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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Mob Rat Salvatore "Sally FIsh" Maniscalco Gets 9 Years In Robbery Slaying Of Jeweler

Mob rat Salvatore (Sally Fish) Maniscalco swam clear of a life sentence Monday for his role in the robbery and slaying of a Staten Island jeweler.
But federal Judge Carol Amon didn't let him completely off the hook, giving him nine years for the botched crime that left jeweler Louis Antonelli dead.
"I will live with this every day of my life, as I should," said Maniscalco, who worked in his family's wholesale fish business.
"My parents gave me all the opportunities of the world, and I dishonored them."
Maniscalco, 36, looked disappointed after learning that he wasn't getting a free pass in return for testifying at the trials of co-defendants Anthony Pica and Genovese capo Anthony Antico, who were both convicted.
Although prosecutors said Antico ordered the robbery, he was convicted only of racketeering. Maniscalco's lawyer declined to comment.



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