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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Feds bust Hector Pagan Jr former relative of mob big Anthony Graziano from Mob Wives fame for holding up card game

 Copy shot:Evidence photo from the wake of Gaspare Amato in July of 1997 of Anthony Graziano, shown to the jury at the racketeering trial of Bonanno crime boss Vincent (Vinny Gorgeous) Basciano.
Anthony "T.G." Graziano is serving the last two months of a racketeering conviction in a halfway house.
A top Bonanno mobster better straighten out his own family.
The former son-in-law of reputed consigliere Anthony "T.G." Graziano was arrested by federal agents Monday for allegedly setting up the armed robbery of an illegal gambling spot controlled by the Bonanno crime family.
Hector Pagan, Jr., was ordered held without bail in connection with the 2009 stickup in Staten Island that netted about $5,000. Pagan, 51, the ex-husband of Graziano’s daughter, Rene, who appears on the reality show “Mob Wives,” hatched the scheme to rob the weekly card game where large amounts of money were wagered, according to the complaint filed in Brooklyn Federal Court.
“Pagan threatened one of the victims by pointing his gun directly at one of the victim’s legs,” U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent Al Gyenes stated in the complaint.
Graziano is serving the last two months of a racketeering conviction in a halfway house and is already back in trouble with the feds. He was photographed by agents last month meeting at a Staten Island diner with another Bonanno wiseguy, which is a violation that is expected to earn him more prison time. Graziano is supposedly not happy with the attention the TV show brings upon his secret society and stopped talking to his daughter.
Graziano was chauffeured to the sitdown by mob wanna-be Matthew Rinaldo, who is also charged with participating in the card game robbery with Pagan.
Pagan told Magistrate Andrew Carter that he’s broke and cannot pay for his own lawyer.



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