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Thursday, 20 January 2011

US charges more than 100 mob suspects (Roundup) - Monsters and Critics

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US charges more than 100 mob suspects (Roundup) - Monsters and Critics: "charges by federal authorities include murder, murder conspiracy, loan-sharking, arson, narcotics trafficking, extortion, robbery, illegal gambling and labour racketeering.
MafiaThe charges were announced in Washington after federal agents and local enforcement officers made arrests earlier in a pre-dawn sweep, involving hundreds of law enforcement officers against New York's five mafia families, most of them situated in Brooklyn, in Newark, New Jersey; Providence, Rhode Island; and Boston.
'Today's arrests and charges mark an important step forward in disrupting La Cosa Nostra's illegal activities,' US Attorney General Eric Holder said in a news conference. 'This largest single day operation against La Cosa Nostra sent a message that our fight against traditional organized crime is strong, and our commitment unwavering.'
La Cosa Nostra (LCN) groups seven organized crime families, including five New York-based families and those in New Jersey and Rhode Island. The US Department of Justice said 91 members and associates of the LCN have been charged for federal crimes and 36 others were charged with alleged associated criminal activities."

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