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Thursday, 4 December 2008

Former FBI agent John Connolly could get up to life in prison


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Connolly could get up to life in prison when he is sentenced later Thursday. Prosecutors want the maximum while defense attorneys are asking for a term as short as 12 years. Former FBI agent John Connolly is looking at hard time in a Florida prison for the mob-related 1982 slaying of a Miami gambling executive.The 68-year-old Connolly was convicted last month of second-degree murder in the 1982 shooting death of jai-alai executive John Callahan.Prosecutors said Callahan was slain after Connolly told Boston mobsters that Callahan might implicate them in another murder.
Connolly was convicted by a federal jury in 2002 of racketeering and sentenced to 10 years for his corrupt relationships with chieftains of Boston's notorious Winter Hill Gang.


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