Informant Sentenced to 99 Months for Al Bruno Murder

Anthony Arillotta, lauded by feds as 1 of best Mafia informants ever, sentenced to 99 months in Al Bruno murder case | masslive.com: "Anthony J. Arillotta on Wednesday bought himself out of a life sentence in prison for two murders, three attempted murders, six-figure extortions and other crimes with 10 days on a witness stand, eight years in prison and an $2 million fine. He was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Manhattan for crimes including the 2003 deaths of Western Masschusetts mob boss Adolfo Bruno and his associate Gary Westerman. With time served, he will serve up to another four years in prison."

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