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More closing arguments in Philly mob case

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A 13-year FBI probe and subsequent racketeering indictment against seven reputed Philadelphia mobsters was built on unreliable testimony and weak evidence about trivial crimes because investigators came up empty-handed, defense attorneys said Friday. "They weren't just investigating," Gregory Pagano, representing alleged mob capo Anthony "Ant" Staino Jr., said in his closing...

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