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ANP Roundtable for November 15th, 2013

Posted on 15. Nov, 2013 by in Organized Crime, Webcast

Peter Silvestri

Hello everyone! Frank Coconate and I are here for today’s ANP Roundtable discussion. We updated you on the status of our former co-host Michael Magnafichi. In addition we touched on local political news from the Chicago area. We’ll be back sometime next week. Have a nice weekend.

Magnafichi, Coconate & Paul Castellano

Posted on 22. Jul, 2013 by in Podcast, Sports

Paul Castellano

Hi everyone! This is Mike Mags with today’s ANP Sports Podcast. Golf and baseball are all we have going on. However, our Behind the Scenes piece is quite revealing today. Be sure to listen to me explain the Chicago Outfit’s position on New York’s now late Mafia Don (John Gotti) and his deplorable act against […]

Magnafichi, Coconate & Fratto

Posted on 11. Jul, 2013 by in Podcast, Sports

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Hi everybody! It’s Mike Mags with ANP’s Sports Podcast for today, July 11, 2013. Unfortunately today’s show got a little heated as certain issues that have been quietly brewing “behind the scenes” among a couple of us came to a head. In our “behind the scenes” segment today Joe Fosco sought out Hollywood’s Johnny Fratto […]

Judge Bob Bastone, Is The Chicago Outfit Dead?

Posted on 07. Jul, 2013 by in Organized Crime, Politics

Joseph Aiuppa

With the recent imprisonment of Outfit Boss’ James “Little Jimmy” Marcello, Joey “the Clown” Lombardo and the now late Frank Calabrese Sr. (all thanks to the Family Secrets Case) in mind, Democratic State Central Committeeman Jim DeLeo famously claimed that “there is no Outfit.” Is he truly sincere? When it comes to talking about the […]

Corruption’s Winning Team: Fagiano, Daddono & Saviano?

Posted on 13. Mar, 2013 by in Organized Crime, Politics

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An alleged cover-up of a another botched murder attempt by a longtime violent Outfit associate named John Rainone happens to be a current affair within the Elmwood Park, Illinois, Police Station. According to an eyewitness, last month John Rainone used his automobile as a weapon as he allegedly attempted to murder a 41-year-old Elmhurst man […]

Outfit Boss Rudy Fratto, LOL!

Posted on 24. Sep, 2012 by in Current Events, Organized Crime

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It appears that the U.S. Attorney’s Office has decided to finally put forth a bit of effort to cause convicted Chicago Outfit member Rudy Fratto some well-deserved challenges. He may finally have to deal with an appropriate measure of justice. In a recently filed Sentencing Memorandum in U.S. Court in Chicago, the government apprised the […]

Police Chief Aids Mob Figures?

Posted on 23. Aug, 2012 by in Organized Crime, Politics

Police Chief Aids Mob Figures?

The news has recently been dominated by the name James Prandini, the former police chief of Des Plaines, Illinois, who has a 103k a year pension. He has been sucked into a suit that plumbs the nepotism and insider dealing that came to characterize the police department of that fine town during his time as chief. […]

A New Era

Posted on 09. Aug, 2012 by in Announcements, Organized Crime

A New Era

Hello my friends and readers. Please excuse my extended absence from writing at ANP. I haven’t composed an article in roughly three months because I have been occupied with other things. I have been spending a great deal of time with my family and working on an amazing project that has the interest of some […]

A Perspective On Corruption In Illinois

Posted on 25. Oct, 2011 by in Organized Crime, Politics

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In your standard dictionary, the word corruption is listed as such: cor·rup·tion /kəˈrəpSHən/ Noun: 1) the act of corrupting or state of being corrupt. 2) moral perversion; depravity. 3) perversion of integrity. 4) corrupt or dishonest proceedings. 5) bribery. Origin: Mid 13th century; Middle English corrupcio(u)n (< Anglo-French ) < Latin corruptiōn-, stem of corruptiō. […]

Tougher Than A Gangster: Conrad Black

Posted on 05. Sep, 2011 by in Current Events

Tougher Than A Gangster: Conrad Black

Tougher than a gangster and more financially solvent than the entire Mafia, tomorrow, Conrad Black begins what amounts as the end of the judicial farce that plagued him for several years. He reports to prison in Miami, Florida. On his final sentencing day, Conrad Black told me that he could do the prison time that […]