Amid little fanfare, one of New York's most powerful labor racketeers was packed off to an upstate federal prison this month to begin a six-and-a-half-year sentence for bribery and conspiracy. Only a single tabloid squib marked the occasion when Louis Moscatiello pled guilty to six counts of bribery and racketeering, including his participation in the Genovese crime family. Prosecutors said that Moscatiello, 67, served as the mob's point man in no less than three vital construction unions. He regulated who held top union posts, who got the best-paying jobs, and which contractors were allowed to cheat on wages and benefits, thus allowing them to win lucrative contracts by making... More >>>