Monday and Tuesday New York's two tabloids, The Daily News and The Post, each reported on the order signed by Judge Edward Korman, reducing former Col...
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On September 8th I sent a 14 page letter with 26 attachments to Judge Susan C. Bucklew at the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, ...
A tough, imprisoned-for-life Queens gangster who was a defense witness for John (Junior) Gotti last fall was savagely killed by a fellow inmate at a federal prison in Pennsylvania last week.
Gotti IV was a total disaster for the feds. But they sure had John (Junior) Gotti fooled. The mob prince was utterly convinced that he was going to be found guilty.
In a mind-boggling turn of events, Sammy "Bull" Gravano is one of three mob turncoats that the onetime Junior Don may call to rebut testimony that that he supervised the murder of a Gambino mobster.
Unless the feds stumble across some new and disturbing behavior on the part of Junior Gotti, last week's mistrial should be the final racketeering prosecution against the embattled mob prince.
"John Gotti Jr. was my boss," Alite said as he told of his all-out devotion to his mob boss and the good life they had during a decade long crime spree that began in the early 1980s.
And in the seventh week, the fourth trial of John Gotti Jr. became a farce. It happened on the day that the defense began its case.
The number one Mafia story of the year was the Gotti IV mistrial -- the fourth in five years for mob prince Junior Gotti, the late John Gotti's handpicked successor as boss of the Gambinos.
Since he began talking to the FBI in 2007, law enforcement sources say Alite has fingered more than a dozen men in blue for crimes ranging from bookmaking to murder.
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