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Saturday, 12 June 2010

Victim of S. Phila. slaying was grandson of notorious mobster | Philadelphia Daily News | 06/12/2010

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Victim of S. Phila. slaying was grandson of notorious mobster | Philadelphia Daily News | 06/12/2010: "grandson of notorious Philadelphia mobster Harry 'The Hunchback' Riccobene was gunned down outside his South Philadelphia home early Thursday.
Rocco Maniscalco, 38, had just watched Wednesday night's Flyers game at the Wolf Street Cafe when he walked the short block home to his rowhouse on Wolf near Colorado.
Outside his home, an armed man leaped from the shadows and fired at least 10 times, hitting Maniscalco repeatedly, police said. He died on the scene about 1:20 a.m. The gunman, a thin white man in a white shirt, fled in a dark-colored SUV, police said.
Maniscalco owned New Era Collision, an auto-body and towing company housed in a nondescript business park at 25th and Wharton streets.
Yesterday, employees there refused to comment, except to call the slaying 'a tragedy.'"

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