FBi, mob, bodies, graveyard, Colombo

FBi, mob, bodies, graveyard, Colombo

There are 35 comments on the Newsday story from Oct 2, 2008, titled FBi, mob, bodies, graveyard, Colombo. In it, Newsday reports that:

FBI agents spent their first full day digging yesterday at an East Farmingdale site that, according to sources, is described by an informant as an organized crime burial ground since at least 1994.

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PETEF

Jamaica, NY

#2 Oct 2, 2008
Without giving too much credit for the intelligence of a mobster, do you think if the bodies have been buried there,that they would still be there today?

With all the informants in OC, do you really think that the bodies wouldn't have been removed by now? But nothing surprises me anymore.
Bum Advice from a SNICH

Mesquite, NV

#3 Oct 2, 2008
This guy is looking for a deal and making up stories to get a better
deal ! Be careful you don't hit and old cesspool ?
Rocky

Lebanon, NH

#4 Oct 3, 2008
Can the authorities actually believe these criminals when they make deals with them. They are natural born criminals and killers who don't always tell the truth. That's their nature, they are liars.
vito C

Milford, CT

#5 Oct 3, 2008
Look at all that taxpayer $$$ being spent and to what end ?
Pizon

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Oct 3, 2008
The retirement plan for ALL mobsters......furgeddaboutit!
Fat Clemenza

New York, NY

#7 Oct 3, 2008
Something like this has to happen every five years...ten years. Helps get rid of the bad blood.
FRAN

Valhalla, NY

#10 Oct 3, 2008
eeeeek!
I would hate to be the one that finds someone....
Just Saying

Laurel, MD

#11 Oct 3, 2008
Bum Advice from a SNICH wrote:
This guy is looking for a deal and making up stories to get a better
deal ! Be careful you don't hit and old cesspool ?
If there are no bodies there, and he lied, then there will be no deal, and he'll have to go away for a very long time. He has every motive to tell the truth, and none to lie, because lying will only make his situation much worse than it already is.
Just Saying

Laurel, MD

#12 Oct 3, 2008
vito C wrote:
Look at all that taxpayer $$$ being spent and to what end ?
To what end? How about justice, by solving murders committed by the mob? Or closure for the families of the victims, who can finally have funerals for their loved ones?
Jim

New York, NY

#14 Oct 3, 2008
Just Saying wrote:
<quoted text>To what end? How about justice, by solving murders committed by the mob? Or closure for the families of the victims, who can finally have funerals for their loved ones?
The justice part I'll agree with. The closure part, no.

These animals come from families of animals and deserve what they get.

Mama raises junior to be some fat, extorting pig and then deserves some honor in some chapel? Forget that.

Wise guys (and I've met a few) are uncouth animals who live outside (and believe above) society.

These graves are a fitting end.
TUFF GUY

New York, NY

#15 Oct 3, 2008
Lived the good life until he got caught now he's an informant!!! what a joke. Take your punishment like a man and rat everyone out, what happen to death before dishonor??? long gone I guess
PETEF

Jamaica, NY

#16 Oct 3, 2008
We don't know what this guy knows or says he knows. One thing I will say is that if they don't find any bodies the FBI will say - there are signs a body was once there and has since been removed. Maybe that is when they threw Wild Bill into the Atlantic Ocean. We will just have to wait and see.

The use of informants is a disgrace to what this country is supposed to stand for. In the federal system it is even more of a disgrace as the informant need not have his information corroborated by independant testimony.

In the NYC detective case it was Anthony Casso that informed on the detectives. Not even the federal government could make this guy credible. Fact is that Casso wrote a letter to the defense counsels that he made it up about three murders. So what does the FEDS do? They bring in another criminal to 'corroborate' Casso, and by not bringing in Casso to testify, somehow have his 'testimony' corroborated by Kaplan.
ansman

AOL

#17 Oct 3, 2008
FEDERAL BUMBLING INSTITUTE A/K/A F.B.I. THEY COULDN'T FIND A HORSE IN A BARNYARD.
Henry Hill

Portsmouth, VA

#18 Oct 3, 2008
Dammit! Does this mean I have to move Billy Batts again?
TUFF GUY

New York, NY

#20 Oct 3, 2008
Thats cute, Henry Hill hu
Henry Hill wrote:
Dammit! Does this mean I have to move Billy Batts again?
Steve

New York, NY

#21 Oct 3, 2008
TUFF GUY wrote:
Lived the good life until he got caught now he's an informant!!! what a joke. Take your punishment like a man and rat everyone out, what happen to death before dishonor??? long gone I guess
These dumb goons never really had that code. It's a fallacy brought on by Hollywood's romantisizing these uneducated clowns.

People with real honor work hard for a living, stay faithful to their wives and never commit violence.

Scum like this could never be described like that.

So another copped a deal and decided to rat. Why would anyone be surprised? They're all a pack of rodents.
TUFF GUY

New York, NY

#22 Oct 3, 2008
At this point you are right noone would be surprised, I do believe however at some point in time way back when those who were in did live by the death before dishonor rule, I am sure there are some old saltys still left out there as well and the others are doing their time like men
Steve wrote:
<quoted text>
These dumb goons never really had that code. It's a fallacy brought on by Hollywood's romantisizing these uneducated clowns.
People with real honor work hard for a living, stay faithful to their wives and never commit violence.
Scum like this could never be described like that.
So another copped a deal and decided to rat. Why would anyone be surprised? They're all a pack of rodents.
saddened

Sun City West, AZ

#23 Oct 3, 2008
I will not sit here and glamourize "The Life", but any normal human being would love to have the chance to bury their loved ones. The family of Bill Cutolo, besides his son, had no idea what their fathers life consisted of. He was a loving father and grandfather. You all know how that saying goes, "You never take your work home with you." He was still a human being and still deserved the right to be buried by his family. I have to say I give the son alot of credit for doing what he did. He could of wound up like his father but he chose the right path. Some still believe in an eye for an eye, but prison is worse. Stop all the hating and try to put yourselves in his family's shoes. Have a little respect for the innocent ones........
Omerta

Coram, NY

#24 Oct 3, 2008
TUFF GUY wrote:
At this point you are right noone would be surprised, I do believe however at some point in time way back when those who were in did live by the death before dishonor rule, I am sure there are some old saltys still left out there as well and the others are doing their time like men<quoted text>
The entire story of the mob and the Mafia is a complete myth. The average IQ is well below normal. Those that have some brains are just plain crazy.

If you take their lifetime earnings and divide by years worked they barely reach average earnings for a low-skill job. Most spend more than half their life in and out of jail.

How much would I have to pay you to spend two years in a max security facility? Watch some reality jail shows before you answer.
TOMMY D

AOL

#25 Oct 3, 2008
Henry Hill wrote:
Dammit! Does this mean I have to move Billy Batts again?
"Hey Henry, look, there's an arm, look, here's a claw or do you prefer the old heart and lungs"

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