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    NY & FL - 44 Named* in Organized Crime Indictment - 4 Aug 2016

    NY & FL - 44 Named* in Organized Crime Indictment - 4 Aug 2016

    Thursday, August 4th: CBS WDJT TV:

    http://www.cbs58.com/story/32685913/...nabbed-by-feds
    &
    * https://cbsnewyork.files.wordpress.c...-15-cr-522.pdf

    [44 are named in the 32 Page Indictment]:

    Alberti, Reynold
    Allen, Laurence Keith

    Bagon, Craig
    Balsamo, Ralph
    Barbone, Frank

    Camacho, Agostino
    Camisa, Anthony
    Capolongo, Pasquale
    Casablanca, Vincent
    Cassano, Paul
    Cassetta, Anthony
    Cirello, Anthony
    Conigliaro, Alex

    Depalma, Anthony
    Depergola, Francesco
    Devito, Nicholas
    Dimarco, Joseph

    Falco, Joseph
    Fusco, Mitchell

    Gallo, Carmine

    Ianniello, Conrad

    Lacava, Richard
    Lembo, John

    Maiorino, Pasquale
    Marino, Daniel
    Merlino, Joseph
    Minuto, Mario

    O'Norfio, Eugene

    Parrello, Pasquale
    Poli, Michael

    Santaniello, Ralph
    Spirito, John

    Teriacciano, Vincent
    Thomas, Harold
    Thomas, Vincent
    Tognino, John
    Tomanelli, Joseph
    Torres, Israel
    Trapini, Frank

    Vazzano, Anthony
    Vuolo, Nicholas

    Wedra, Bradford

    Zinzi, Anthony


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    Last edited by Richrd; 08-04-2016 at 02:02 PM.

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    46 Named* in Organized Crime Indictment - 4 Aug 2016

    NY & FL - 46 Named* in Organized Crime Indictment - 4 Aug 2016

    Thursday, August 4th: CBS WDJT TV:

    http://www.cbs58.com/story/32685913/...nabbed-by-feds
    &
    * https://cbsnewyork.files.wordpress.c...-15-cr-522.pdf:

    [A 32 Page Indictment]:

    Alberti, Reynold
    Allen, Laurence Keith

    Bagon, Craig
    Balsamo, Ralph
    Barbone, Frank

    Camacho, Agostino
    Camisa, Anthony
    Capolongo, Pasquale
    Casablanca, Vincent
    Cassano, Paul
    Cassetta, Anthony
    Cirillo, Anthony
    Conigliaro, Alex

    Depalma, Anthony
    Depergola, Francesco
    Devito, Nicholas
    Dimarco, Joseph

    Falco, Joseph
    Fusco, Mitchell

    Gallo, Carmine

    Ianniello, Conrad

    Kreisberg, Wayne

    Lacava, Richard
    Lembo, John

    Maiorino, Pasquale
    Maiuzzo, Mark
    Marino, Daniel
    Merlino, Joseph
    Minuto, Marco

    O'Nofrio, Eugene

    Parrello, Pasquale
    Poli, Michael

    Santaniello, Ralph
    Sirkin, Bradley
    Spirito, John

    Terracciano, Vincent
    Thomas, Harold
    Thomas, Vincent
    Tognino, John
    Tomanelli, Joseph
    Torres, Israel
    Trapani, Frank

    Vazzano, Anthony
    Vuolo, Nicholas

    Wedra, Bradford

    Zinzi, Anthony



    Last edited by Richrd; 08-04-2016 at 02:47 PM. Reason: Six Errors, & Two Additions

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    In a 32-page indictment that revealed the Mafia is still hanging around even after decades of arrests and long prison sentences, federal prosecutors charged 46 members and associates of five La Cosa Nostra crime families for a sprawling criminal enterprise with operations from Massachusetts to Florida. The long list of crimes includes assault, gun trafficking, loan-sharking and health care fraud, while the defendants’ nicknames—like Tony the Cripple, Rooster and Tugboat—evoke the bygone era of mob movies like The Godfather or Goodfellas.
    Federal agents arrested alleged gangsters from four out of the five New York crime families, busting members of the Genovese, Gambino, Lucchese and Bonanno clans, plus Joey Merlino, the reputed head of the Philadelphia mob, along with made members and associates in Massachusetts, New Jersey, Florida and Costa Rica, federal prosecutors said.
    Richard Mangan, a criminal justice professor at Florida Atlantic University and former Drug Enforcement Administration agent, tells Newsweek he was surprised to see such a large bust targeting La Cosa Nostra, as opposed to more active Russian or Mexican organized crime operations. “It may be twilight, but it’s not nighttime,” he says of the Italian mob. “There wouldn’t be an indictment like this if there wasn’t significant crime. I’m going to use this indictment in my course.”
    http://www.newsweek.com/mafia-mob-la...ors_picks=true



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