A top Mafia figure dies in prison after a manslaughter investigation is launched.

According to reports, an autopsy has been ordered for Cosimo Di Lauro, who was discovered dead at the prison where he had been serving a life sentence since 2005.

An Italian mafia boss died in prison, prompting a manslaughter investigation.

Cosimo Di Lauro, 48, was sentenced to life in prison in Milan’s Opera prison and was known as one of the most ruthless and cold-hearted bosses in the Camorra mafia organization.

The organization is based in and around the Italian city of Naples, and its top don oversaw one of the biggest wars in Italian mafia history, resulting in the deaths of over 150 associates over an eight-month period.

The late Cosimo was dubbed The Designer Don for his taste in designer clothing, and the media dubbed him the Prince Regent for his flamboyant lifestyle.

According to report, an autopsy has been ordered for Cosimo, who was discovered dead at the prison where he had been serving a life sentence since 2005.

The crime boss was discovered dead in his cell on Monday morning. He was the son of infamous mafioso Paolo Di Lauro, who is currently serving a 30-year sentence for drug trafficking.

After Cosimo took over from his father, who was hiding from authorities, the Camorra family split up.

This resulted in a gruesome war between the family, which resulted in a number of deaths.

Don Murizio Patricello, a parish priest and anti-Camorra activist from Naples, wrote: “He is dead. Alone. After 17 years of adversity.

“He was still quite young. He died. “Without a saviour.”

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