Leniency Considered for Mobster Convicted in Genovese Social Club Case

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Feb/17/2017

A Brooklyn federal judge is considering allowing a convicted mobster-turned-model prisoner an early release.

John Imbrieco is doing 20 years for a plea to RICO conspiracy and conspiracy to obstruct justice following a fatal 1994 shooting at a Genovese crime family social club in Williamsburg, according to the Daily News.  Sabato Lombardi was killed and another man was wounded in the shooting.  Imbrieco was a Bonnano associate at the time.

Last month, Brooklyn Federal Judge Leo Glasser recommended prosecutors agree to a sentence of time served for Imbrieco, which means the 52-year-old would be released five years early.

Lombardi’s family has been attempting to persuade the judge not to set Imbrieco free.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

Gambling News

Sale of Former Atlantic Club Casino Falls Apart _ Again

Sale of Former Atlantic Club Casino Falls Apart _ Again

For the second time in as many years, a deal to convert a shuttered Atlantic City casino into a water park has dried up.

How Online Bookies Can Leverage The Gambling Fallacy

How Online Bookies Can Leverage The Gambling Fallacy

As an online bookie, you can leverage the “Gambling Fallacy” in your favor. Use bettors perception to start making more cash, learn more about it here.

Bookies Behaving Badly Part 15: ‘You F***ing Thief, You F***ing Monkey’

Bookies Behaving Badly Part 15: ‘You F***ing Thief, You F***ing Monkey’

Listen as bookie hurls the F-Bomb at customer a few times, "politely" says he has to take another call, then calls back to throw more F-Bombs at him.  Oy Vey!!!

Experts Warn of £12.6bn Scale of UK Gambling Problem

Experts Warn of £12.6bn Scale of UK Gambling Problem

According to the most recent estimates, Britons lost £12.6bn through gambling last year

Nevada Gambling Revenue Jumps Almost 7.5 Percent in March

The madness created by college basketball betting in Nevada is among the factors that led to a lucrative March for casinos statewide.

Syndicate