Antonino "Tony" Ciaverello, a son-in-law of imprisoned Cosa Nostra boss Salvatore "Toto" Riina, is soliciting financial help from his Facebook page after "his car parts business was seized by police last summer amid suspicion it was used to launder some of Riina's money" as reported by The Local:
"They took everything, and now I don’t have a job. To those who can help me, please do as I have three children. I am looking for a job but nobody gives me one. Thank you and may God bless you."
Apparently Tony is a brokester. Meanwhile, Toto Riina is serving life terms for ordering the 1992 murders of Italian judges Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino in separate bomb attacks pursuant to the Sicilian Mafia's "stragismo" or terror campaign against the Italian state.