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La Cosa Nostra under fire as alleged Philadelphia mafia members 'Joey Electric,' 'Tony Meatballs,' 13 others indicted

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Fifteen alleged members of a crime family based in Philadelphia face federal racketeering and related charges, prosecutors said.

A superseding indictment revealed on Monday that the fifteen alleged crime associates of the crime family La Cosa Nostra were accused of racketeering conspiracy, illegal gambling, loansharking, and drug trafficking, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Philadelphia.

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