Skip to comments.Meatheadís mob directory spills secrets (mafia fun)
Posted on 10/13/2011 4:39:18 PM PDT by dynachrome
A bumbling Bonanno bad guy bizarrely listed all of his contacts -- from capos to consiglieres -- in a Rolodex, The Post has learned.
Not-so-wiseguy Mike The Butcher Virtuoso recorded every one of the names, numbers, nicknames and even mob titles in a file so complete that the FBI agents who stumbled on it felt like theyd discovered a gold mine.
Putting all of that classified information into writing was an incredibly stupid thing [for Virtuoso] to do, a source told The Post.
The treasure trove was discovered in The Butchers butcher shop, Graham Avenue Meats & Deli, in Williamsburg.
YouTube HELL NEVER LOIN: Among the names of wiseguys feds say were in Mike The Butcher Virtuosos Rolodex was acting Bonanno capo Anthony Pipitone.
Gregory P. Mango IT AINT CHOPPED LIVER: Feds say they found the trove of mob numbers in Mike Virtuosos butcher shop. The meticulously detailed Rolodexes and address books listed contact information for members and associates of organized crime, according to the feds.
He didnt even bother to code or otherwise try to disguise his entries
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Not the brightest bulb in the box.
Da Godfadda is gonna be UPSET!
Just a clerical error, guys . . .
Virtuoso had Tony listed as: “A soprano with capo on 12th fret”
The butcher is a made man. He’s about to be made into sausage, I think.
I’m disappointed. I thought Rob Reiner’s name was going to turn up.
I’d love to see the FBI turned loose on Billy “the Punk” Ayer’s Rolodex. Or Pelosi’s. Or Jeremiah Wright’s. Or Baraq’s. Or George Soros’. But then, there would be a lot of overlap among those.
He had names, numbers, nicknames and titles of people he knew in a Rolodex. What exactly does that prove? That he knows people?
“Graham Avenue — where the Mafia gets its meats!”
Don’t think I would buy any pork sausage products from that place, ya know?