Paul Cherry, GAZETTE CRIME REPORTER
MONTREAL – Even reputed mob leaders need a vacation now and then and it appears Vito Rizzuto is doing just that as he boarded a flight at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport early Wednesday morning and appeared destined for a sunnier climate.
Sources have told The Gazette that Rizzuto, 66, appeared to be readying to board a flight to Punta Cana, a popular tourist destination in Dominican Republic at around 5:30 a.m. as he passed through the airport in Dorval. It is believed to be Rizzuto’s first time travelling outside of Canada since he was deported last year after having served a prison term in Colorado for his role in the 1981 deaths of three Mafia captains in Brooklyn, New York
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