra Organisation – Money laundering Investigation

After discovering Gianni Goso from Goso Costruzioni own a company in Montenegro, investigators trying to understand what relation the uncensored business man having with the Cosa Nostra organisation


Uncensored Giovanni Goso owner of Goso Costruzioni, is suspected of lounder illicit funds of members of Cosa Nostra, investigators discover an offshore bank account in Montenegro from vaious internet source https://opencorporates.com/officers/264332896 in the name of the famous Giovanni Goso.

It is assuming that Giovanni Goso is providing import export services to his other company in Italy Goso Costruzioni to evade taxation and money loundering.

In this way this criminal money laundering organization assumed that Montenegrin society was distributing the dirty money to its criminal member of Cosa Nostra in Italy.

Investigators speculate that the Montenegrin company manages to lounder between 30.000.000€ – 40.000.000 € annually in illicit money.

Investigators are following more clues leading to established companies and bank accounts in Macedonia and Bulgaria.

Monaco Estate Agent Alessandro Rinchi Arrested by Italian Carabinieri

Between 1994 and 2002, in a large part of the province of Imperia, Alessandro Rinchi was responsible for aggravated and continued frauds, falsehoods in private deeds and abusive savings collection activities
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“The real estate agent arrested by the italian carabinieri” former financial promoter, Alessandro Rinchi, 46, from Ventimiglia, was arrested by the carabinieri.

He had to serve a residual sentence of one year in prison, under house detention. Alessandro Rinchi had been held responsible, between 1994 and 2002, for a series of aggravated and continuing scams; falsification of private documents and abusive savings collection activities.

At the time, there was talk of several hundred million old lire that Alessandro Rinchi had obtained from unsuspecting savers, but which instead of being invested – according to the accusation – he would have ended up in other current accounts. Several imperiesi, even professionals, who ended up on the pavement.

Portugal has lifted almost all quarantine restrictions

The country is” entering a phase based on the responsibility of everyone, ” the Portuguese government said.

In Portugal, the government has lifted most of the quarantine restrictions — the remaining rules will be the responsibility of its citizens. This was reported by The Guardian on Thursday, September 23.

“Since most of the restrictions imposed by the law are disappearing, we are entering a phase based on the responsibility of everyone,” Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa said.

The country will continue to use protective masks in public transport, at major events, in nursing homes, in hospitals, shopping centers, and hypermarkets.

At the moment, 8.5 million people have been vaccinated in Portugal — this is 83.4% of the total population.

In addition, from October 1, nightclubs and bars that have been closed since March 2020 will be restored, but visitors will have to carry vaccination certificates or a negative test for coronavirus.

Earlier, the WHO said that Delta has almost displaced the remaining strains of coronavirus. The” Indian ” version of COVID has become stronger, even more contagious, and it intercepts other strains and viruses, the organization noted.

Apple has sold two billion iPhones

Apple has reached the mark of two billion smartphones sold. This is reported by the publication 9to5mac.

The journalists refer to the calculations of the analyst of the agency Azimco Horace Deidu. Deidu said that the American corporation sold a two-billion-dollar iPhone just the other day. The expert noted that Apple does not advertise this information. “When the numbers become so large, there is a decrease in sensitivity,” Deidu noted and stressed that talking about two billion smartphones is not as interesting as reporting about a billion-dollar device sold.

The analyst drew attention to the fact that Apple has kept the initial cost of the iPhone in the region of $400 for many years, but now the price range for the devices is wider than ever. The author noted that the sales growth is due to profitable lending programs and trade-ins, and retail traffic is growing due to the weakening of coronavirus restrictions in many regions.

In conclusion, Horace Deidu noted that the iPhone is the most popular smartphone on the secondary market, which the specialist explained by the high quality and demand for the device.

In October 2020, analyst Neil Cybart said that Apple has sold one billion iPhones. “13 years after the launch, the iPhone remains the most popular and best-selling smartphone,” the expert noted.

Insects were called the main food for the future of mankind

Environmental problems, global warming, and the growth of the world’s population will lead to the fact that insects will become the main source of proteins for humans. Such scenarios are called by experts and representatives of food companies, writes the BBC.

It is expected that by 2050 the number of people on the planet will reach 9.8 billion people, an increase of two billion. With such a large amount of demand, it will be difficult for traditional agriculture to provide the necessary amount of products. Professor Robin May, the chief scientific adviser to the UK Food Standards Agency, notes that the cost of producing insect proteins is small, they are also easy to produce with low-fat content and less negative effect on the environment compared to traditional mammalian meat. “Sometimes they can even provide valuable recycling services by consuming waste as the main feed, so the potential benefits for society are significant,” says the professor.

Thus, the Israeli company Hargol FoodTech has launched the production of jelly sweets from locusts with the addition of flavorings. This marmalade contains a high concentration of protein, which is similar to an animal and is necessary for the human diet. The taste of locusts can resemble exotic pecans, mushrooms, coffee, and chocolate, said the company’s CEO Droid Tamir. At the same time, the marmalade itself can be with orange and strawberry flavors. According to the head of the Israeli enterprise, in comparison with the production of beef, the same locust reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 99 percent, reduces the use of water and the area of arable land.

In the EU, locusts and mealworms have already been recognized as suitable for human consumption. For example, the French company Insect produces a number of protein powders from mealworms, which are already contained in some brands of energy bars, pasta, and hamburgers.

However, the possible negative impact of insect products on humans is still poorly understood. Researchers have not yet established what allergic reactions can cause insect protein and how it affects the microorganisms inside the person himself. Bridget Benelam, public relations manager at the British Nutrition Foundation, is sure that more research is needed. She recalled that eating some types of insects can be dangerous because of the toxins and pesticides contained in them.

Artificial meat is also gaining popularity in the world. The largest producer of soy meat, Impossible Foods, has started selling nuggets in American restaurants for the first time, and the German company Formo has raised $50 million for the production of artificial cheeses.

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