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| Enrico Mattei |
(businessman, deep state operative)
|Born||29 April 1906|
|Died||27 October 1962 (Age 56)|
Cause of death
|Interest of||Giovanni Allavena|
Chairman of ENI, the Italian state oil company which had challenged the oligopoly of the Seven Sisters. He died in a suspicious plane crash in 1962.
Enrico Mattei was head of ENI, the Italian state oil company which had challenged the oligopoly of the Seven Sisters. He died in a suspicious plane crash in 1962.
Mattei died in a plane crash in 1962, likely caused by a bomb in the plane. The death of Mattei was the subject of an award-winning film The Mattei Affair by Francesco Rosi in 1972.
Mattei was one of the founders of the Italian stay-behind Gladio network. Also the ones who guarded his corpse after the plane crash were part of Gladio.
A journalist, Mauro de Mauro, who was investigating the case, disappeared without trace in 1970.
- ↑ Francesco Cossiga, La Versione di K (2009), page 44
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