Friday, July 15, 2022

Chicago mob boss Mike 'Fat Boy' Sarno denied release

Chicago mob boss Mike "Fat Boy" Sarno will be given a deal he can't refuse: he will remain in prison. Sarno's attorney said his client fell victim to a justice system that views the Chicago mob as Hollywood. "I think he's another Italian American that's a victim of the RICO Act". Sarno was sentenced to 25 years in 2012 for racketeering. Undercover tapes that federal investigators had made referred to "the Large Guy"—a reference to Sarno's large size. In his younger days, Sarno was being groomed for big things in the Chicago Outfit. Sarno was a powerful mobster in the Chicago Outfit, along with Joseph Andriacchi, Al Tornabene, Frank "Toots" Caruso, Marco D'Amico and John DiFronzo.
In the early 90s, he went away for racketeering, gambling and extortion. When he got out, his influence grew with a partnership with the Outlaws.
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