Israel extends detention of ‘Iran hitman’ in Cyprus

Cyprus has extended custody for a man Israel alleges was hired by Iran to assassinate its citizens

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Anthony Ruggiano Jr on Being a Hitman for the Gambino Mafia (Full Interview)

Former Gambino hitman Anthony Ruggiano came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, where he spoke about his family’s history with the notorious crime family and when he came to be involved. During the conversation, Anthony detailed getting involved at 16 despite his father warning him that there was a high probability of him doing jail time. Anthony then spoke about catching charges in his 20s and being around former Gambino boss John Gotti. To hear more, including Anthony speaking about cooperating with the feds, hit the above clip.

Alex Murdaugh Surrenders To Authorities After Hitman Plot

Prominent South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh surrendered to authorities and was booked and charged with insurance fraud, conspiracy to commit insurance fraud, and filing a false police report. A judge ruled Murdaugh could return to rehab on a $20,000 bond without GPS. » Subscribe to NBC News:
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Alex Murdaugh Surrenders To Authorities After Hitman Plot

A dead housekeeper and a hitman: Murdaugh family mystery gets more strange

Alex Murdaugh, the South Carolina lawyer whose wife and son were shot and killed in June, plans to voluntarily surrender to police on charges related to a subsequent insurance fraud scheme, his lawyer told CNN.
According to court documents, Murdaugh arranged for a former client to kill him so that his surviving son could collect a life insurance payout of about $10 million.
One of Murdaugh’s lawyers, Jim Griffin, told CNN that they have been informed an arrest warrant has been issued for Murdaugh on charges of conspiracy to commit insurance fraud. Murdaugh plans to voluntarily surrender at the Hampton County jail by 2 p.m., according to Griffin.
Murdaugh was shot in the head on a roadway September 4 but survived. A family spokesperson had previously blamed the shooting on an unidentified man in a blue truck. However, Murdaugh admitted to authorities Monday that he had conspired with a man — identified by police as Curtis Edward Smith — to kill him as part of the scheme, according to an affidavit to support charges against Smith.
Murdaugh decided to end his own life but believed his life insurance policy had a suicide exclusion, his other attorney Dick Harpootlian said, and that the scheme "was an attempt on his part to do something to protect" his eldest and only living child.
Additionally, state investigators have announced the opening of two other investigations regarding the 2015 unsolved death of a teen as well as the 2018 death of the Murdaugh family’s housekeeper.
The killings of his wife and son on June 7 have not been solved, and Murdaugh has denied responsibility.

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Lucchese Mafia Hitman Frankie Pasqua Tells His Violent Life Story (Full Interview)

In this VladTV exclusive, Frankie Pasqua detailed his time as a former hitman for the Lucchese crime family. As a third-generation mobster, he explained why his family started with the Gambinos before switching to the Lucchese. Despite studying pre-med in college, Pasqua soon dropped out and helped run a prostitution ring in addition to providing protection for one of the Bonanno family’s biggest drug dealers. He described his time in prison and his torture tactics and hits as a hitman. Pasqua also described how his father snitched on him before he himself ended up cooperating with the feds. After cooperating, Pasqua avoided a life sentence and served five years in prison due to drug charges. Check out the above interview to hear him describe his time as a mafia hitman.

Lucchese Hitman Frank Pasqua on Grandfather Part of French Connection, 80% of Heroin to US (Part 1)

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In the first clip of Frankie Pasqua’s interview with VladTV, the former hitman for the Lucchese crime family talked about his upbringing as a third-generation mobster. While his grandfather was a made man, he was never made despite being involved in "the life" since he was 14. He talked about his grandfather being involved with the French Connection, which was responsible for bringing in 80 percent of the heroin in the United States. He also revealed that his mother prevented him from establishing a relationship with his grandfather and claimed mobsters frowned on selling cocaine but accepted heroin.

Anthony Raimondi on His Mob Hitman Father Part of Killing Joe Gallo & Albert Anastasia (Part 2)

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In this clip, Anthony Raimondi opened up about his father becoming a hitman for the mob after coming home from WWII, and he estimated that his father killed roughly 40 people. After speaking about his father being an animal lover, Anthony stated that his father took part in hits on Joe Gallo and Albert Anastasia. To hear more, including why he thinks "The Irishman" is untrue, hit the above clip.

‘Hitman’ Trump: DC Officer Suggests Trump Started MAGA Riot As Probe Kicks Off

The first hearing for the House select committee investigating the January 6th Capitol Hill riot featured emotional testimony from four Capitol Police officers attacked by alleged “Trump-inspired” rioters. MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber discusses the need for accountability and the committee’s full subpoena power. (This interview is from MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber, a news show covering politics, law and culture airing nightly at 6pm ET on MSNBC.
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Hitman Holla on How He Got His Name, Drake’s Battle Rap Potential (Flashback)

In this VladTV Flashback from 2018, Hitman Holla detailed the meaning behind his name, and he also shared his thoughts on why he thinks battle rap went stagnant during its rise to the mainstream. He explained that a lot of the top talent was seeking more money, and in return, more rappers were added into the mix to fill the holes for rappers holding out for more money.