On 23 May 1992, the Cosa Nostra blew up the car in which the anti-Mafia judge Giovanni Falcone was traveling with 500 kg of TNT. His wife Francesca Morvillo and three escort agents died together with him. Eleven days earlier, yet another threatening note received by Falcone during a conference on drugs, organized in Rome by Adnkronos. A ‘pizzino’ with omens of death. Only a few days left to Attentatuni, the TNT for Capaci had already left when in the AdnKronos conference an anonymous hand reminded Falcone that his time was coming. One of the many threats that accompanied the life of the magistrate. One of the endless promises of death that had become more and more real since the failed Addaura attack three years earlier. But that paper was perhaps the last bit of death, the last warning before that roar gutted the highway killing with the judge and his wife and the three escort agents Antonio Montinaro, Vito Schifani and Rocco Dicillo.