member of organized crime

See: racketeer
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Bridget Rohde, actingUS attorneyfor the eastern district of New York, said the heavy sentence held Asaro "accountable not only for using his power as a member of organized crime to address a perceived slight by another motorist but for a lifetime of violent criminal activity".
For 4 months, police have detained 23 member of organized crime groups in the south of Kyrgyzstan.
Maikish reassured the STA members that the system being considered should not involve a lengthy processing time and would only check workers status according to three criteria: Those found to be on the terrorist watch list; those convicted of a construction site related crime (including theft, or misuse of explosives); and those convicted of or known to be a member of organized crime.
He said he'd seen a case in which a teen-ager gained access to classified information and unwittingly gave it to a member of organized crime who was posing as another hacker.
However, unless you are a politician, an athlete, a movie star, or a member of organized crime, it is highly doubtful that the public will be beating down the door of the local probate court to review your will.
There is one instance that we cite in the report where in one of the conversations a member of organized crime is talking to another member of organized crime and he suggests that Attorney General Kennedy should be murdered.

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