A drive-by shooter in Hamilton, ON Canada has riddled the home of reputed boss Pat Musitano from the 'Ndrangheta or Calabrian Mafia with multiple bullets as reported by the National Post:
Pasquale Musitano, known as Pat, is the eldest of three sons born to Mafia boss Dominic Musitano, who forged the clan into one of three Mafia families that ran Hamilton's underworld for decades. Dominic died of natural causes in 1995 and Pat Musitano is seen as his successor.
Last month Pat's younger brother Angelo was "gunned down in the driveway of his suburban Hamilton home" as then reported by the National Post:
In 1998, police detectives arrested Musitano and his brother Pat, charging them with ordering the high-profile murder of John "Johnny Pops" Papalia, the top-ranked Mafia boss in the province who was known as the Enforcer for his fearsome power and demeanor. In 2000, the Musitano brothers were sentenced to 10 years in prison under a plea deal that saw them plead guilty instead of conspiring to murder Papalia's right-hand man, Carmen Barillaro of Niagara Falls, who was shot by the same hit man. The charges in Papalia's death were dropped under the deal. Musitano was released from prison in 2007.
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