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THE AMEX AND THE MAFIA

October 6, 2012

CERTIFIED MAIL  Z 303 684 523

RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

 

                                                                                    Edward Manfredonia

                                                                                    8337 St. James Avenue

                                                                                    Apt. 4B

                                                                                    Elmhurst, New York 11373

                                                                                    12 September 1997

 

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Att:  Legal Division

26 Federal Plaza

New York, N Y 10278

 

Dear Sir:

 

ALAN UMBRIA

 

Several weeks ago I met with a friend who is an investment banker.  During our conversation I mentioned the restaurant, The Court of The Three Sisters, and Alan Umbria.  This individual was shocked.  He stated that before its closure, he was a frequent patron of The Court of the Three Sisters.  (As I recall, he had once mentioned to me that it was a mob hangout.)

 

This individual is friendly with Alan Umbria.  He stated that Alan Umbria is a front for the Mafia-and that Umbria has regularly boasted of his close ties  to the Mafia. 

 

This individual also stated that the reason for the closing of the restaurant was not financial difficulties, but he refused to divulge the reasons.

 

This individual also stated that Umbria’s membership on the AMEX is a front for the Mafia.

 

Fifteen years ago this individual told me that Rooney Pace, a brokerage house, was fronting for mob issues.  He also informed me that a fellow by the name of Petruzzi (spelling approximate) was a member of the Mafia.  Petruzzi is currently serving time and has been convicted of racketeering involving the construction of the Newark Monorail.

 

It would be nice to see Umbria arrested and charged with racketeering. 

 

                                                                                    Sincerely,

 

 

                                                                                    Edward Manfredonia

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