Genovese family mobsters sentenced for gambling, extortion racket

By Gangsters Inc. Editors

Two alleged members of New York’s Genovese crime family were sentenced to prison last week. Both men - one a reputed Mafia captain, the other a soldier - had pleaded guilty to racketeering charges earlier this year after being charged in April 2022.

54-year-old Nicholas Calisi (photo above), who resides in Boca Raton, Florida, and holds the rank of capo in the Genovese family, according to prosecutors, was sentenced to 2 years behind bars on June 27, the New York Post reported. 48-year-old John Campanella, a reputed soldier in the Genovese family, was sentenced to 13 months in prison that same day.

The two wiseguys were busted alongside four other Genovese gangsters in April of last year. They include capo Ralph Balsamo, soldier Michael Messina and associates Michael Poli and Thomas Poli.

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