When Doing Business in Italy Means a Box of Bullets in the MailBy and
Insurer says Italian broker stole data and paid off abitrator
Filing tells tale of private eyes and undercover operations
The box arrived at his home in Italy and, when he opened it, the insurance executive was chilled by its contents: nine bullets, one each for him, his wife and their seven children. Sent by "persons unknown," the package is one of the more lurid elements of an international saga of private eyes, secret recordings and claims of bribery.
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