"Mob Tax" Man Will Stay Home for a While

Date: August 30, 2007

Source: News Room

A federal judge sentenced Joseph J. Milo Jr., who had been accused of collecting "mob tax" payments for the Genovese crime family, to two years probation including six-months of house arrest. He had pleaded guilty to illegally having held a no-show job with James Galante's Automated Waste Disposal Company of Danbury, CT for six years. Galante and 28 others were indicted last year by a federal grand jury in New Haven for orchestrating a "property rights scheme" to allocate hauling contracts and collude on pricing, with physical threats to non-compliers.

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