|born on||5 January 1948 at 09:10 (= 09:10 AM )|
|Place||Cinisi, Italy, 38n09, 13e06|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||13°54' 06°38 Asc. 13°12'|
Italian socialist and broadcaster. Raised in a Sicilian Mafia ambiance, he gravitated toward Tano Badalementi. As a youth, he rebelled against his dad and Badalementi and began to take a public position against the Mafia, first in the free press and then on radio. On 9/19/1977, his dad died in a mysterious accident and then Peppino was killed on 5/09/1978. For many years his death was passed off as a suicide until 2001, when a tribunal recognized that they were dealing with a Mafia crime.
Director Marco Tullio Giordana made a film based on Peppino's life, "The Hundred Steps," starring actor Luigi Lo Cascio, and it was nominated for an Oscar in 2002.
- associate relationship with Badalementi, Gaetano (born 14 September 1923)
- role played of/by Lo Cascio, Luigi (born 20 October 1967)
- Death by Homicide 9 May 1978 (Mysteriously killed, age 30)
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- Social : Great Publicity 2002 (Film nominated for an Oscar)
Bordoni quotes B.C, Datanotizie No.41 1/2001
- Passions : Criminal Victim : Homicide victim (Mysteriously killed)
- Vocation : Entertainment : Radio/ D.J./ Announcer (Broadcaster)
- Vocation : Politics : Activist/ social (Socialist)