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RIP:Frank Calabrese dies in federal prison in North Carolina

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HICAGO – Chicago mobster Frank Calabrese Sr., a hit man who strangled victims and then slashed their throats to be sure they were dead, has died in a federal prison in North Carolina, authorities said.

Calabrese, 75, died Tuesday at the Butner Federal Medical Center, said Ed Ross, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Ross had no information on the cause of death, though Calabrese claimed at his sentencing in 2009 that he suffered from a host of ailments, including an enlarged heart.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/27/frank-calabrese-hit-man-for-chicago-mob-dies-at-75-in-federal-prison-in-north/#ixzz2GJ50vuYO

Can you RIP in Hell?

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Can you RIP in Hell?

Wouldn't bet on it.

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You wanna know about a real OG google Larry Hoover.

LOL - a glorified crack dealer or a true mafioso? wow

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