Mobster Cheats Death When Hitman's Gun Jams ...Musitano Released From Hospital After Shooting

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Last week, CCTV captured dramatic footage as an assassin arrives on a bike, calmly walks up Italian mobster Salvatore Nurcaro as he stands on the street in the crime ridden port city of Naples, and fires....

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Or attempts to fire at least.

The hitman's gun jams, prompting Nurcaro to run off down the road and around the corner.

Watch the dramatic footage of the botched assassination attempt here

Mobster Pat Musitano Released From Hospital After Shooting

Hamilton mobster Pat Musitano has been released from hospital after being gunned down in a parking lot last month.

The incident happened in Mississauga, Ontario on April 25.

The reputed head of the city's infamous Musitano crime family.

The attack on his life was the latest blow suffered by the crime family, as violence linked to organized crime has surged in Hamilton and across Southern Ontario in recent years.

Musitano's brother, Angelo, was gunned down in the driveway of his Waterdown, Ont., home nearly just over two years ago on May 2, 2017.

The CBC contributed to this report

Judge Orders Cash of Imprisoned Mobster Held in Escrow

A federal judge has ordered the courts to hold onto cash found on a former New England mob boss,  Francis "Cadillac Frank" Salemme, that was recovered upon his capture.

U.S. District Court Judge Allison Burroughs signed off on a motion by the U.S. Attorney's Office in Boston to put more than $25,000 in escrow until the alleged 85-year-old former mobster can appeal.

Salemme was sentenced to life in prison last September for ordering the murder of Boston nightclub manager Steven DiSarro, a Providence native, in 1993.

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