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 Anthony Spilotro FBI Files
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ANTHONY SPILOTRO FBI FILES

280 pages of files copied from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C., and archived on CD-ROM covering Anthony Spilotro. La Cosa Nostra enforcer Anthony Spilotro was well known for his involvement in organized crime in the 1970's and 1980's. Spilotro was the model for Joe Pesci's character, Nicky Santoro, in the Martin Scorsese film "Casino," starring Robert De Niro and Sharon Stone.

Tony "The Ant" Spilotro was sent to Las Vegas by the Chicago branch of La Cosa Nostra, known as the "Outfit," after proving his skills at conducting mob business. Often with the use of an ice pick or the placing of someone's head in a vise.

In June, 1986, he and his brother Michael Spilotro were victims of a gangland-style slaying and were buried in an Indiana cornfield. An autopsy performed on their severely beaten bodies, identifiable only through dental records, recovered sand in the Spilotro brothers' lungs, evidencing that they were buried alive.

Files contain approximately 180 narrative pages. Memos show FBI discovery of plans by Spilotro to kill Jimmy "The Weasel" Fratianno. Files chiefly contain cursory information about a late 70's, early 80's interstate transportation of stolen goods investigation and prosecution.
 

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