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A  mobbed up  ex-union chief convicted of conspiring with a Genovese Crime Family capo to keep a rival union local from organizing, only got a slap on  the wrist at his sentencing

By John Marzulli,

It was a bittersweet sentence for a reputed Genovese mob associate convicted of conspiring to keep a rival union local from organizing workers at a Long Island chocolate factory.

Robert Scalza, 60, the former secretary treasurer of Local 713 of the International Brotherhood of Trade Unions, will serve six months of house arrest at his Manhasset home instead of the one year behind bars that he faced.

But Scalza lost his lucrative $260,000-a-year post and is barred from holding any union position for three years.

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NY Daily News


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