James Delio

Three Contractors, Genovese Mobster Plead Guilty

Many major construction projects in New York City face an unwritten law:  If you want the work completed, pay the mob tax.  Those who collect are the Mafia, and unions and contractors friendly to it.  Those who pay are the general public and the workers who receive substandard wages and benefits.  But tax relief may be on the way.  On Monday, April 10, three mob-linked drywall contractors and a Genovese crime family soldier admitted in federal court in Manhattan to taking part in a scheme involving a pair of labor unions. 

 

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