The Times of Malta on 21st October reported that the sale of a high-end Ferrari earlier this year by the State’s criminal Asset Recovery Bureau (ARB) could turn into a costly mistake, after the original owner claimed the Attorney General had no right to confiscate and auction off his supercar. Italian national Davide Sapienza is also holding the Attorney General liable for letting his Ferrari 360 Modena slip away for a fraction of its actual value – it being sold by the ARB for €36,605 in August. Sapienza was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment by a Rome court, after originally being arrested in Malta in 2013 on drug trafficking charges.
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