Security forces are anxious that any other illegal operators do not acquire the same level of influence and power as the Paca family, many of whom are now facing possible jail sentences. Central government delegate Ramon Socias said yesterday: We have to be vigilant because the disappearance of the clan has left a gap in the criminal world that others will be keen to fill. The Son Banya case, named after the Palma district where the Paca family operated, is due to be heard next week at a court in the capital. Accusations range from money laundering, holding people against their will, to grevious bodily harm, torture, bribery, and perjury.
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