Reputed Montreal Mafia boss Vito Rizzuto will avenge the murders of son Nick and father Nicola upon his release from prison in October 2012 according to a jailhouse source as reported by Brad Hamilton for the New York Post: "he's been eating vegetarian, staying fit, sharpening his mind with games of pinochle — and plotting his coup, the source said."
Vito Rizzuto currently is serving time at the supermax facility in Florence, CO on a 2007 racketeering conviction involving the 1981 New York City murders of three Bonanno capos during an internal power struggle, and during his incarceration all hell broke loose in Montreal.
Some suspect that a turf battle over the drug trade between clans from the 'Ndrangheta or Calabrian Mafia and the Rizzuto clan from Cosa Nostra or the Sicilian Mafia is responsible for the ongoing violence.
Last November former Bonanno boss Salvatore Montagna was whacked after perhaps allying himself with 'Ndrangheta clans in NYC and Quebec, and some reputed Rizzuto associates are among those charged with the murder.
The 'Ndrangheta has become Italy's most powerful Mafia group due to its obscene profits from the cocaine trade in Europe, and it further has become entrenched in Australia, Canada and the United States with surprisingly little push back from law enforcement in those countries.