Crime: More Trouble for Fat Tony

More Trouble for "Fat Tony"

Anthony (Fat Tony) Salerno may have thought the news could not get any worse, but life -- and the law -- had a surprise in store. Two weeks ago a federal jury found Salerno and seven other mobsters guilty of directing racketeering operations of the Mafia. Last week federal prosecutors in New York City unsealed a September indictment naming Salerno, 75, who heads the Genovese crime family, and three associates as co-conspirators in fixing the election of Jackie Presser as head of the powerful International Brotherhood of Teamsters in 1983. Whether or not Salerno is found guilty of these latest charges,...

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