The burglary case against reputed Patriarca capo Mark Rossetti is in the hands of a Massachusetts jury as reported by Mike Beaudet for WFXT:
The jury is deliberating whether Rossetti and co-defendant Yasmani Quezada orchestrated a 2010 break-in of a Roslindale apartment to get drugs and money, but Rossetti's alleged sordid past as a feared Mafioso, suspected killer and FBI informant has been kept out of the trial. During the two-week trial, prosecutors played secretly recorded phone calls for the jury which they say show Rossetti and Quezada planned the robbery that was executed by two others.
On one tape "Rossetti is heard talking to Quezada referring to church, which authorities say is code for doing the robbery" as reported by Mike Beaudet for WFXT:
Quezada: Are we going to church (expletive) tonight or tomorrow?
Rossetti: We were going to go yesterday, but you know, I don't know what the (expletive) happened to Buckwheat.
Q: Yeah, I need to repent, Goddammit.
R: Yeah, you should (laughs)
Q: You're (expletive) Jesus.
Rossetti still faces trial on other charges including extortion and drug trafficking from a October 2010 indictment which swept up his alleged crew. Ten defendants from that indictment have pleaded guilty, and seven of those "have received sentences of probation" as reported by Mike Beaudet for WFXT.