Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig brought down more than a 100 mobsters during his nine years with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Manhattan, and now the 37-year-old is heading the criminal division of the New Jersey Attorney General's Office where he intends "to root out public corruption" in the Garden State as reported by Christopher Baxter for The Star-Ledger:
His triumphs include Genovese acting boss Matthew "Matty the Horse" Ianniello, who was reported to have been watching The Godfather: Part III when he was arrested at his Long Island home by federal agents in 2005. He pleaded guilty to racketeering charges a year later. Honig also won murder convictions against New Jersey mobster and Genovese captain Angelo Prisco and former Genovese acting boss Arthur Nigro, who were both sentenced to life in prison.
The crooked politicians in Dirty Jersey are forewarned.