Joe Bruno on the Mob – Rat Pagan May Be Implicated in a Murder

 

February 14, 2012

They say what comes around goes around.

http://www.amazon.com/Mobsters-Gangs-Crooks-Creeps-ebook/dp/B0058J44QO/ref=zg_bs_11010_1

It looks like Hector Junior Pagan, resident rat of the popular VHI show “Mob Wives,” could be facing a murder rap, even though he became an informant whose actions resulted in the arrests of several alleged mob figures, including his former father-in-law Anthony Graziano.

According to the below article in the NY Post, Pagan, who allegedly secretly began wearing a wire around the same time he was appearing in cameos on “Mob Wives,” allegedly took part in the robbery-murder of James Donovan, a Luchese family associate, in the Gravesend section of Brooklyn in July 2010. According to the Post, “attorneys Ronald Fischetti and Eric Franz (who are representing Vincent “Vinny TV” Badalamenti) wrote to Brooklyn federal prosecutors, asking for information about Pagan’s role in the Donavan murder.”

Baldalmenti is one of the alleged mob figures that Pagan secretly taped, and those tapes are one of the reasons Baldalmenti was arrested in late January.

Pagan is the ex-husband of “Mob Wives” star Renee Graziano, who says she was as surprised as anyone when it was revealed Pagan had become an informant. Renee has recently denounced Pagan and says she supports her father “100 percent.”

The kicker here is, even though Pagan may have been promised a reduced sentence for his cooperation, he was most likely under obligation to reveal every crime he had committed in the past to get that deal. If Pagan didn’t reveal his role in the Donavan murder and it can be proven that he indeed was involved, his deal with the government could go right out the window.

Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.

 

The article below can be seen at:

           

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/reality_star_slay_link_SmFfwJB6xSuPNWYubW3UuI

The ex-husband of “Mob Wives” star Renee Graziano may have to answer for a Mafia murder carried out just months before he assumed a featured role in the show, sources told The Post.

Hector Pagan, then a Bonanno crime family associate, took part in the robbery-murder of James Donovan, a Luchese family associate, in the Gravesend section of Brooklyn in July 2010, according to sources and official documents.

Roughly a year later — while the VH1 reality series was still taping — Pagan secretly became a DEA informant and taped wiseguys.

On Friday, attorneys Ronald Fischetti and Eric Franz wrote to Brooklyn federal prosecutors, asking for information about Pagan’s role in the murder.

They represent Bonanno senior ruling panel member Vincent “Vinny TV” Badalamenti, whose arrest last month resulted in part from conversations secretly recorded by Pagan.

http://www.josephbrunowriter.com/joe-bruno-books.html

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6 Responses to “Joe Bruno on the Mob – Rat Pagan May Be Implicated in a Murder”

  1. Id rather pull my teeth out one by one then to watch Renee “AKA Lunatic” cry, scream aggghh…and whats up with big Ang…This is some crazy shit!!

  2. Nonya Dambusiness Says:

    The old guard were men of honor. I’m glad my grandfather passed away when he did so he did not have to see the fall of the empire. So very sad.

    PS Free Frankie Loc

  3. Frank Castanza Says:

    For some time now On the streets people are talking openly and want to find out information about that someone was takeing there pictures every were they go! But then they could be the cops or feds, And also found out that Richard Brown Queens Da’s office probed a robbery investigation linked togeather few years ago before the Wall Street Journal published this story link below here are the commets from the WSJ….. That of In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Ferris said he gave Mr. Garguilo $500,000, not $250,000, that he had taken from his ex-girlfriend and mother of his child. Mr. Garguilo didn’t return a call for comment. Some were named being as part of past robbery before this story broke, but they were never brought in for questioning or arrested and they are aware of a investigation probe. Mr. Gargulio didnt want to talk for comment that means and shows he’s guilty and hideing something and knows alot more about that and operation tax grab, And he never gave back the $500,000 the cop said, And he refuse to talk to a top reporter of the Wall Street Journal! this should go to the Grand juries and they can use the court’s power to subpoena evidence for a indictment. Link: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390443343704577551424218831592.html

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