posted on Apr, 25 2005 @ 09:24 PM
Nearly a dozen mobsters were indicted on Monday on what weighs out to be more than a murder and a half each. Authorities were, as is typical with
this type of idicment, very tight lipped about where they got the evidence for indicement. Authorities in three states have collected up all but two
of those charged in what they have dubbed "Operation Family Values." The two remaining at large are considered fugitives.
CHICAGO (AP) - Eleven reputed Chicago mob figures were indicted Monday on charges of plotting at least 18 murders, including the 1986 hit on the
crime organization's top man in Las Vegas, Tony "The Ant" Spilotro, who was buried in a cornfield.
Prosecutors described the racketeering indictment as one of the most far reaching in the history of Chicago. They would not comment on how or where
they got the evidence that led to the charges.
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The authorities won't say a word. Imagine that. They have busted up a huge section of the Chicago mob, and are going to make us wait for the movie.
At least they had a bit of a sense of humor... "Operation Family Values"
I, for one, think it was Henry Hill that turned them in. He's probably gotten pretty bored with his life since leaving the Witness Protection
Program and becoming a dopehead. He just needs a little bit of excitement in his now adrenaline-deprived life. Afterall, what happened with his
coc aine and meth charges?
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