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A Canadian murder. 'Buffalo's crime family.' Is the Mafia still around?

Across the border, journalists covering mob killings in Hamilton, Ont., and the shooting last week of a reputed Mafia leader in Mississauga don't think twice about mentioning the mob in Buffalo. Scattered throughout their stories are references to "Buffalo's crime family" and the role it might have played in the rash of Mafia violence sweeping southern Ontario. The reports have left some in Buffalo wondering: What crime family? Just two years ago, the FBI all but proclaimed the Mafia in Buffalo dead, indicating it no longer had an active presence in the region.

Read more: https://buffalonews.com/2019/04/30/in-canada-the-buffalo-mob-is-viewed-as-alive-and-well/

 

Wh!tey Bulger’s former warden thinks gangster ‘wanted to die’

Wh!tey Bulger was ready to die. That’s according to the former warden of the Florida prison where the 89-year-old crime boss was housed before being shipped off to a West Virginia lockup — where the Boston gangster was found bludgeoned to death less than 12 hours later, NBC News reported Monday. “Quite frankly, I think he wanted to die,” said Charles Lockett, the former warden of Coleman II, a high-security penitentiary in Sumterville. “I think whatever issues he had, he had come to peace with them.”

Read more: https://nypost.com/2019/04/29/******-bulgers-former-warden-thinks-gangster-wanted-to-die/

 

Organized crime has a long history at the Jersey Shore

The arrest Saturday in New Jersey of a 24-year-old man who was charged with murder in the slaying of reputed Gambino family boss Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali, is just the latest link between the Jersey Shore and organized crime. Mobsters have had a long love affair with the Shore, dating back to Prohibition days. Middletown's Deep Cut Park was once the estate of mob boss Vito Genovese, who bought it in 1935; it burned down in 1937. Genovese later relocated to Atlantic Highlands, where he lived from 1949 to 1959, when he went to prison.

Read more: https://www.yahoo.com/news/organized-crime-long-history-jersey-150154973.html

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Shooting of Mob Boss Pat Musitano the latest in a deadly string of mob-related violence

A sunny spring morning and a Mississauga law office parking lot became the setting of the most high profile, mob-related hit Hamilton and the GTA have seen in years. Pat Musitano, reputed scion of the Hamilton crime family that shares his name, was shot Thursday after reportedly leaving a meeting with his lawyer. He was rushed to a Toronto trauma centre and police said Friday that he remains in life-threatening condition. The attack is a direct blow to the once-mighty Musitano family and follows years of underworld turmoil that experts and investigators say has recently boiled over in Hamilton and other areas of the GTA, leading to a spate of killings.

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/shooting-of-pat-musitano-the-latest-in-a-deadly-string-of-mob-related-violence-1.5111046

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Nick Bosa is the great-grandson of a legendary Chicago mobster

Nick Bosa’s great-grandfather was a different type of hit man. The former Ohio State defensive end comes from a family of NFL players. His brother Joey is a defensive end and former first-round pick for the Los Angeles Chargers. And Bosa’s father and uncle were both first-round draft picks who played three years each in the NFL. But Bosa’s great-grandfather, Tony Accardo, made a name for himself in a more violent way — as a notorious Chicago mafioso.

Read more: https://nypost.com/2019/04/24/nick-bosa-is-the-great-grandson-of-a-legendary-chicago-mobster/

 

Montreal mobster Salvatore Scoppa assassinated

Salvatore Scoppa an influential member of the Montreal mafia was shot to death at the Sheraton Laval Hotel according to reports. It’s uncertain as to how many times he was shot or where but multiple sources reported that he was killed. The police confirmed that shots were fired in the area but could not confirm any other reports at this time. Scoppa had been targeted before by rival mobsters but somehow survived although it seems his luck has finally run out. Salvatore and his brother Andrew Scoppa controlled a powerful Calabrian mob clan and had emerged as key players in the Mafia in Montreal during the bloody Montreal mafia war which dismantled the once powerful Rizzuto crime family.  

Read more: https://aboutthemafia.com/montreal-mobster-salvatore-scoppa-assassinated

 

Feds’ case against reputed mobster Philip Narducci hinges on S. Philly barber with alleged ties to Mideast terror group

Is any job title more likely to provoke knee-jerk mistrust from a jury than “former Mafia hit man”? Lawyers for Philip Narducci — reputed former gangland executioner, more recent restaurateur, and current defendant in a federal loan-sharking prosecution — think they’ve found one: “Middle Eastern terrorist.” In an unusual twist in an otherwise old-school mob case, Narducci’s lawyers hope to affix that label to their client’s chief accuser — a man whom they revealed last month to be a South Philadelphia barber, longtime FBI informant, and Lebanese national once found by a judge to have lied about his association with a group tied to the Iran-backed, anti-Israel terror group Hezbollah.

Read more: https://www.philly.com/news/philip-narducci-philadelphia-mob-mafia-chicks-extortion--20190330.html

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While La Cosa Nostra no longer reigns supreme over organized crime, the mob is far from vanquished. 

It would have been easy until a few weeks ago to assume Italian-American mobsters were extinct, and that's exactly how Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali liked it. Investigators say Cali ran the Gambino crime family like a "ghost," conducting business strictly in person to avoid wiretaps, and insisting that his underlings do the same. Yet Cali, 53, was splashed on covers of New York City tabloids in March after being shot six times outside his Staten Island home. It was the first murder of a mob boss since 1985, when Gambino head Paul Castellano was gunned down outside Sparks Steak House in midtown Manhattan by three trench coat–wearing men under orders from John Gotti, who watched the cinematic rubout from a car across the street.

Read more: https://theweek.com/articles/835970/mafia-today

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Bulger mystery: Why has this inmate spent 6 months in solitary?

In the hours after infamous Boston mob boss James "Wh!tey" Bulger was found murdered inside a West Virginia prison, a group of inmates were whisked to solitary confinement. Six months later, at least one of them is still there: a Vermont man who pleaded guilty to stealing guns from a local firearms store to trade for drugs. Sean McKinnon, 33, has been confined to a cell for roughly 23 hours a day since last October — a fate that has his mother worried sick over the toll on his mental health.

Read more: https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/******-bulger-mystery-why-has-this-inmate-spent-6-months-in-solitary/ar-AAAVCWC?ocid=spartanntp

 

Police sting revealed plans for gangland hits on Musitano family

Just months after Angelo Musitano was gunned down in his driveway, a fellow convicted mobster was caught on tape musing that Musitano's brother, Pat, would be next. He was right. Pat Musitano was shot several times in front of his lawyer's office in Mississauga late last week. Peel Regional Police confirmed Monday morning that the 51-year-old is still alive in a Toronto-area hospital and in critical condition. Information about the fate of the Musitano brothers is included in court transcriptions of conversations recorded by a paid police agent as part of the case against Domenico and Giuseppe (Joey) Violi.

Read more:  https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/musitano-court-documents-1.5115426

 

Son of mob boss Vincent Gigante enters surprise guilty plea in union shakedown case, forced to surrender $3.8M, facing 30 months in prison

The love child of late mob boss Vincent “Chin” Gigante, in a surprise plea deal, confessed to following dad into the family business. Vincent Esposito, 51, after pleading guilty Wednesday to racketeering conspiracy, faces up to 30 months in prison and a $3.8 million cash forfeiture for his role in a long-running Mafia shakedown of local unions. The offspring of the infamous Genovese family leader showed no emotion at the Manhattan Federal Court hearing where he became the second son of the bathrobe-wearing boss to face jail time.

Read more: https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-gigante-son-plea-20190410-3khfllmihve4dgkl2yc42ady7q-story.html

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I can't believe that mobsters are so slow to evolve in the USA :D Here we are electing criminals by majority votes for over two decades now. Hmm, ''Mafia lessons seminar'', we could open new branch of tourism here. 

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On ‎4‎/‎30‎/‎2019 at 8:31 AM, BrooklynGuy said:

A Canadian murder. 'Buffalo's crime family.' Is the Mafia still around?

Across the border, journalists covering mob killings in Hamilton, Ont., and the shooting last week of a reputed Mafia leader in Mississauga don't think twice about mentioning the mob in Buffalo. Scattered throughout their stories are references to "Buffalo's crime family" and the role it might have played in the rash of Mafia violence sweeping southern Ontario. The reports have left some in Buffalo wondering: What crime family? Just two years ago, the FBI all but proclaimed the Mafia in Buffalo dead, indicating it no longer had an active presence in the region.

Read more: https://buffalonews.com/2019/04/30/in-canada-the-buffalo-mob-is-viewed-as-alive-and-well/

 

It's interesting to see even in small market Buffalo there's still a lot of activity.

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On 5/15/2019 at 1:11 PM, Trelane said:

It's interesting to see even in small market Buffalo there's still a lot of activity.

Good post Trelane, it looks like Buffalo is making a come back of sorts through connection across the border in Hamilton and Toronto. 

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St. Pete hotels swear Babe Ruth and Al Capone were once guests. We settle the legends.

George Herman “Babe” Ruth Jr. came back to the Tampa Bay area year after year for spring training. While with the Boston Red Sox, he hit what was then his longest home run in Tampa in 1919. According to Hidden History of St. Petersburg by Will Michaels, the home run was the reason why St Pete mayor Al Lang pushed for the Yankees to train in St Pete. Lang wasn’t the only one happy to have Ruth around. “The city was seized by 'Ruthamania," wrote Michaels in The Making of St. Petersburg. "Babe Ruth look-alike contests were held. 

Read more: http://www.tampabay.com/florida/2019/05/07/st-pete-hotels-swear-babe-ruth-and-al-capone-were-once-guests-we-settle-the-legends/

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7 hours ago, BrooklynGuy said:

Good post Trelane, it looks like Buffalo is making a come back of sorts through connection across the border in Hamilton and Toronto. 

From what I understand it has been loosely connected to the new "Buffalo Billions" work projects and the awarding of contracts for those items. Even after all these years its still all about construction.

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It's the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" meets "The Sopranos."

A career criminal with past ties to the mob has been charged with beating up a former RHONJ cast member and her fiance after breaking into their home in 2017. James "Jimmy Balls" Mainello, 51, was arrested at his home in Bayonne on Friday nearly two years after the bizarre attack in which "an Italian guy with a North Jersey accent" told the pair: "This is what happens when you **** with people from Paterson." Monmouth County prosecutors said Mainello and another man were lying in wait inside the Banyan Boulevard home of David Cantin on May 13, 2017, when Cantin and Dina Manzo were bum-rushed by the two assailants as they walked through their front door.

Read more: https://nj1015.com/what-happens-when-you-f-with-paterson-arrest-in-rhonj-attack/

 

Contents of computer cell phones ‘essential’ to defense in mob-boss slay, says lawyer

The lawyer for the Eltingville man accused of slaying mob boss Francesco (Franky Boy) Cali outside the victim’s Hilltop Terrace home last month, said Wednesday that information on his client’s computer and cell phones could prove crucial to the case. “We want the guts of the electronic devices so we can begin our own analysis,” attorney Robert Gottlieb said during Anthony Comello’s arraignment in state Supreme Court, St. George, on murder and weapon-possession charges. “All of that information is essential to move this case forward.”

Read more: https://www.silive.com/news/2019/04/contents-of-computer-and-cell-phones-essential-to-defense-in-mob-boss-slay-says-lawyer.html

 

Tony Musitano, once a notorious Mafia boss with a string of convictions and a wicked sense of humour, dead at 72

Anthony Musitano, known to everyone as Tony, was walking through the dry cleaner he ran in Hamilton, Ont., lighting a cigarette as he passed stacked barrels of chemicals. “Should you be smoking here? Is that stuff flammable?” I asked. Musitano turned with a serious look and said: “I can make it burn, if you want.” The joke was that Musitano was once so notorious for a string of arson and bombings in a Mafia extortion plot that Hamilton city council passed a unanimous motion banning him from the city when he was released from prison. 

Read more: https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/tony-musitano-once-a-notorious-mafia-boss-with-a-string-of-convictions-and-a-wicked-sense-of-humour-dead-at-72

 

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Staten Island mob killer worried about being ‘marked’ after slaying boss

Anthony Comello knew he was a marked man as soon as he pulled the trigger. Within moments after gunning down Gambino crime boss Frank “Franky Boy" Cali outside his Staten Island home, the unhinged 24-year-old murder suspect frantically fired off a text, reading “I’m on the run.” “My family is marked,” he wrote, according to Staten Island prosecutors at a bail hearing for Comello Thursday. Comello has been indicted for the execution-style killing of Cali in front of his victim’s home on March 13. Police sources said that Comello was outraged that Cali demanded that his niece stop seeing the Staten Island resident.

Read more: https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-mob-killer-hearing-staten-island-20190509-uh6hoal2rbe5tf3lyjrgdh63cm-story.html

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6 hours ago, BrooklynGuy said:

Staten Island mob killer worried about being ‘marked’ after slaying boss

Anthony Comello knew he was a marked man as soon as he pulled the trigger. Within moments after gunning down Gambino crime boss Frank “Franky Boy" Cali outside his Staten Island home, the unhinged 24-year-old murder suspect frantically fired off a text, reading “I’m on the run.” “My family is marked,” he wrote, according to Staten Island prosecutors at a bail hearing for Comello Thursday. Comello has been indicted for the execution-style killing of Cali in front of his victim’s home on March 13. Police sources said that Comello was outraged that Cali demanded that his niece stop seeing the Staten Island resident.

Read more: https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-mob-killer-hearing-staten-island-20190509-uh6hoal2rbe5tf3lyjrgdh63cm-story.html

Did you notice the last line of the article.  As he was arrested someone noticed that he had "United We Stand" and "MAGA" inked on his hand.  Therefore, Trump and his supporters are most certainly involved in Mafia hits.  Let's not miss a chance at brainwashing.   

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On 5/25/2019 at 11:57 AM, Vincennes said:

Did you notice the last line of the article.  As he was arrested someone noticed that he had "United We Stand" and "MAGA" inked on his hand.  Therefore, Trump and his supporters are most certainly involved in Mafia hits.  Let's not miss a chance at brainwashing.   

Nice catch Vincennes and great post!! :yes: 

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Five Men Arrested for Schemes Linked to NJ Mob Family

Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced that five defendants pleaded guilty today in connection with criminal schemes that generated millions of dollars through illegal loansharking, unlicensed check cashing, gambling, and money laundering. The schemes were linked to the New York-based Genovese organized crime family. The defendants were indicted in “Operation Fistful,” a joint investigation by the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice and the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor, conducted with assistance from the New York and Queens County District Attorneys’ Offices and other law enforcement agencies.

Read more: https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/five-men-arrested-schemes-linked-nj-mob-family

 

After hotel shooting, Laval police vow to crack down on organized crime

A week after a brazen hotel shooting, Laval police say they are doubling down on efforts to fight organized crime on their territory. Children were among those present when a gunman opened fire in a busy part of Laval's Sheraton Hotel last Saturday night. Laval police chief Pierre Brochet called the public nature of the crime "unacceptable." "We can't accept these kinds of violent crimes," Brochet told CBC Montreal's Daybreak. "There were hundreds of people there. We were really lucky that nobody else was shot."

Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/laval-hotel-shooting-police-respond-1.5133430

 

Ex-Bonanno consigliere Anthony Graziano, dad of ‘Mob Wives’ star, dead at 78

Former “Mob Wives” star Renee Graziano announced on Instagram that her father — Staten Island-based Bonanno consigliere Anthony Graziano — is dead at 78. “Life will never be the same without you, my hero, my protector, my rock, my dad and the best man in the world,” she posted. She added in a later Instagram post, “You might not get everything you ask for in life but as long as you have a family you have EVERYTHING (sic) you need .. God keep TG in line lol and tell him he raised 3 strong women, s–t were (sic) alot (sic) stronger then most of the men so we got this.”

Read more: https://nypost.com/2019/05/25/ex-bonanno-consigliere-anthony-graziano-dad-of-mob-wives-star-dead-at-78/

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‘American Gangster’ Frank Lucas dies in N.J. at age of 88

Frank Lucas, the drug trafficking kingpin whose life was portrayed in the hit movie “American Gangster,” died Thursday night at the age of 88 in New Jersey. Lucas’ death was confirmed by his nephew Aldwan Lassiter, who said his uncle died of natural causes. Lucas became notorious in the drug world after his mentor Ellsworth “Bumpy” Johnson died in 1968. He began importing pure heroin from Southeast Asia and sold large quantities of the drug in Harlem and Newark.

Read more: https://www.nj.com/news/2019/05/american-gangster-frank-lucas-reportedly-dies-in-nj-at-age-of-88.html

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Reputed Lucchese soldier from Staten Island nicknamed ‘Boobsie’ found guilty

A Staten Island man and reputed soldier in the Lucchese organized crime family was found guilty Friday in connection with his role in an illegal gambling operation. After a two-week trial, Eugene (Boobsie) Castelle, 59, was convicted in Manhattan federal court of one count of conducting an illegal gambling business and one count of racketeering conspiracy. He was acquitted on a count of attempted extortion. Public records indicate he lives in Annandale.

Read more: https://www.silive.com/news/2019/05/reputed-lucchese-soldier-from-staten-island-nicknamed-boobsie-found-guilty.html

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Lucheses leadership changed hands in bloodless coup orchestrated from prison

The leadership of one of New York’s Five Families, the Lucheses, changed hands thanks to a bloodless coup orchestrated from prison, mob-trial testimony revealed this week. Imprisoned-for-life Mafia boss Vittorio “Vic” Amuso sent a coded letter from jail to longtime underboss Steven “Stevie Wonder” Crea in 2017. The message: Brooklyn-based Luchese wiseguy Michael “Big Mike” DeSantis was to take the reins of acting boss from Bronx-based Matthew “Matty” Madonna.

Read more: https://nypost.com/2019/05/30/lucheses-leadership-changed-hands-in-bloodless-coup-orchestrated-from-prison/

 

Meth-dealing La Cosa Nostra mobster admits staging N.J. pawnshop robbery for insurance money

A member of Philadelphia’s La Cosa Nostra organized crime family admitted Tuesday he staged a robbery of a New Jersey pawnshop and check cashing business nearly five years ago so the owner could collect insurance money. Salvatore “Sam” Piccolo, 67, of Atlantic City, also admitted he sold nearly a half-pound of methamphetamine to an undercover FBI agent, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for New Jersey said in a statement. Piccolo faces up to 10 years in federal prison on both the wire fraud and drug distribution charges when he is sentenced July 18 in federal court in Camden.

Read more: https://www.nj.com/news/2019/04/meth-dealing-la-cosa-nostra-mobster-admits-staging-nj-pawnshop-robbery-for-insurance-money.html

 

Six things to know about the shooting of Hamilton mobster Pat Musitano

What is Pat Musitano's position in the traditional organized crime world? Pat Musitano is the boss of the Musitano crime family, inheriting control of the family business when his father, Dominic Musitano, died in 1995. The Musitanos are one of the original mafia families that vied for control of Hamilton. However, their current strength and position remains unclear amid violence across the GTA that includes shootings and murders. Why was Pat Musitano in a parking lot on Matheson Boulevard East in Mississauga at 7 a.m.?

Read more: https://www.thespec.com/news-story/9303139-six-things-to-know-about-the-shooting-of-hamilton-mobster-pat-musitano/

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Inside a secret Mafia initiation ritual in Staten Island basement

The Lucchese crime family established a strong presence on Staten Island over the years, with the Mafia clan holding a clandestine initiation ritual here and numerous members of its so-called Brooklyn crew operating on the borough, a mob snitch said last week. During detailed testimony in Manhattan federal court, John Pennisi, a family member turned FBI informant, explained to prosecutors how many of the family’s members migrated to Staten Island from Brooklyn, establishing a stronghold here.

Read more: https://www.silive.com/news/2019/06/how-luccheses-turned-staten-island-into-mob-stronghold-down-to-secret-initiation-ritual.html

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‘Wh!tey’ Bulger Wrote Letters Praising Trump to a Juror Who Convicted Him

Just months before he was bludgeoned to death in a West Virginia prison, notorious Boston mobster James “******” Bulger poured his heart out in a series of letters praising President Trump (he had his vote) and criticizing Robert Mueller, whom he said should be nicer. The 75 missives were sent to the most unusual of pen pals—a juror who helped to convict him of the 11 murders he carried out during the 1970s and 80s. Janet Uhlar, a nurse from Cape Cod, shared the letters and photos Bulger sent her with NBC News last week. 

Read more: https://www.yahoo.com/news/******-bugler-wrote-letters-praising-143425534.html

 

Mob lawyer-turned-rat is sentenced to time served

A former mob lawyer who turned canary against Bonanno crime-family boss Vincent “Vinny Gorgeous” Basciano was sentenced Friday to time served — three days — by the same judge Basciano once tried to have killed. Defendant Thomas Lee cried and hugged his attorney after Brooklyn federal court Justice Nicholas Garaufis handed down the sentence. “Good luck, and have a good life,” Garaufis told Lee, nearly 14 years after the defendant took the stand against Basciano to finger him for racketeering, including acts of murder, murder conspiracy, and solicitation of murder.

Read more: https://nypost.com/2019/05/17/mob-lawyer-turned-rat-is-sentenced-to-time-served-3-days/

 

STATE OF THE MOB UPDATE

https://www.thirteen.org/metrofocus/2019/05/mafia-comeback/

 

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New Mob Talk is out:

 

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Mafia Ties: Youngstown’s Mob history highlighted in upcoming show

Two men with Youngstown roots are putting together a show about the Mob in the city. The plan is that by late summer, it’ll be available on Amazon Prime. Downtown Youngstown is where 75 percent of the series titled “Mafia Ties” was taped. “I decided to start writing a story about when I was growing up and the things that I seen,” said John Wilson, the show’s creator from Youngstown. He started writing it three years ago. When he met Poland native James Weetman and learned he was interested in filmmaking, they teamed up for the series.

Read more: https://www.wkbn.com/news/local-news/mafia-ties-youngstowns-mob-history-highlighted-in-upcoming-show/

 

Wh!tey Bulger’s lover being transferred to Cape Cod

Catherine Greig, slain mobster James “******” Bulger’s lover while both were on the lam, is being moved to a halfway house on Cape Cod, one victim’s wife told the Herald. The federal Bureau of Prisons said Greig is being transferred from a lockup in Waseca, Minn., to “Barnstable County” on June 19 and electronic monitoring will be done in Bourne, a letter states. That notification was delivered to Mary Callahan, whose husband, John, was shot to death and left in the trunk of a car in a Miami airport in 1982 because he knew too much about Bulger’s gang. 

Read more: https://www.bostonherald.com/2019/06/05/******-bulgers-lover-being-transferred-to-cape-cod/

 

Here’s how a wiretap recorded a conversation talking about getting rid of Pat Musitano

 Someone wants Pasquale (Pat) Musitano dead — that much is clear. But why was the 51-year-old Hamilton mob boss, who remains in hospital with "life-threatening" injuries, shot outside his Mississauga lawyer's office early Thursday morning? The targeted shooting comes amid a string of Mafia hits, so perhaps the biggest question is: why now? Wire tap conversations recorded as part of the prosecution against Domenico (Dom) and Giuseppe (Joe) Violi revealing the plan to target the Musitano boss stretch back at least to the fall of 2017, months after the May 2 shooting death of Pat's younger brother, Angelo (Ang) Musitano, in Waterdown.

Read more: https://www.thespec.com/news-story/9304502-here-s-how-a-wiretap-recorded-a-conversation-talking-about-getting-rid-of-pat-musitano/ 

 

 

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