Skip to comments.Aww, poor mafia
Posted on 11/25/2009 6:00:53 AM PST by AtlasStalled
Even mobsters are feeling the squeeze in today's tough economy. A bizarrely sympathetic judge took pity on a reputed Colombo family associate yesterday, saying he can keep his job at the trendy Lucali pizzeria in Carroll Gardens -- despite prosecutors' claims that it's a sham. Dominick Dionisio, 39, who has a conviction for racketeering, works at the popular restaurant six days a week, 10 a.m. to 2 a.m., yet makes just $300 to $400 per week. But that didn't raise any red flags for Brooklyn federal Judge Dora Irizarry. "Realistically, it's quite problematic [even] for people who don't have the burden of a criminal conviction to find a job right now," Irizarry said, noting that Dionisio is using part of the money he earns to pay the feds restitution for his previous conviction. "People . . . have lost jobs and can't find a job," the judge said. Assistant US Attorney Nicole Argentieri had argued that Dionisio just hangs out at Lucali -- using the restaurant as a social club -- and doesn't do any real work.
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The pow widdle gansta......
Gangster, bureaucRAT, educRAT, democRAT, union thug...it’s all the same thing.
So, KSM’s lawyers will be requesting this judge for their trial.
Mr. Holder, THIS, among other things, is what we are afraid of in giving KSM a civilian trial.
Here’s a judge who stays bought!
Sure he does. He gives the place "atmosphere".
A reporter or prosecutor with even the slightest glimmer of curiosity would calculate $400 / (6 days x 15 hours per day) to come up with an hourly wage of $4.44 per hour, and then suggest turning the discussion to the matter of federal and state minimum wage laws.
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