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As first reported by Jerry Capeci in his Gang Land column, the Gambinos have chosen a new boss who will keep it low key.READ MORE: COVID Vaccine In New York: 16 State-Run Vaccination Sites Will Accept Walk-In Appointments For New Yorkers Over 60
According to the report, 64-year-old Sicilian-born Domenico Cefalu is the man. He reportedly lives with his mother in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn and actually works for a local bakery supply company.
Cornell reports Cefalu’s style is radically different from John Gotti’s: no fancy suits, no busy social club gatherings to attract the FBI and he’ll never flip. He has a reputation as a “stand up” wiseguy.MORE NEWS: New Rochelle High Schooler Accepted At 17 Colleges & Universities, Including 5 Ivy League Schools
Cefalu is out of prison on supervised release after doing time for heroin trafficking. Federal judge Jack Weinstein warned Cefalu that if he associates with known mobsters, he’ll be back in the slammer.