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Anthony Graziano is Not Angry With His Mob Wives Daughters

Anthony Graziano is Not Angry With His Mob Wives Daughters

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Published by Joe Bruno
Even though his two daughters, Jennifer and Renee Graziano, are involved in the TV tell-all “Mob Wives,” reputed Bonnano crime family captain Anthony Graziano feels like it all water under the bridge. And despite the fact that Renee’s ex-husband Hector Pagan joined Team America and was instrumental in having Graziano arrested again, according to Graziano’s lawyer Patrick Parrotta, everything in hunky-dory in the Graziano household.
Even though his two daughters, Jennifer and Renee Graziano, are involved in the TV tell-all “Mob Wives,” reputed Bonnano crime family captain Anthony Graziano feels like it all water under the bridge. And despite the fact that Renee’s ex-husband Hector Pagan joined Team America and was instrumental in having Graziano arrested again, according to Graziano’s lawyer Patrick Parrotta, everything in hunky-dory in the Graziano household.

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Joe Bruno on the Mob – Anthony Graziano is Not Angry AnymoreWith His “Mob Wives” DaughtersEven though his two daughters, Jennifer and Renee Graziano, are involved in the TV tell-allMob Wives, reputed Bonnano crime family captain Anthony Graziano feels like it all water under the bridge. And despite the fact that Renee's ex-husband Hector Pagan joined Team America and wasinstrumental in having Graziano arrested again, according to Graziano's lawyer Patrick Parrotta,everything in hunky-dory in the Graziano household.Parrotta told the press at Graziano's arraignment in late January, “He (Graziano) does not holdwhat Hector did against his daughters.”And that's the way it should be. No matter what, blood is blood, and just because Pagan becamea scumbag of the first order, does not mean Graziano's daughters should be held responsible. Childrenmake mistakes, and if every time a daughter or son pissed off a father he stopped talking to them, no onewould be talking with anyone.Parrotta also brought up an interesting point in his interview with the
New York Daily News.
Despite the fact that Pagan began wearing a wire in August 2011, at the same time he was appearing inan episode of Mob Wives, Parrotta said he was unsure if the government directed him to go on the showas a way of “cozying up to the Grazianos.”The more I think of it, the more it starts to make sense. I wouldn't put it past the Feds to doanything legal they deemed necessary to put someone connected with organized crime behind bars. Andwhere ordering Pagan to infiltrate the Graziano's inner circle again is certainly legal, it still stinks to thehigh heavens.Remember one thing for sure. High profile arrests and convictions (and anyone associated withthe Mafia is certainly high profile) generate promotions and fame for the Feds -- agents and prosecutorsalike. And promotions mean more pay, and more pay means higher retirement benefits, or maybe afuture in politics, or a future judgeship ... so forth and so on.In the final analysis, it all comes down to cash and notoriety with the Feds. And putting awayanyone whom the Feds perceive as “the bad guys,” is just an added bonus.The only problem with that is, what if the Feds think you or I, unjustifiably, are the bad guys?Would they stop at nothing to put us in prison? It's happened before that certain people were railroaded by the law (Wall Street people and bankers during Giuliani's reign as DA of the Eastern District are a perfect example), only to emerge later that these people were innocent of the charges. Or at least foundnot guilty at trial. ( A little bit of both)Could the same thing happen to us?I hope not. But I'm not so sure.http://www.nydailynews.com/news/bonanno-big-anthony-graziano-a-mob-wives-daughter-married-a-rat-gangster-chipper-court-article-1.1014962
 
Bonanno big Anthony Graziano has a ‘Mob Wives’ daughter who was married to a rat, but gangster'schipper in courtWiseguy faces extortion trial based on wire worn by daughter's ex-husband Hector PaganBy John Marzulli / NEW YORK DAILY NEWSTuesday, January 31, 2012, 9:45 PMHIS LIFE may be a soap opera, but a top Bonanno gangster whose daughters hit the big-time with the“Mob Wives” reality show was all smiles at his arraignment Tuesday.Reputed capo Anthony (TG) Graziano pleaded not guilty to extortion charges based on secret tapesrecorded last year by his turncoat ex-son-in-law Hector Pagan.Pagan was married to Graziano’s daughter Renee, who stars in the VH1 show conceived by her sister Jennifer.Graziano, 71, waved to wife Veronica and daughter Lana, then greeted Brooklyn Magistrate Marilyn Goin court Tuesday.“Good afternoon, ya honor,” Graziano said.“Can you talk a little louder, I’m deaf in one ear.”“You look pretty good,” Go said.“What I got left,” Graziano said.Graziano was arrested last November while serving the last few months of a prior conviction in aBrooklyn halfway house. He is also named in the indictment unsealed last week against acting bossVincent (Vinny TV) Badalamenti and fellow capo Nicholas Santoro.Graziano’s lawyer Patrick Parrotta insisted all is well in the Graziano family despite Pagan’s treachery.“He does not hold what Hector did against his daughters,” Parrotta said outside court.The mobster’s mouthpiece said reports that Graziano was upset about the TV show were old news.“There’s no estrangement, everybody’s talking,” Parrotta said.While Graziano may be in plea negotiations, he would never ever consider cooperating with thegovernment, Parrotta insisted.Pagan began wearing a wire last August and also appeared in an episode of “Mob Wives” shot lastsummer, but Parrotta said he was unsure if the government directed him to go on the show as a way of cozying up to the Grazianos. jmarzulli@nydailynews.com

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