Anthony Induisi aka Tony Black (1948) was a capo in the Colombo family, operating from Florida. In 1988 and 1989 he ran a criminal enterprise through a pattern of racketeering, including illegal telemarketing businesses in Miami and a $3 million-a-year sports bookmaking operation in Tamarac. As part of a plea bargain, prosecutors agreed to drop charges that in 1989 Induisi hired a hit man to carry out a Mafia-sanctioned contract to kill the son of another alleged mobster in Broward County.
Rare picture of gambino soldier Samuel corsaro, he was a member of the jersey faction of the family under Robert cabert bisascia . In April 1989 corsaro was indicted on conspiracy and racketeering charges , in a long trial he was eventually sentenced to 26 years in prison in 1993 , Corsaro appealed the verdict and in 1999 prosecutors offered him a plea bargain that reduced his sentence down to 8 to 16 years. He was eventually released in 2000 on parole . On July 5, 2002 Samuel Corsaro died
A frustrated man decides to take justice into his own hands after a plea bargain sets one of his family's killers free. He targets not only the killer but also the district attorney and others involved in the deal. I was rooting for the Good guy but the bad guys (crony Capitalists) win. Otherwise a great film.
Robert Hansen (not to be confused with the American spy) admitted to raping & killing 17 women, mostly dancers & prostitutes in Anchorage, AK, but state troopers who investigated the case believe Hansen’s death toll to be much higher. One investigator believes Hansen killed 4 or 5 women/year from the early '70s until police tracked him down in '84. Hansen was charged with 4 murders. Through a plea bargain, he was sentenced to 461 years, + life.