Riina was jailed for Mafia association.
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The Mafia stronghold of Corleone has produced another godfather saga, but this one is unlikely to end up as a movie. A bishop in Sicily is contesting a parish priest's decision to allow the son of Italy's most notorious mobster to become his niece's godfather during a baptism in December.Archbishop Michele Pennisi was quoted Thursday by the news agency ANSA as saying that neither he nor the Vatican hierarchy had been informed of the Corleone priest's plans to allow Giuseppe Salvatore "Salvo" Riina – the son of Salvatore "Toto" Riina – to become a godfather in the Catholic Church.
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