” I apologize, forgive, to all the families of the victims, to whom I have created so much pain and so much sorrow ”. Black balaclava and dark glasses to hide his face ” for safety reasons ”, Giovanni Brusca asks for ” forgiveness ” in a 2016 interview with the French director-documentary maker Mosco Levi Boucault for the film ‘Corleone’, which he tells through interviews and archive footage the rise of Totò Riina to the top of Cosa Nostra. Brusca’s video statements are disseminated on the Corriere della Sera and della Stampa websites. ” I tried to give my contribution, as much as possible – adds the killer who operated the remote control for the Capaci massacre referring to his having become a collaborator of justice – and to give a minimum of explanation to the many who seek truth and justice. And I mainly apologize to my wife and my son who suffered and are paying indirectly for my life choices, first as a mafia and then as a collaborator of justice because, unfortunately, in our country those who collaborate with justice is always denigrated, despised. I believe, instead, that it is a very important choice of life, moral, judicial but above all human because it allows us to put an end to this, which I call Cosa Nostra, a chain and a factory of death, neither more nor less. A continuous agony ”.