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Vincennes I thought you would like this one.

Feds are renewing their fight against the Chicago Mafia

Taking down the Chicago Mafia is once again a top priority for the Feds according to Jeffrey Sallet the newly installed head of the FBI in Chicago. In a recent interview, the new Special Agent In Charge said “The Chicago Outfit? We haven’t forgotten about you,” pledging to refocus the fight against organized crime. The last major mafia case in Chicago happened over a decade ago but Sallet says the Chicago Outfit is still a force and cannot be overlooked. 

Read more: http://aboutthemafia.com/feds-are-renewing-their-fight-against-the-chicago-mafia

 

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1 hour ago, BrooklynGuy said:

Vincennes I thought you would like this one.

Feds are renewing their fight against the Chicago Mafia

Taking down the Chicago Mafia is once again a top priority for the Feds according to Jeffrey Sallet the newly installed head of the FBI in Chicago. In a recent interview, the new Special Agent In Charge said “The Chicago Outfit? We haven’t forgotten about you,” pledging to refocus the fight against organized crime. The last major mafia case in Chicago happened over a decade ago but Sallet says the Chicago Outfit is still a force and cannot be overlooked. 

Read more: http://aboutthemafia.com/feds-are-renewing-their-fight-against-the-chicago-mafia

 

You know everything about the mafia, don't you.  Who was the guy that got his throat slit at the barbers?  Was that Anastasia?

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11 hours ago, Black Red Devil said:

You know everything about the mafia, don't you.  Who was the guy that got his throat slit at the barbers?  Was that Anastasia?

Thanks for the post and the Question Black Red Devil. I know little about the mafia compared to the Feds and serious researchers who spend a lot of time and energy looking into organized crime that by nature is very secretive. I know Anastasia was shot 11 times in the barber shop most likely by Carmine Persico, the current Boss of the Colombo crime family, and Joey Gallo. 

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New Mob Talk is out:

 

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John Travolta’s ‘Gotti’ biopic pulled from schedule 10 days before release

Lionsgate’s “Gotti” mob drama is sleeping with the fishes. The production company has pulled the John Travolta biopic about the infamous mobster from its schedule and sold it back to Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films just 10 days before its planned release, according to Tracking Board. The movie was planned to be released Dec. 15, but is unlikely to meet that deadline. “Gotti” also stars Travolta’s wife Kelly Preston as Victoria Gotti and Stacy Keach as Gotti’s mentor.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/john-travolta-gotti-biopic-pulled-schedule-article-1.3679738

 

NJ Transit quietly writes big check to family of reputed mobster

Expenses from a tunnel project that was canceled seven years ago continue to haunt NJ Transit, which this year wrote a $6.13 million check to the family of a reputed mobster for land the agency wanted for the doomed project. The settlement ended a seven year battle with the family of longtime North Jersey garbage magnate and Township of Washington resident Carmine "Papa Smurf" Franco over the value of a triangular piece of land that NJ Transit condemned for the ARC tunnel project canceled by Gov. Chris Christie in October 2010.

Read more: http://www.nj.com/traffic/index.ssf/2017/12/nj_transit_quietly_writes_big_check_to_family_of_reputed_mobster.html#incart_river_mobileshort_home

 

Prosecutors ditch effort to prove mobster Vincent Asaro tried having federal prosecutor killed

Brooklyn prosecutors say they're no longer trying to prove an aging gangster was planning a hit on a federal agent — but they still want the judge to throw the book at the wiseguy. Lawyers acknowledged they're having doubts about the reliability of a jailhouse snitch, and that's made them ditch efforts to show Vincent Asaro was plotting to rub out a federal prosecutor. They didn't elaborate Monday on what they've learned about the confidential source, but noted the tipster's information "was corroborated in significant part."

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/prosecutors-ditch-effort-prove-vincent-asaro-murder-plot-article-1.3678969

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I'm sure most everyone saw this article.  True not all of them hold Italian mafia credentials but it still interested me that a few of the old names still made the list.  

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/the-20-richest-criminals-of-all-time/ss-BBGj18R?ocid=spartanntp#image=1

Al's $100,000,000. in 1932 would be worth over a billion today = $1,653,643,835.62 

Depending on what year they calculated Lucky's $105,000,000 in 1929 would be $1,482,477,192.98 but I'm thinking his numbers probably came from sometime in the 40's but using 1945 it would still be something like $1,424,177,528.09.  Quite a bit when you think about the fact they didn't really have the cocaine and heroin trade boosting their weekly paychecks  

 

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fighting with my computer to complete calculations LOL
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22 hours ago, Vincennes said:

I'm sure most everyone saw this article.  True not all of them hold Italian mafia credentials but it still interested me that a few of the old names still made the list.  

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/the-20-richest-criminals-of-all-time/ss-BBGj18R?ocid=spartanntp#image=1

Al's $100,000,000. in 1932 would be worth over a billion today = $1,653,643,835.62 

Depending on what year they calculated Lucky's $105,000,000 in 1929 would be $1,482,477,192.98 but I'm thinking his numbers probably came from sometime in the 40's but using 1945 it would still be something like $1,424,177,528.09.  Quite a bit when you think about the fact they didn't really have the cocaine and heroin trade boosting their weekly paychecks  

 

Thanks for the link Vincennes. I was surprised to see Frank Lucas and Nicky Barnes on there but drugs are a money maker. I think Lucas had some kind of arrangement with the Italians can't remember for sure though.

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PHILLY MOB FIGURE GEORGE BORGESI BUILDING PROFILE, POWER BASE BACK UP IN RECENT YEARS

George (Georgie Boy) Borgesi, a seasoned mob heavyweight in Philadelphia, has had a hectic, yet productive last four years or so. When he came out of prison in early 2014, he was on the outs with Bruno-Scarfo crime family leaders and allegedly skating on thin ice. Now, he’s back in the inner circle, according to sources, and presumably positioning himself quite nicely for the future, the thin ice from four years ago turning into what appears to be concrete footing.

Read more: http://gangsterreport.com/by-george-i-think-you-got-it-philly-mob-figure-george-borgesi-building-profile-powerbase-back-up-in-recent-years/

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NJ Orders ‘Sopranos’ Strip Club Owners to Surrender Liquor Licenses After 'Flouting' Law for Years

Authorities say the family that owns a New Jersey strip club where fictional mobsters hung out in “The Sopranos” has been defying state law for years and must hand over its liquor licenses. The Satin Dolls in Lodi, which served as the fictional “Bada Bing” club in the popular HBO crime drama, has until Dec. 17 to stop providing entertainment and must sell or transfer its liquor license by Jan. 3, Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced Thursday. State authorities have ordered A.J.’s Gentleman’s Club in Secaucus to do the same. 

Read more: https://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Sopranos-Strip-Club-Bada-Bing-Satin-Dolls-New-Jersey-462590043.html

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Gotti Jr. thinks upcoming biopic on dad is too violent

Junior Gotti has a reel beef with the upcoming movie about his murderous mob boss dad: “Way too much violence.” “When Hollywood sees a mob movie it has to be a bucket of blood, not family,” the godfather’s son told The Post. “If Hollywood gets the movie 70 percent correct, I’ll be thrilled.” Still, the Mafia scion said John Travolta, who stars in “Gotti” as the infamous Gambino crime family boss, “acted the sh-t out of the film.” while John Gotti Jr. hasn’t seen the final cut of the beleaguered biopic, whose Dec. 15 release was indefinitely postponed last week, he was on the set for nine of the 27 days of shooting.

Read more: https://nypost.com/2017/12/09/gotti-jr-thinks-upcoming-biopic-on-dad-is-too-violent/

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5 hours ago, BrooklynGuy said:

Gotti Jr. thinks upcoming biopic on dad is too violent

Junior Gotti has a reel beef with the upcoming movie about his murderous mob boss dad: “Way too much violence.” “When Hollywood sees a mob movie it has to be a bucket of blood, not family,” the godfather’s son told The Post. “If Hollywood gets the movie 70 percent correct, I’ll be thrilled.” Still, the Mafia scion said John Travolta, who stars in “Gotti” as the infamous Gambino crime family boss, “acted the sh-t out of the film.” while John Gotti Jr. hasn’t seen the final cut of the beleaguered biopic, whose Dec. 15 release was indefinitely postponed last week, he was on the set for nine of the 27 days of shooting.

Read more: https://nypost.com/2017/12/09/gotti-jr-thinks-upcoming-biopic-on-dad-is-too-violent/

“If Hollywood gets the movie 70 percent correct, I’ll be thrilled.”  I've posted regarding this family before and their egos.  However, this one just about sends me over the top.   He'll be thrilled if they get what 70% right, the part about their illegal activities, the killings that aren't filled with buckets of blood or the part about his own drug dealing history ?  Each time I read something about these jerks, I get more upset with TLC, which used to be "The Learning Channel," promoting them and their lifestyle in their "Growing Up Gotti" reality TV series.  

Disgusting.  

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17 hours ago, Vincennes said:

“If Hollywood gets the movie 70 percent correct, I’ll be thrilled.”  I've posted regarding this family before and their egos.  However, this one just about sends me over the top.   He'll be thrilled if they get what 70% right, the part about their illegal activities, the killings that aren't filled with buckets of blood or the part about his own drug dealing history ?  Each time I read something about these jerks, I get more upset with TLC, which used to be "The Learning Channel," promoting them and their lifestyle in their "Growing Up Gotti" reality TV series.  

Disgusting.  

Yes I agree Vincennes, the Gotti's aren't going to win any good neighbor awards. Despite his claims of being "out of that life" my guess is with his Uncle Peter Gotti still being the Official Boss of the family and his Uncle Gene getting out of prison soon we will eventually see this family back in the headlines and they won't be winning the good citizen award. :lol:

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Seven Long Island mobsters hit with racketeering conspiracy, gambling and obstruction charges 

Several Long Island mobsters were busted Tuesday on a host of criminal charges including loan sharking, drug dealing and running illegal casinos, authorities said. Federal prosecutors unveiled a 13-count indictment charging six members and associates of the Gambino organized crime family, and a member of the Bonanno organized crime family with racketeering conspiracy, illegal gambling and obstruction of justice. The charges against the seven men include alleged criminal activity on Long Island and in Brooklyn that took place between January 2014 and December 2017, officials said.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/long-island-mobsters-hit-host-charges-article-1.3693717

Feds Press Releasehttps://www.justice.gov/usao-edny/pr/seven-members-and-associates-gambino-and-bonanno-crime-families-indicted-racketeering

 

THAT'S LIFE: A look at Frank Sinatra’s most famous shenanigans

Francis Albert Sinatra, aka Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, was arguably the single most influential musical artists to emerge from the World War II era. Born into an Italian family in Hoboken, New Jersey, Sinatra grew into wild success at a young age. From provocative Vegas tomfoolery to bizarre mafia affiliations, we flashback to some of the icons most famous shenanigans from his early days. 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/frank-sinatra-famous-shenanigans-gallery-1.2921649?pmSlide=1.2921640

 

New mafia turncoat set to testify at trial of Philly mafia boss Joey Merlino

The upcoming racketeering trial of alleged Philadelphia mafia boss Joseph (Skinny Joey) Merlino and Genovese crime family capo Eugene (Rooster) Onofrio got a little more interesting with the feds set to add another mafia rat into the fold. According to a new report from Ganglandnews, the feds plan to have former Bonanno crime family capo Peter (Pug) Lovagliotake the stand and testify against both mobsters. Lovaglio will team up with mob snitch John (J.R.) Rubeo who taped multiple conversations with various gangster associated with the East Coast La Cosa Nostra Enterprise case. 

Read more: http://aboutthemafia.com/new-mafia-turncoat-set-to-testify-at-trial-of-philly-mafia-boss-joey-merlino

 

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Highlights of tow company operator's recordings from Springfield mob trial, day 1

More than a year after the arrests of five men charged with extortion and other crimes, one defendant has taken his case to trial, exposing rarely seen dealings of the reputed local arm of the Genovese crime family. That is expected to be a week-long trial kicked off Tuesday in U.S. District Court with Richard Valentini, 52, of East Longmeadow, as the last man standing. Co-defendants Ralph Santaniello, Giovanni "Johnny Cal" Calabrese, Francesco "Frank" Depergola and Gerald Daniele have cut plea deals in the case and await sentencing. The first day of opening statements and testimony featured dueling arguments.

Read more: http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2017/12/highlights_from_tow_company_op.html

 

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Springfield Mob Trial Day Two: 

On day 2 of testimony in mob extortion trial, jurors hear more recordings victim made on land in Hampden

The 2013 version of the "Springfield Crew" was not fond of pushback from its extortion targets. According to testimony in an ongoing trial in U.S. District Court, tow company operator Craig J. Morel wavered between compliance and resistance under the direction of Massachusetts State Police in the autumn of that year, while also squirming under the thumb of a "new crew" of mobsters. Standing trial for conspiracy and extortion is Richard Valentini, one of four men charged in an alleged shakedown of Morel, owner of CJ's Towing Unlimited. Three co-defendants in the case -- Ralph Santaniello, the onetime leader of the local faction of the New York-based Genovese crime family; Giovanni "Johnny Cal" Calabrese; and Francesco "Frank" Depergola -- have pleaded guilty and are awaiting sentencing.

Read more: http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2017/12/day_2_of_testimony_in_mob_exto.html#incart_river_index_topics

 

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The New Mob Talk is Out:

 

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Look back on the crime-filled life of New York mobster John Gotti 25 years after he was sentenced to life in prison

In 1962, John Gotti married 17-year-old Victoria DiGiorgio as they were already expecting their second child. They are pictured here at the wedding of their son John Gotti Jr. (top c.) and his wife Kimberly Albanese (bottom c.) along with their other son Peter (top l.) and daughter Angel (bottom l.). Although John Gotti tried his hand at a few legitimate jobs for the sake of his family, he eventually found himself back in the mob. 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/23-years-john-gotti-life-sentence-gallery-1.2268434?pmSlide=1.2268416

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Springfield Mob Trial Day Three: 

Tow company operator testifying in extortion trial: Mobster said kickbacks were intended for city officials. 

Testifying in an ongoing federal extortion trial, Craig J. Morel told jurors he was first approached for kickbacks by a local mobster when he bought a towing company in 2000. With the company, he inherited an exclusive towing and storage pact with the city of Springfield, the flagship contract for his then-young business, C.J.'s Towing Unlimited. Morel testified that Frank Depergola, a family friend and longtime fixture in the Springfield rackets, quickly approached him and told him he was obligated to pay kickbacks to city officials to retain the contract.

Read more: http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2017/12/tow_company_operator_testifyin.html

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On 02/12/2017 at 10:43 AM, BrooklynGuy said:

I know Anastasia was shot 11 times in the barber shop most likely by Carmine Persico, the current Boss of the Colombo crime family, and Joey Gallo. 

It was actually most likely Stephen Grammauta, Arnold Wittenberg and future Consiglieri Joseph Armone's brother Stephen (who was the imprisoned Joseph's replacement i believe); three heroin dealers. There's a Gangland News article where Jerry Capeci lays it out but i cancelled my subscription and don't remember the specifics, if you have it yourself this article has the link for it - https://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/10/08/answers-about-the-new-york-mafia/?scp=2&sq=Stephen Armone&st=cse 

It makes no sense that Persico and Gallo did it and there's no evidence for it, i think it came from an informant who was with Persico when he was on the run from his Commission Case indictment, he said Persico said it. It's possible Persico didn't say it or maybe he did and he was lying i dunno but it just doesn't make sense at all. I think the reason people prefer that explanation to the Armone brother one is that it's a future boss and one of the most famous gangsters of the 20th Century, it's more Hollywood but a lot less likely for several reasons. The only thing that gives it a slight bit of credence is Carlo Gambino along with Tommy Lucchese would fund the Gallo's when they started their war against the Colombo leadership a few years later, but then there's a number of things that go against that too. For one the war wouldn't start for another four years and from the evidence available it seems like Gambino and Lucchese got involved after it started meaning there's no evidence of a prior relationship; particularly in 1957 when Persico and Gallo were 24 and 25 respectively. There's also the fact that there's no evidence that Gambino had a hand in Anastasia's murder, again it seems like something every one wants to believe since Gambino has been built up as such a legendary figure similiar to Luciano. The evidence seems to point towards Armand Rava and Johnny Robilotto being the main forces behind Anastasia's murder both of whom would be murdered in the next two years. Gambino didn't even become Boss right away going by the FBI Files that are available, he had the most clout in the family due to his support from a lot of powerful members including Joe Biondo (an Anastasia loyalist going back two decades which again points away from Gambino since he supported him following Alberts death, it would make more sense if he went with Rava and Robilotto) so he took over as de facto boss but it wasn't until around 1960 when he was officially recognized as boss. These are just a few reasons it's highly unlikely it was Persico and Gallo not to mention obvious stuff like they weren't part of the Gambino Family and there's no known connection with them and the Gambino's until four years later and that just seems like Carlo and Tommy taking the opportunity to displace Profaci/Magliocco when a rebellion started.
 

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Piney I thought you might like this one

Book explores the lives of the notorious New Jersey mobsters not named Tony Soprano

They were the gangs that could shoot straight. And they did, leaving a trail of bodies splayed across New Jersey and New York. In “Garden State Gangland: The Rise of the Mob in New Jersey,” author Scott Deitche details the Jersey mob long before Tony Soprano drove off Exit 13 on the Turnpike, the Big Apple in his rear view. Like so many commuters, a few of these tough guys lived in Jersey but worked in the city — including the head of New York's mighty Genovese family, Vito, owner of a home in Atlantic Highlands.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/book-explores-lives-jersey-mobsters-not-named-tony-soprano-article-1.3704416

 

 

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Mr. Undercover details life of Ron Fino, son of Mafia capo who became an international undercover operative

Ronald Fino’s life sounds like a mix of The Godfather and James Bond. As the son of a Mafia capo, Fino ultimately decided the mob was not for him. Instead, he became an undercover operative for the FBI and CIA, traveling the world and cleaning up crime and corruption wherever he went. His story is now told in the upcoming documentary Mr. Undercover. View the trailer of Mr. Undercover at the bottom of this page.

Read more: http://gangstersinc.ning.com/profiles/blogs/mr-undercover-details-life-of-ron-fino-son-of-mafia-capo-who-beca?xg_source=msg_mes_network

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The Five Families of New York: How the Mafia divides the city: Part One

Frank Gioia Jr. joined the powerful Lucchese Crime Family in 1991. During a ceremony in a Queens, New York, basement, Gioia took the blood oath of omertà, or silence, about criminal activity. The Lucchese Family is one of the notorious “five families” of the Italian-American Mafia, each with its own territory, set up to control criminal activities in New York City. Gioia became a “made man” during one of the most violent periods in the Lucchese family’s history. After his arrest in 1993, Gioia agreed to turn state’s evidence.

 

Read more: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-investigations/2017/10/31/five-families-new-york-how-mafia-divides-city/777899001/

 

FIVE YEARS SINCE ILL-CONCEIVED GINO DIPIETRO MOB HIT IN PHILLY, ONE PERPETRATOR LOCKED UP, ANOTHER STILL AT LARGE

Philadelphia mafia associate, convicted felon and former government informant Gino DiPietro was killed gangland style five years ago this week. On the late afternoon of December 12, 2012, just blocks away from where Bruno-Scarfo crime family leaders stood trial for racketeering, DiPietro was slain as he got into his pickup truck across the street from his South Philly residence. Most of the mob administrators on trial eventually walked away from the case unscathed. DiPietro obviously wasn’t so lucky. The Di Pietro murder was the most recent mob hit from the City of Brotherly Love and without question one of the most poorly executed gangland slayings in recent memory.

Read more: http://gangsterreport.com/five-years-since-ill-conceived-gino-dipietro-mob-hit-in-philly-one-perpetrator-locked-up-another-still-at-large/

 

Richard Valentini guilty of extortion, conspiracy in 'Springfield Crew' organized crime case

Jurors in a federal organized crime trial Monday found East Longmeadow resident Richard Valentini guilty of conspiracy and extortion in connection with an attempted shake down of a city tow company operator. Valentini was one of four alleged members of the "Springfield Crew" -- a local organized crime faction affiliated with the New York-based Genovese crime family -- arrested on Aug. 4, 2016. The men were accused of trying to squeeze $20,000 out of Craig J. Morel, owner of CJ's Towing Unlimited. 

Read more: http://www.masslive.com/news/index.ssf/2017/12/verdict_in_richard_valentini_e.html

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The Five Families of New York: How the Mafia divides the city: PART TWO

Frank Gioia Jr. was 24 years old and about to be “straightened out” by the mob. He remembered the date like a birthday: Oct. 2, 1991. It happened at a house in Queens. He knocked on the door and was told to wait in a room with four other guys. They were called down to the basement one by one. Gioia went last. They waited for him around a poker table. Soldiers, captains, ranking members of the notorious Lucchese crime syndicate, one of the five ruling families of the New York Mafia.

Read more: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-investigations/2017/10/31/frank-capri-new-york-mafia-phoenix-made-man/748964001/

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The Five Families of New York: How the Mafia divides the city: Part 3

Who protects the public from protected witnesses?

The Federal Witness Protection Program is designed to ensure government witnesses, who are mostly career criminals, remain safe before, during and after their testimony. From that standpoint, its track record is perfect. No active participant ever has been harmed or killed, according to the U.S. Marshals Service, which oversees and manages the program. But is the public protected from protected witnesses? Associates of Arizona businessman Frank Capri would tell you no. Capri made deals with developers across the country who had no clue he once was Frank Gioia Jr., a “made man” in the New York Mafia, a Republic investigation shows. 

Read more: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-investigations/2017/10/31/witness-protection-program-who-protects-public/748986001/

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Mobster Frank ‘Bobo’ Marrapese dies in R.I. prison

Feared mobster Frank “Bobo” Marrapese, a convicted killer and former member of the Patriarca crime family in Providence, died Friday morning while serving time in Rhode Island for his role in an illegal gambling ring. State Police Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Philbin confirmed the passing of the 74-year-old gangster in a brief phone interview. Marrapese died at Rhode Island Hospital, according to Susan Perez, a spokeswoman for the state Department of Corrections.

Read more: https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/12/22/mobster-and-convicted-kiler-frank-bobo-marrapese-dies-rhode-island-prison/BGqlsQGGSWRlRkSIAo809M/story.html

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