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Carmine John Persico, Jr.

Carmine John Persico, Jr. (1933-present) is a long-time member of La Cosa Nostra and boss of the Colombo crime family. He was convicted in 1986 as part of the so-called “Commission” case that targeted the leaders of New York City organized crime groups. This release contains information on an investigation into one of the many criminal indictments against him in the Commission case.

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