Aliases: Jeffrey Shaw and Jay Shaw
Alleged: Associations: New England Mafia
See: Document 1585, under United States v. Ponzo, Criminal Number: S-97-40009-NMG. (District of Massachusetts, United States District Court/Boston). in support.See SUPERSEDING INDICTMENT.Page 1 through 42.
Enrico “RICO” Ponzo was a North end native who was on the run since 1994 until he was caught in Marsing Idaho on a farm after 17 years on the run. Accused with trying to kill Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme Sr
.Boss of the New England Italian Mafia in 1989 and excess of other charges.
Ponzo starts trial in United States District Court District of Massachusetts Boston on October 7th, 2013, in front of Judge: Nathaniel M. Gorton
, United States District Court Judge. with a wealth of information generated from both of Vincent Marino’s
trials in 1998 and 1999 loaded with corruption from FBI
,Assistant United States Attorney’s: Auerhahn
and Young, and Witnesses Publicly known Mele
, Arceiro. Also Bufolli whom worked for Bulger
making $100,000 a week in the book making business, All of the information is publicly known . However covered up by the United States Department of Justice
since June 16th, 1989, well over 23 years as the public records so supports.
Ponzo seeks and adopts documents Marino
requested in: Marino v. Department of Justice
, et al., civil action #12-cv-865-RMC. (District of Columbia); Marino v. United States Attorney’s Office District of Massachusetts, et al., civil action #12-cv-872-RMC. (District of Columbia) concerning specifically: John “Smiley” Mele’s
debriefing with officer of the Court: James E. Costello
a Boston Attorney which Mele
states on both video and audio tapes consensually recorded by Costello
describing in great detail that both Frank Salemme Sr.
and Frank Salemme Jr., have extorted him, threatened to kill him and Laface etc. in 1988-1989, just before Salemme
was shot on June 16, 1989.Moreover, Mele
and Augustus “Gus” Laface were both caught on audio tape recorded by FBI
informants in June and July of 1989 discussing the conspiracy to kill both Salemme’s for ripping off their drugs worth over $80,000 and extorting them and threatening to kill them. Mele
and Laface went on to stating on the audio tape that they are currently in possession of AK-47′s automatic weapons equipped with silencers which they plan to use to kill off both the Salemme’s.
This crucial FBI
audio tape was concealed at the investigating 1997 Federal Grand Jury, the 1998 and 1999 Jury trials of Marino
, and in all post conviction appeals of Marino
and now concerning Marino
’s codefendant: Enrico “RICO” Ponzo’s October 7th, 2013, jury trial.This core exculpatory material Brady
, Giles and Giglio evidence supports egregious governmental misconduct, governmental grand jury abuse, and supports a motion to dismiss with prejudice the June 16th, 1989 Salemme
attempted murder depicted as predicate racketeering Act-A2
in Counts One
RICO and Count Two RICO conspiracy charged against Marino
The FBI raided Rico’s farm house in Idaho.
seized Firearms, $102,000 cash and 65,000 in gold coins.Most people in Boston thought Rico was gone and never coming back. There was a lot of people, including some of his alleged co-conspirators, who wanted Rico dead.Ponzo is currently being held without bail, He pleaded not guilty to 10 charges, including racketeering conspiracy, conspiracy to murder multiple individuals in aid of racketeering, three counts of using and carrying a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence, assault with a dangerous weapon and alleged attempted murder of Joseph C. Cirame on September 16, 1994. Rico is also charged with conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute cocaine, as well as extortion and extortion conspiracy.
Vincent M. Marino‘s codefendant Enrico “Rico” Ponzo was sentenced to 28 years in prison. He was convicted of all 18 counts compared to Marino being convicted of three counts, One of which was dismissed by both the government and court during Marino’s RICO JURY Trial .According to 18 U.S.C. Section 3553 (a)(6) Disparity in Sentencing which states in relevant part that similar situated persons should be sentenced similar.Thus, according to that Marino should not have received more than 10 years.Marino is working on getting his codefendants Sentencing and VERDICT FORM, to file a Disparity Motion.
In articulating the factual context of the case, the district courts and Appeals Courts failed to adhere to the axiom that in ruling on a motion for Summary Judgment “[t]he evidence of the case as to the non-movant (Marino ) is to be believed, and all justifiable inferences be drawn in his favor.”See Anderson v. Liberty Lobby Inc., 477 U.S. 242, 255 (1986), for that reason the Supreme Court VACATE its decision and remand the case for further proceedings consistent with the Supreme Court’s opinion. See also Tolan v. Cotton, No. 13-551 S.Ct. May 5th, 2014, in support.