Friday, April 27, 2012

Transcripts Show Reputed New England Mob Boss' Violent Streak

Milton J. Valencia at the Boston Globe reports on the prosecutor's arguments that the reputed New England Cosa Nostra crime family boss has a propensity for violence and should be denied bail.

The man owed him money, tens of thousands of dollars for the purchase of his cheese shop in the North End, and Anthony DiNunzio was furious and wanted to send a message.

“So I grabbed him,’’ DiNunzio, the reputed boss of the New England Mafia, allegedly told an associate last December.

“Twenty-five [thousand dollars] comes to me.’’
DiNunzio’s associate, a senior member of the Gambino family, was sympathetic. And he responded, “He’s going to pay the twenty-five.’’
“Oh, yeah,’’ DiNunzio said, laughing and insinuating that if the payment wasn’t made, “I’ll kill him.’’

You can read the rest of the story via the below link:

You can also read the U.S. Justice Department's release on the DiNunzio case via the below link: 

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