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The alleged Lucchese gangster Vincent Bruno is shown here in a photo with his 95-year-old grandmother. It was presented as evidence in a recent trial in White Plains, New York

Shocking surfaces of renowned Lucchese gangster showing him robbing in front of the camera with his 95-year-old grandmother and & # 39; 20 or so pounds & # 39; or marijuana

  • The image was introduced as evidence during a trial in White Plains, New York
  • The photo shows the alleged Lucchese gangster Vincent Bruno and his grandmother
  • Bruno and his grandmother pose for around £ 20 pot
  • Mafia gymnast Anthony Zoccolillo said he took the photo before Bruno was sent to prison for a drug trafficking case in 2012
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A photo has surfaced showing an alleged Lucchese gangster posing for a sweet snapshot with his 95-year-old gran – and around 20 pounds of pot.

The shocking image would have been taken by Mafia turncoat Anthony Zoccolillo sometime before it was assumed that Lucchese gangster Vincent Bruno was sent to jail for a 2012 drug deal, wrote Jerry Capeci, according to Gang Land News, New York Post.

The image shows Bruno with his left arm wrapped around the shoulder of his walker's grandmother and holding a vacuum bag with marijuana in his right hand.

The alleged Lucchese gangster Vincent Bruno is shown here in a photo with his 95-year-old grandmother. It was presented as evidence in a recent trial in White Plains, New York

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The alleged Lucchese gangster Vincent Bruno is shown here in a photo with his 95-year-old grandmother. It was presented as evidence in a recent trial in White Plains, New York

There is a photo of Audrey Hepburn in the background. And in the foreground are at least 11 gigantic bags with pots.

Gang Country News reported that the photo was shown as evidence during a recent trial in White Plains, New York, of which Zoccolillo testified during. He would have claimed that there were 20 kilos of marijuana in those bags.

& # 39; What kind of gangster poses his elderly grandmother with his drugs? & # 39; Capeci wrote.

According to Capeci, Bruno & # 39; s grandmother wrote a letter to his criminal court in the year the photo was taken, in which he argued for a lighter sentence.

Bruno's grandmother allegedly wrote in the letter: & # 39; I miss my grandson so much. & # 39;

Mafia gymnast Anthony Zoccolillo (photo) claimed that he took the photo before Bruno was sent away in a drug trafficking case

Mafia gymnast Anthony Zoccolillo (photo) claimed that he took the photo before Bruno was sent away in a drug trafficking case

Zoccolillo (photo) claimed that there was about 20 pounds of marijuana in the photo
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Zoccolillo (photo) claimed that there was about 20 pounds of marijuana in the photo

Mafia gymnast Anthony Zoccolillo (photo) claimed that he had taken the photo before Bruno was sent away in a drug trafficking case. He estimated there were about 20 pounds of marijuana there

She added that Bruno & # 39; may have made mistakes, but he is a good person & # 39; and asked the judge for & # 39; please find it in your heart to condemn him at the bottom, so maybe I have my grandson back at home. & # 39;

In the 2012 case, prosecutors allegedly admitted that although Bruno did take care of his grandmother, he also & # 39; exposed his grandmother to large amounts of marijuana and the associated risk & # 39; s & # 39 ;.

It is said that an unnamed, experienced Mafia lawyer told Capeci that the snapshot of Bruno, grandmother and abundant amounts of pot & # 39; is the worst image I have seen in all the years I have been doing this & # 39 ;.

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Zoccolillo testified during a lawsuit against racketeering of conspiracies against four alleged Lucchese gangsters, former acting Lucchese crime boss Michael Madonna, his second commander Steven Crea Sr. and assistants Christopher Londonio and Terrence Caldwell.

Madonna is accused of ordering the hit in 2013 on the infamous Purple Gang leader Michael Meldish after refusing to repay a $ 100,000 loan, according to prosecutors.

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