Montreal Boss Vito Rizzuto Apparently Claims Another

This one was shot to death under the noonday sun last Wednesday.

Roger Valiquette Jr.'s bullet-riddled body was discovered in the parking lot of a rotisserie restaurant in the Montreal suburb of Laval, near his Mercedes SUV.

Valiquette was "well-known in the Mob underworld," according to published reports. He is believed to have been part of a rival faction that had vied for control of the Rizzuto family's rackets. Running this faction had been Joseph Di Maulo, the first to die once Vito Rizzuto returned home in October 2012; he had been taken into custody by U.S. authorities in 2004 for participating in the take-down of three capos who were considered to have been conspiring to take control of the Bonanno family from Philip "Rusty" Rastelli after the storied hit on Carmine Galante.

Rizzuto's father and son, along with several other associates were murdered while he was behind bars.

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