Another Connecticut "Mob Tax" Enforcer Goes to Jail

Date: September 13, 2007

Source: News Room

A top lieutenant of James Galante acting as CEO of his Automated Waste Disposal has been sentenced to jail for his role in orchestrating price collusion among waste haulers in western Connecticut and eastern New York. Paul DiNardo is also Galante's brother-in-law and was charged with enlisting mob muscle to hinder competition and keep contract rates high. At one point, he told another hauler that a "peaceful world is a better place for everybody."

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