Tuesday, July 18, 2023

Nicola Spagnolo - "un vieux crisse de riche" - 3 years

Mafia heavyweight Nicola Spagnolo, 49, has been sentenced to 3 years in jail after being found guilty of aggravated assault in December 2022. The bar stabbing has nothing to do with organized crime. Spagnolo was drunk. He describes himself as a seller of used luxury cars. The crown said the attack was “vicious, underhanded and cowardly” and the sentence should be 4 years.

Spagnolo’s connect to the Montreal mafia executive has nothing to do with his convicton.
Spagnolo on his way to Boho Bar. Nicola Spagnolo was found guilty of aggravated assault in a stabbing outside a bar in Old Montreal. Video from the bar sunk him. He faces a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison. The victim testified he didn't know Spagnolo before they began arguing after leaving the Boho bar. He said they were both drunk. The victim described his assailant as "un vieux crisse de riche" (rich old man)

Mafia brunch at Holts Cafe.
Accused of attempting to kill a man at a bar in Old Montreal, Mafioso Nicola Spagnolo was released on conditions. Spagnolo was charged with aggravated assault, an attempted murder charge was dropped. Spagnolo is the son of Vincenzo Spagnolo, assassinated at his Laval residence in October 2016. Spagnolo’s father was killed by mistake, it was supposed to target his son. The elder Spagnolo was a close friend to Vito Rizzuto, leader of the Montreal Mafia. Cops had considered Spagnolo to be a member of the Montreal mafia's executive, sitting alongside Leonardo Rizzuto and Stefano Sollecito.