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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: Sonny_Black] #877815
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Originally Posted By: Sonny_Black
Originally Posted By: SinatraClub
And do you know of anyone whom, as they describe, would have a "strong familial tie" to the Rizzutos aside from Leonardo?


I'm not sure whether those words are used to describe this person's relationship with Rizzuto. But I can't think of anyone else and you may very well be right.

Originally Posted By: dixiemafia
I was thinking Stefano Sollecito, but it's been a while since I read the book and don't remember the clean record part (not saying anyone is lying, I'm saying my memory sucks....lol)


Stefano was indicted in 2002 and served prison time.



You're right, I'm sorry. Here's the exact words from the passage:


"Police surveillance were startled in early 2014 to see Vito's last consigliere Rocco Sollecito making the rounds with a fresh face in the milieu. This man has a clean criminal record but enjoyed a tight, affectionate tie to Vito. Sollecito seemed bent on introducing him to everyone who was anyone in his world. As he made the rounds with Sollecito, the man carried himself with the utmost seriousness,as one might expect from the new boss of a major crime family."


Definitely sounds like they may have been describing a family member, like a son. And the police being startled part, may be in reference to them finding it very surprising that one like Leonardo were personally involving himself in his fathers criminal affairs.

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And I was wrong about the word newcomer, fresh face differs a little bit. Now that I've read it along with the fact that Leonardo has been identified as leader I think they're most likely referring to him. Their description also corresponds with my theory that Leonardo oversees his family's interests while Stefano is in charge of the street operations. It's an interesting solution but I don't think it will last.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #877879
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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/03/08/funerailles-du-mafieux-lorenzo-giordano-1
Translation Journal de Montreal Félix Séguin
FÉLIX SÉGUIN
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 3:01 p.m.
Update Tuesday, March 8, 2016 3:05 p.m.
One of the last men of honor at the Montreal Mafia may have been killed because he wanted to keep to himself much of the income of Italian organized crime. Sources consulted by our Bureau of Investigation believe that the hypothesis holds up.
Shortly before his release, on December 8, Lorenzo Giordano had been assigned 25% of the revenue of the "Book" of the Mafia.
This famous book is actually a notebook in which the accounting of paris illegal activities of the Mafia is registered. Normally, the person who owns the book harvest millions of dollars per year.
The book been so coveted that many criminals who controlled part were, too, murdered.
The loan shark Roger Valiquette and Tonino Callochia gangster suffered the same fate as Lorenzo Giordano in 2013 and 2014.
Lorenzo calm
"The Italians wanted to buy peace with Lorenzo just before his release from prison," said a police source.
"By giving him part of the book, Stefano Sollecito [interim ex-mafia godfather] thought they could calm him," she continues.
The problem, according to our sources, is that the mafia in power seems to have forgotten that the boiling Lorenzo Giordano and his cronies (Francesco Arcadi and Francesco Del Balso) had 100% of the famous "Book" before being arrested after operation Coliseum in 2006 and not the 25% lean that we wanted to give them.
Upon his release from prison, Giordano who resided in a Sherbrooke Street halfway house would have undertaken to regain control of what he had lost.
"If I try to do you a favor by giving you a quarter of something you already owned, you'll tell me what?" Asks a source.
The following
Several observers of the Montreal underworld world believe that future decisions of Rocco Sollecito, a faithful ally of the former godfather Vito Rizzuto, will be crucial to the survival of the Sicilian clan.
Since the imprisonment of his son Stefano, the veteran would have taken a more active role in the daily operations of the Mafia.
DISCREET HOMAGE, BUT UNDER STRICT SURVEILLANCE
Members of the Montreal Mafia discreetly attended Tuesday's funeral Lorenzo Giordano, celebrated one day week to the day after he was murdered in his car outside a gym in Laval.
According to our sources, no criminal was interest too publicly exhibit at the funeral of one of the men who could lead the Montreal Mafia.
Indeed, the event was scrutinized closely by the police who are trying to determine what new alliances that is about to form organized crime in Montreal.
At least three unmarked vehicles also housed police officers taking pictures of these criminals and note in a notebook the names of those who are not.
The criminals tried to be discreet so that several went into hiding at the funeral Loreto.
Entrance through the garage
Lot, Mario Sollecito (Stefano Sollecito brother) and Nic Spagnolo (alleged member of the mafia table) entered the sly by the interior garage of the funeral complex, owned by the Rizzuto family.
In the past, the police gave much importance to the fact that Italian criminals are exposed or not living Loreto.
"The fact that a murder victim is exposed in Loreto could give us an indication that she had not been awarded by the Rizzuto clan. But things have changed is not so clear now, "said a source familiar with the anti-mafia fight.
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At the end of the funeral, the body of 52 year old man was taken to the church of Mary Help of Rivieres-des-Prairies by a procession of ten cars, five limousines bearing flowers showers with the mentions "Zio" and "Papa".
No registration on bouquets seemed to suggest that they could come from prominent Sicilian families.

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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #877885
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So the brother of the street boss whose in jail with cancer showed up to the wake. I mean that would mean his brother had nothing to do with the hit or he'd probably be attacked at the wake by the guys kids or brother no?

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #877889
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I think not. They are brazen enough to attend anyway but it's just an opinion. Will see where all this leads up to.

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Originally Posted By: pmac
So the brother of the street boss whose in jail with cancer showed up to the wake. I mean that would mean his brother had nothing to do with the hit or he'd probably be attacked at the wake by the guys kids or brother no?


The wake was held at the Rizzuto owned Loreto funeral home, I believe, so it wouldn't be very surprising that Rizzuto affiliates would actually attend.

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There was an attempt on the life of Nino De Bartolomeis.

Link to French-language article:

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...-a-la-mafia.php

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Originally Posted By: antimafia
There was an attempt on the life of Nino De Bartolomeis.

Link to French-language article:

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...-a-la-mafia.php


Here's a link to an English-language article:

http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/man-shot-inside-home-in-riviere-des-prairies

Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #879694
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Always appreciate your contributions AM.


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Re: Why the mob war in Montreal may be far from over [Re: antimafia] #879702
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One newspaper article mentions Nino de Bartolomeis got shot eight to nine times in the upper body & was rushed to a hospital where he was placed in an induced coma to treat his injuries.
Wonder if he is going to make it alive ?

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The English article says he's in stable condition...And he's got a nice nickname. Lol

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Francesco Del Balso is unhappy with the protection afforded by the medium-security penitentiary he has been in. My guess is that he finds it too confining. <----(see what I did there?)

In all seriousness, he wants to be released.

Link to French-language article:

http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...-sa-liberte.php

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Should he get out of jail, it remains to see if he has enough muscle left to stay alive and mount an attack or will he get the same fate as his partner Giordano.

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I think he'll end up like Giordano. Wonder if Arcadi ends up the same way?

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"Montreal Mafia: After brief lull, blood is being spilled again"

http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-ne...g-spilled-again

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Thanks again anti!

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I think even Montreal and Canada OC reporters are just as much in the dark as we are and are also theorizing. And I don't think their will ever be another full fledged leader of the Montreal Mafia, not a one person head anyway. I think, which I think was also proven in the MAGOT And MASTIF investigation, that the leader(s) will be two guys or more, like a council like the Genovese had. And I think untile we hear otherwise from Law Enforcement Leonardo & Stefano are those guys.

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I agree on all of that Sinatra. We still don't know for sure who killed Giordano either. Is Arcadi going after Rizzuto/Sollecito? Is Rizztuo/Sollecito behind the murder attempt on Desjardins? If not, who is after them (since the RCMP claim someone had a hit on out on them)? We might not ever know. This seems to be the hardest family to crack period. No rats or nothing. So we might be guessing 10 years from now.

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Stating the obvious, these guys play for real. They make American cosa Nostra look silly. Straight shooters.

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It was Montagna who was behind the attempt on Desjardins. Either him or Tony Magi, possibly both working in collusion, which I think is the most likely scenario. As for the recent death threats and plots on Desjardins, according to the multiple law enforcement agencies whom conducted Project MAGOT & MASTIF, Mom Boucher was orchestrating that with the help of his daughter and Gregory Wooley.

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That's what I was talking about, the most recent "attempt". I agree it was easily Montagna on the first attempt.

BUT what has me is did Rizzuto/Sollecito go to Mom or did Mom act alone with Wooley? To me it doesn't seem they would go after Desjardins unless they had the ok from Rizzuto/Sollecito or they approached him first through Wooley or his daughter?

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https://reportca.net/2016/04/turmoil-in-the-montreal-mafia-its-explosive/

Latest article from ReportCa on the growing tensions in Canada outlining the alliance between the remaining Ruzzuto clan, Hells Angels, Gregory Woolley's gang with Loris Cavaliere acting as a conduit.

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That's the same exact article that Anti posted. Just a different website.

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http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/justic...lan-rizzuto.php

Another Rizzuto soldier/bodyguard to be released from jail in the fall.

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DANIEL RENAUD
La Presse April 2, 2016
Pompa Desiderio, considered by police as the one responsible for collecting money from sports bets for the Montreal Mafia, failed Wednesday to convince the commissioners to grant him parole.
Pompa, a 38 year old colossus, was arrested in possession of a weapon then charged that he was in his car in December 2010, a month after the assassination of the old godfather Nicolo Rizzuto.During an ensuing search at his home, investigators found other weapons, ammunition and money. In 2014, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to three years in prison.
Commissioners parole Wednesday Pompa confirmed that he was wearing a bulletproof vest and he was still armed in the period before his arrest because he feared for his life, he added. He said he agreed to keep a weapon that once belonged to a friend. The name of this friend does not appear in the commissioners' decision, but everything indicates that this is Ennio Bruni, then a faithful of Rizzuto killed he left the coffee Bellerose in Laval in September 2010 at the height of the coup attempt against the Sicilians. Police believe also that Pompa has since replaced Bruni in the new organizational chart of the Montreal Mafia.
MEALS FOR INSIDERS
Pompa Desiderio had a criminal record before this conviction. He denied being part of the Montreal Mafia, contrary to the assertions of intelligence reports.
Against the advice of Pompa release agent, the Commissioners refused to grant him parole. In particular, they raised the fact that during his incarceration, Pompa "had some influence in the penitentiary, it was observed directly under other influential members of the mafia and that he participated in meals where only members organized crime were invited. "
"The fact that you were constantly reinforced during your illegal activities demonstrates a propensity for violence and considerable danger to society. Even if you have not broken your requirements during your freedom on bail, the Commission believes that you have not changed your marginal values and delinquent since your arrest. Your crime is more serious than indicated by your record, "write the commissioners in a decision of five pages made on Wednesday night.
Although it has been a failure, Pompa will not have to wait very long for his freedom. His release is scheduled for the fall.

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That guy will be on the hit list. Do yourself a favor move to Florida.

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http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2016/04...aine-en-arizona
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ERIC THIBAULT
Friday, April 8, 2016 1:32 p.m.
Update Friday, April 8, 2016 1:32 p.m.
The Montreal mafioso Girolamo Del Balso likely spend the next four years in a penitentiary in Arizona, after being found guilty of possession of 50 kilos of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.
The man of 45 years - the younger brother of one of the leaders of the clan Rizzuto arrested and convicted following Operation Colisée November 2006, Francesco Del Balso - recorded the plea Wednesday in Superior Court of the County of Mohave , learned the Journal.
Less than two months after his arrest, he accepted a settlement offer that included a sentence of four years in prison, said to us the prosecutor, Mr. Mark Barlow.

Judge Steven Conn postponed the sentencing until next month to allow a probation officer to prepare a report assessing the Quebec detainee and whether the suggested sentence is appropriate. Del Balso is liable to a maximum penalty of five years in prison under his crime.
The charge of transporting or importing cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, which would carry a punishment three times more severe, was abandoned as a result of negotiations between the prosecution and defense.

Careless driving
February 17, Girolamo Del Balso was stopped on Interstate 40 by a state patrol to have stuck too closely another motorist.
Finding his behavior "suspicious", the "State Trooper" then requested assistance from the Kingman Police and its canine unit to search the Canadian vehicle.
The tracking dog police, a German shepherd named Amigo, quickly sensed the 50 kilos of white powder concealed inside a gym bag in the trunk of the car.
The value of the drug, estimated at US $ 3.7 million by the police, was most likely for the Canadian market, according to her.
Mafia destabilized
In police circles, they were astonished Girolamo Del Balso could serve as mere "mail" to carry such quantity of drugs, given the important role that played his older brother Francesco in the upper echelons of organized crime Italian.
The Montreal Mafia is currently destabilized. Its main alleged leaders - lawyer Leonardo Rizzuto, son of Vito Rizzuto, Sollecito and Stefano, the son of Rocco Sollecito, who was a staunch ally of the deceased godfather - have been held for a police raid in November 2015 was also the leader of the Hells Angels Salvatore Cazzetta, and a number of street gangs, Gregory Woolley.
Five days before his brother arrest,Francesco Del Balso was transferred in a halfway house, after more than nine years of incarceration.
But the murder of his friend and partner, the aspiring godfather Lorenzo Giordano, shot in the parking lot of a training center in Laval, March 1, prompted correctional authorities to bring the penitentiary in Drummondville to better ensure protection, fearing that the same fate.
Francesco Del Balso - who was a lieutenant of the former interim head of the Mafia, Francesco Arcadi - will soon be heard by the Superior Court hoping to overturn the suspension of his parole.
He had made about him during the Charbonneau Commission, whereas we had broadcast the recording of a telephone conversation in which Del Balso warned a contractor of Quebec not to return to ceramic works in Montreal. "Because next time, you will leave no around here, OK?", Had said the mafioso before hanging up.

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I agree, I would get the hell out of dodge.

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