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Thursday, 27 May 2010

Montreal Mafia figure, Moreno Gallo to appeal deportation

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Montreal Mafia figure, Moreno Gallo to appeal deportation: "Moreno Gallo, 64, who is out on day parole, showed up for a hearing before the Immigration and Refugee Board (IRB) at Complexe Guy Favreau Thursday morning for what essentially turned out to be a formality.
Because of a series of admissions agreed to in the case, IRB member Dianne Tordorf ruled that Gallo can be deported, as Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has been seeking to do since February 2008.
According to a document filed in Gallo's case, CBSA realized only in 2008 that he was a permanent resident and never became a Canadian citizen, despite having arrived in this country at age 8, on May 6, 1954, with his mother and sister. His father had been residing in Canada for two years at that point.
Gallo left school with a Grade 9 education and, at the age of 16, started working at the same flooring company where his father worked. He also worked for Kraft Foods before opening a bakery 35 years ago in Little Italy with his father-in-law. The popular bakery, Mottas, on Mozart St. E. is still run by Gallo's wife.
But it was what Gallo did as a sideline to the bakery that now finds him closer to being deported to Italy, where, he claims, he has no close relatives. In 1973, Gallo and an accomplice were arrested in the murder of a drug dealer who was considered to be a rival of the Cotroni"

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