Moshe Matsri a/k/a "Moshe the Religious" got a 32-year prison sentence in a federal court in Los Angeles, CA following his conviction on drug trafficking, money laundering and extortion charges as reported by Benjamin Oreskes for the Los Angeles Times:
Matsri was a known crime figure in the San Fernando Valley with deep ties to the Abergil organized crime family, according to prosecutors. The organization is based in Israel but conducts business around the world.
Earlier this year reputed boss Yitzhak Abergil was among dozens arrested by Israeli police "in what has been described as a major underworld bust" as reported by Stuart Winer for The Times of Israel: "Abergil, who is already in prison, is suspected of involvement in a failed attempt to target another top mobster, Zeev Rosenstein, over a decade ago in an attack that killed three bystanders." Yitzhak Abergil spent three years in a U.S. prison for his role in an ecstasy ring, and last year was booted back to the Promised Land to serve the remainder of his ten-year term.