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Aug 16 - new york.......9 mob a*sociates charged with racketeering and other crimes
 

 
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Nine members and a*sociates of organized crime families -- including a Nassau County detective -- were charged Tuesday on racketeering, illegal gambling and other charges, federal prosecutors said.


According to court filings, members of the Genovese and Bonanno organized crime families operated a number of illegal gambling operations in New York City and Long Island


"The defendants tried to hide their criminal activity by operating from behind the cover of a coffee bar, a soccer club, and a shoe repair shop, but our Office and our law enforcement partners exposed their illegal operations," United States Attorney Breon Peace said in a Tuesday statement.

Nine members and a*sociates of organized crime families — including a Nassau County detective — were charged Tuesday on racketeering, illegal gambling and other charges, federal prosecutors announced, in an organized crime racket reminiscent of the Mafia’s heyday.

According to court filings, members of the Genovese and Bonanno organized crime families operated a number of illegal gambling operations in New York City and Long Island. Beginning in at least May 2012, the Genovese and Bonanno families jointly operated a lucrative illegal gambling operation in a café located in the Nassau County town of Lynbrook, prosecutors alleged.

The Genovese crime family also operated illegal gambling locations at a shoe repair site, an Italian social club and a soccer club. The profits from these locations were allegedly laundered through cash transfers to the accused and to the crime families’ leaders.

Additionally, the alleged acting captain in the Genovese crime family was also charged with operating an illegal online gambling scheme in which sports bets were placed on “PGWLines" -- a website he used to allegedly extort an individual who lost several thousand dollars in bets. Prosecutors alleged that in an October 2019, he instructed another individual to relay a new message to a delinquent debtor: “Tell him I’m going to put him under the f------g bridge.”

Nicknames of the defendants included “Joe Fish," “Sal the Shoemaker" and “Joe Box."

While the heyday of organized crime is long past in New York — and many types of gambling that were once the exclusive domain of the Mafia are now legal in the state — Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly said the indictments were proof that "organized crime is alive and well in our communities.”


She said the Genovese and Bonanno organized crime families were alleged to have operated secret underground gambling parlors for a decade in local businesses, "generating substantial amounts of money in back rooms while families unknowingly shopped and ate mere feet away."

Court filings in the case also allege that a detective with the Nassau County Police Department accepted money from the Bonanno crime family in exchange for arranging police raids of competing gambling locations. The detective, Hector Rosario, was charged with obstructing a grand jury investigation by federal prosecutors and lying to the FBI.

A lawyer for Rosario did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

“Today’s arrests of members from two La Cosa Nostra crime families demonstrate that the Mafia continues to pollute our communities with illegal gambling, extortion, and violence while using our financial system in service to their criminal schemes,” United States Attorney Breon Peace said in a Tuesday statement.

“The defendants tried to hide their criminal activity by operating from behind the cover of a coffee bar, a soccer club, and a shoe repair shop, but our Office and our law enforcement partners exposed their illegal operations. Even more disturbing is the shameful conduct of a detective who betrayed his oath of office and the honest men and women of the Nassau County Police Department when he allegedly aligned himself with criminals," Peace went on to say, calling the detective's alleged conduct “shameful."

Michael Driscoll, head of New York's FBI office, said members of the five organized crime families “demonstrate every day they are not averse to working together to further their illicit schemes, using the same tired methods to squeeze money from their victims.”

“Our active investigations show the Mafia refuses to learn from history," Driscoll added, “and accept that at some point they will face justice for their crimes.”
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 1 month ago '18        #2
ChrisPartlowFro 
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Breon Peace? You know that brother’s waves is spinning like Poseidon.
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 1 month ago '10        #3
Nautilus O  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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You gotta be a real degenerate to be gambling in the back of a shoe repair store

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 1 month ago '22        #4
92Felonies 
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Italians will not put that illegal sh*t down

These n*ggas have been in this sh*t for decades and should be legit by now

But they still keep doing mafia sh*t



Some cats just different
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 1 month ago '22        #5
92Felonies 
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 Nautilus O said
You gotta be a real degenerate to be gambling in the back of a shoe repair store

sh*t that’s always been their sh*t gambling in hole in the walls

And having their youngsters make store runs

Cats be out there molding lil mafia shooters and sh*t back in the day
In ya pops was on his milk route

Italians gonna find some place to gamble in a random spot
It’s beautiful thing to be honest
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 1 month ago '05        #6
Muggz  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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really bruh? a shoe repair shop? like who gonna be going there.

this some departed sh*t tho, mob kid joins the police force and becomes a detective
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 1 month ago '16        #7
smokeytheblunt2 
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gambling busts involving Carmine Polito………
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 1 month ago '20        #8
nyctoneworleans  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x38
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 Nautilus O said
You gotta be a real degenerate to be gambling in the back of a shoe repair store




Sal the “shoemaker” is a big stepper lmao
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 1 month ago '07        #9
yola  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x83
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maybe the mob will someday learn about shell companies, over/under invoicing and offshore banking

when you really look close, the mob be some of the weakest and dumbest criminals out there

but the fairy tale remains
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 1 month ago '18        #10
MrPersonality  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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 92Felonies said
Italians will not put that illegal sh*t down

These n*ggas have been in this sh*t for decades and should be legit by now

But they still keep doing mafia sh*t



Some cats just different
They prolly getting away with 99% of the sh*t... a throwaway case every once in a while
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 1 month ago '04        #11
patt24 
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Coffee house in Lynbrook HAS to be Gran Caffe.

 1 month ago '17        #12
1Oh 
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 92Felonies said
sh*t that’s always been their sh*t gambling in hole in the walls

And having their youngsters make store runs

Cats be out there molding lil mafia shooters and sh*t back in the day
In ya pops was on his milk route

Italians gonna find some place to gamble in a random spot
It’s beautiful thing to be honest
Yep. And they may not always be a*sociated with mobsters, but gambling holes is pretty damn common. Alot of these random gas stations in the south got backrooms to play slots, bingo, raffles, poker.

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 1 month ago '22        #13
92Felonies 
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 1Oh said
Yep. And they may not always be a*sociated with mobsters, but gambling holes is pretty damn common. Alot of these random gas stations in the south got backrooms to play slots, bingo, raffles, poker.

As they should

Folks should be able to do what they please with their money

Big brother wanna take your money then tell to how to spend it to
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 1 month ago '21        #14
BigChiefLA  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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 yola said
maybe the mob will someday learn about shell companies, over/under invoicing and offshore banking

when you really look close, the mob be some of the weakest and dumbest criminals out there

butthe fairy tale remains
Yep. Plus the image from tv or movies is this clever thug who has morals and live by a code

And they haters

Court filings in the case also allege that a detective with the Nassau County Police Department accepted money from the Bonanno crime family in exchange for arranging police raids of competing gambling locations. The detective, Hector Rosario, was charged with obstructing a grand jury investigation
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 1 month ago '13        #15
PCDubya 
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 Nautilus O said
You gotta be a real degenerate to be gambling in the back of a shoe repair store

Better then paying tax to whichever state you're playing in.

 1 month ago '10        #16
M2CEO  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 92Felonies said
Italians will not put that illegal sh*t down

These n*ggas have been in this sh*t for decades and should be legit by now

But they still keep doing mafia sh*t



Some cats just different
more money doing underground sh*t.

 1 month ago '22        #17
92Felonies 
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 M2CEO said
more money doing underground sh*t.
Always

 1 month ago '22        #18
92Felonies 
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 BigChiefLA said
Yep. Plus the image from tv or movies is this clever thug who has morals and live by a code

And they haters

Court filings in the case also allege that a detective with the Nassau County Police Department accepted money from the Bonanno crime family in exchange for arranging police raids of competing gambling locations. The detective, Hector Rosario, was charged with obstructing a grand jury investigation
Well they have a few smart guys making the calls and shots

But most people all they need is direction and a bit of motivation
To do things

That’s why a lot of sh*t has been getting done in the light and dark

It’s amazing what we can do if we believe in a common cause

 1 month ago '04        #19
badboy600  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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My brother somehow got into one of these NY mob poker games a couple years ago. He said everything was top notch and ran very smoothly.

 1 month ago '22        #20
F144 
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New York takes another L

 1 month ago '17        #21
Skrr 
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 92Felonies said
Italians will not put that illegal sh*t down

These n*ggas have been in this sh*t for decades and should be legit by now

But they still keep doing mafia sh*t



Some cats just different
fr surprised they didn't just make a betting app

 1 month ago '22        #22
92Felonies 
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 Skrr said
fr surprised they didn't just make a betting app
They probably have money in it

I wouldn’t put it past them gambling is in their blood at this point

From the streets to the hole in the walls to the casinos
I’m sure their silent partners in a lot of sh*t



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