Giuseppe De Vito was sentenced to fifteen years in prison for his role in a mobbed-up cocaine smuggling operation through the Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Montreal, QB Canada as reported by Paul Cherry for The Gazette: "wiretaps revealed De Vito was furious . . . because the people who did the actual smuggling lied to the Mafia about how much they were importing to avoid a so-called tax the organization charged for 'a door' through the airport created by De Vito."
De Vito spent four years as a fugitive until his arrest in October 2010. While on the lam De Vito's wife Adele Sorella allegedly killed their eight- and nine-year-old daughters in April 2009, and a trial has not yet been scheduled against her pending a psychiatric evaluation.
Apparently the mob life is inconsistent with family values.