Italian police arrest the country's most wanted man, the head of the Sicilian Mafia. Bernardo Provenzano, who took over the Sicilian mafia in 1993, was found at a farm near Corleone in Sicily. Police had sought his arrest for four decades. Robert Siegel talks with Leoluca Orlando, former mayor of Palermo.
For 43 years, Provenzano eluded police, having been sentenced in absentia to life in prison. He was found in a farmhouse near his hometown. Provenzano, 73, is called the "Boss of Bosses" in the Sicilian crime syndicate.