Sunday, August 28, 2022

Mafioso Nicola Spagnolo trial - "un vieux crisse de riche"

Spagnolo on his way to Boho Bar. The victim described his assailant as "un vieux crisse de riche" (rich old man) Mafioso Nicola Spagnolo's lawyer made closing arguments in his aggravated assault trial. Prosecutors noted that five cops were able to testify Spagnolo was near the crime scene before the stabbing occurred. Spagnolo will learn his fate in December. Spagnolo’s connect to the Montreal mafia executive has nothing to do with his aggravated assault charge.
The victim testified he didn't know Spagnolo before they began arguing after leaving the Boho bar. He said they were both drunk.

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. Cops had considered Spagnolo to be a member of the Montreal mafia's executive, sitting alongside Leonardo Rizzuto and Stefano Sollecito.
In April 2013 Spagnolo was sentenced to nine months for possession of a firearm.