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THEY DON’T SLEEP WITH THE FISHES…YET

The Mafia is still alive… and still bustin’ kneecaps

THE PANHANDLER was really pissing Pasquale Parrello off, so he told his underlings to take care of the guy. The alleged mob boss didn’t appreciate that the man was harassing women in the parking lot near his Bronx restaurant, Pasquale’s Rigoletto, so he ordered one of his soldiers to “break his knees.”

FLASH MOB: Members of the Gambino crime family getting a free ride downtown in 2008; the recent sweep by the feds picked up members of four of the five Cosa Nostra families.
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