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La Repubblica daily noted his favourite nephew Giovanni Grizzaffi, who had been named by Riina as a possible successor, was not present at the burial.As the burial took place, Facebook was forced to apologize after removing messages of condolences that flowed in after his death last week.His coffin is pictured above The family buried him in a private ceremony that underscored the complicated mourning process for families of mafiosi.Pictured above, Riina's wife Ninetta Bagarella and his son Salvo at the cemetery in Corleone Nicknamed 'The Beast' because of his cruelty, Riina was was laid to rest in the family tomb, which sits near the graves of other famed mobster chiefs.Pictured above, mourners at Riina's funeral Her husband Antonino Tony Ciavarello posted an article on Facebook in Italian that roughly translates as 'Facebook apologizes to the family of the boss for removing messages of condolence from social media platform.'More condolence posts were written on the back of him posting the article including one friend writing: 'Goodbye Uncle Toto, you're going to the angels.'Mafia experts have warned there may be a power struggle now within the organised crime group.Multi-murderer playboy Messina Denaro, one of the world's most-wanted men, is seen by many as Riina's natural heir but has been on the run since 1993.Pictured above, Riina's wife Ninetta Bagarella and his son Salvo are escorted as they leave the cemetery after the funeral in Corleone Just a few metres from Riina's last resting place lies Bernardo Provenzano - known as 'the Tractor' for the way he mowed his victims down - and volatile and vain boss Luciano Leggio, who was a young Riina's mentor.
A Facebook spokesperson said these posts of condolences on the feed of Riina's son-in-law were removed in error.
The cemetery was closed to the press amid a heavy police presence.
Riina's son Giovanni, who is serving time in jail for four murders, was not given permission to attend.
Pictured above, the van carrying Toto Riina's coffin disembarks at Palermo harbour The Church had refused to give the man dubbed 'U Curtu' ('Shorty') - who led a reign of terror for almost 20 years after taking control of the Cosa Nostra in the 1970s - a public funeral.
Pictured above, the van carrying Toto Riina's coffin disembarks at Palermo harbour The cemetery was closed to the press amid a heavy police presence.
She blasted Facebook writing: 'The background picture of my fb profile does not want to be a mobster message where the silence, but the request to respect this personal moment of pain!