Mobster Anthony 'Skinny' Santoro Denied Parole

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Jul/17/2017

Anthony "Skinny" Santoro, an alleged Staten Island mobster with ties to the Bonanno crime family, was denied bail last month according to reports.

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From the New York Daily News:

Anthony "Skinny" Santoro, who recently pleaded guilty to attempted enterprise corruption, is next eligible for parole in December 2018, said the source.

Santoro was recently sentenced to eight years in the murder of a Great Kills man but was already credited with time served. 

"I did what I did. I took responsibility for what I did," Santoro told the judge during his sentencing April in Manhattan Supreme Court. "I want to get on with my life, what's left of it."

Santoro and his co-defendants -- Vito Badamo, Nicholas Santora and Ernest Aiello -- were accused of enterprise corruption, including loansharking, gambling and drug dealing.

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