EvenBob
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March 7th, 2014 at 8:37:30 PM permalink
Wasn't Harry in the Godfather?

Harry A. D'Ascenzo has been identified by the New Jersey State Commission of Investigation and the Pennsylvania Crime Commission as an associate of the Scarfo organized crime family. Mr. D'Ascenzo has a significant criminal record dating back to 1962 for larceny, extortion and loansharking.

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Buzzard
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March 7th, 2014 at 8:55:00 PM permalink
Ilber Sabanoski I think I knew his old man. Big crazy pollock we just called SKI for short. Violent temper. When he came into a bar
I would leave, but only after saying Hi and telling him to put his drinks on my tab.
Was I scared, NO, just cautious. Great scene in Good Fellas. Actually Joe Pesci talked the director into letting him do
this scene, no script, just about a guy Joe Pesci knew in his old neighborhood.
Ski had a kid about the right age to be Ilber. He slugged a slot machine in AC, $950 damage 30 days. Just for starters
Later he slugged a slot machine, $1,340 and 180 days in jail.
Never pays to be anywhere a time bomb like that is.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75ifn39Y8V0
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sabre
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March 7th, 2014 at 9:21:40 PM permalink
Quote: sodawater

The funniest part is so few people know the law. You could literally be arrested for picking up a $5 chip off the carpet. It's insane and completely lacking of common sense.



Yeah, we should definitely be able to take whatever we want that isn't ours. The other day I took a backpack out of a car with the window down. Cops arrested me. Fucking ridiculous.
Buzzard
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March 7th, 2014 at 10:02:58 PM permalink
Quote: sabre

Yeah, we should definitely be able to take whatever we want that isn't ours. The other day I took a backpack out of a car with the window down. Cops arrested me. Fucking ridiculous.



Was the cop black ?
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AcesAndEights
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March 8th, 2014 at 1:29:27 PM permalink
Quote: sodawater

I was so pissed a few years ago when I found a bundle of cash with $3,000 in it on the casino floor, that I knew of this law. As soon as I picked up the cash, the words Theft By Taking flashed in my head. Otherwise I probably would have kept the money. But knowing of the law and the cameras in the ceiling, I turned it into security. It was claimed by the rightful owner within 30 minutes and he didn't give me a dime for finding it.


I'm not sure how I would react if I were the owner in that situation. $3K isn't a small amount of money, but it isn't life-changing...I might throw the guy a benjamin in thanks. Any more than that seems excessive.

If it were $10K or more, I would definitely give some kind of thank you tip.
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Mosca
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March 28th, 2014 at 5:50:54 AM permalink


This guy lives across the street from me.

"William D'Elia has been identified by the Pennsylvania Crime Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a soldier in the Bufalino Organzied Crime Family of La Cosa Nostra otherwise known as the Pittston La Cosa Nostra Family.."

Not a soldier. From MafiaWiki, "William "Big Billy" D'Elia (b, June 24, 1946) is a Pennsylvania mobster and current leader of the Bufalino crime family."

He just got released from prison last year, he might be retired now. We don't associate, never even said hello.
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odiousgambit
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March 28th, 2014 at 5:55:28 AM permalink
Quote: Mosca



This guy lives across the street from me.

"William D'Elia has been identified by the Pennsylvania Crime Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a soldier in the Bufalino Organzied Crime Family of La Cosa Nostra otherwise known as the Pittston La Cosa Nostra Family.."

Not a soldier. From MafiaWiki, "William "Big Billy" D'Elia (b, June 24, 1946) is a Pennsylvania mobster and current leader of the Bufalino crime family."

He just got released from prison last year, he might be retired now. We don't associate, never even said hello.



fixed your image

well, hell, go over and meet him! he probably has some great AP ideas!
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1BB
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March 28th, 2014 at 6:23:53 AM permalink
Quote: odiousgambit

Quote: Mosca



This guy lives across the street from me.

"William D'Elia has been identified by the Pennsylvania Crime Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a soldier in the Bufalino Organzied Crime Family of La Cosa Nostra otherwise known as the Pittston La Cosa Nostra Family.."

Not a soldier. From MafiaWiki, "William "Big Billy" D'Elia (b, June 24, 1946) is a Pennsylvania mobster and current leader of the Bufalino crime family."

He just got released from prison last year, he might be retired now. We don't associate, never even said hello.



fixed your image

well, hell, go over and meet him! he probably has some great AP ideas!



I love it! The Bufalino crime family. Does that make him Bufalino Bill? Does he shufflino off to Bufalino?
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Mosca
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March 28th, 2014 at 7:07:21 AM permalink
Quote: odiousgambit


fixed your image!



Freakin' iPad, useless for formatting things.
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Mosca
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March 28th, 2014 at 7:12:32 AM permalink
Quote: 1BB

Quote: odiousgambit

Quote: Mosca



This guy lives across the street from me.

"William D'Elia has been identified by the Pennsylvania Crime Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a soldier in the Bufalino Organzied Crime Family of La Cosa Nostra otherwise known as the Pittston La Cosa Nostra Family.."

Not a soldier. From MafiaWiki, "William "Big Billy" D'Elia (b, June 24, 1946) is a Pennsylvania mobster and current leader of the Bufalino crime family."

He just got released from prison last year, he might be retired now. We don't associate, never even said hello.



fixed your image

well, hell, go over and meet him! he probably has some great AP ideas!



I love it! The Bufalino crime family. Does that make him Bufalino Bill? Does he shufflino off to Bufalino?



I dunno man, I don't kid about him. My dad's girlfriend knew him when he was a little boy, she said he was charming and mischievous. No one really has anything bad to say about him in dealing with him. A good friend of mine who was an FBI agent on his case also said he was a good guy on a personal level. That was supposedly one of the reasons he rose to where he did; he could get people to get along. Like I said, we've never said hello, in almost 25 years. I'm fine with just saying he lives across the street.

He was in prison for witness intimidation and money laundering, pled down from attempted murder. He was going to kill someone for being the witness to the money laundering. It is all tied into the Mount Airy casino and Louis DeNaples somehow.
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