Saturday, September 10, 2005


A good place for him! Anthony Spalliero, the gangsta developer, had his bail revoked yesterday by Federal Magistrate Judge Madeline Cox Arleo, according to The Asbury Park Press, and other sources. Spalliero was released on $250,000 bond on May 3; his son Vincent put up property on Angel St., Aberdeen to secure "Mr. Marlboro's" release.
Spalliero will remain in jail until his October trial, and hopefully long after that.


Let this stand as a message to any politician who becomes infatuated with the criminal life. "The Sopranos" is a TV show - it's not real. They're actors playing a part. Spalliero, Palughi, etc are real. Real thugs. The Feds are real, the judges are real and the Federal prisons are real.


Mr. Snitch said...

That is good news, thanks.

Honest Abe said...

What I find pathetic about this guy is that he's healthy enough to pull a gun on this woman, bribe various politicians, threaten then-Councilwoman Karcher and who knows who else, yet his lawyer assures us he is "near death. Yeah right. This is simply an example of the typical mob defense, "My client is too ill/feeble/frail/old/etc to stand trial/do time/etc.
I hope Spalliero rots in jail.