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The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Curly on Mon Apr 07, 2014 4:27 am

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Chapter 1: Origins


"Happy" in 1996 before indicted on violations of the RICO act.

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Age 39, Photo taken in 1996



April, 2013, Arnold Bellomo gets released from Vernon C. Bain Correctional facility on parole, after serving a 16 year prison sentence in violation of the RICO act. Arnold Bellomo's history trails back to a glorified crew under his uncle's reign as boss in the Genovese Crime Family. After being released, Arnold returned back to his original hometown of Belmont where he was visited by enforcers of his uncle. Due to some uncivil disloyalty, Arnold Bellomo was instructed by his captain Eugene Borsellino to open up shop in Los Santos. Shortly after Arnold Bellomo's arrival to Los Santos, he was indicted on charges of murder in the second degree while out on parole and immediately put back in prison. Arnold Bellomo made his face and presence known in Los Santos before he was indicted. During this murder charge, it was argued that he was involved in the execution of a man for allegedly trying to "raise the price on a house" for Arnold. Due to his past, he was held on an impossible, five hundred thousand dollars bail. In April, 2014, his lawyer, David Speigelhagen convinced the courts that he was there during the time of the murder but was there against his will. Further investigation was done and although his fingerprints were on the kitchen sink at the crime scene, a witness to the murder plead guilty and took the fall for Bellomo's involvement, as the murderer. He also lied and admitted that "Bellomo was kidnapped and brought to that location to witness the murder for the suspect's own sick and personal gain." Not soon after, Bellomo was released back out on parole.


"Happy" on trial in 2014 after being released on parole and jailed again under alleged parole violations
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Age 56, photo taken in 2014



Upon Bellomo's release, he met up with most of his old counterparts from a year prior, setting up shop. Bellomo started his crew with Paul Argenzenio, Craig Porco, Walter Funicello and Lawrence Borgesi, All associated members of the inducted Genovese soldier. Arnold Bellomo instructed Paul Argenzenio to take out a lease on what became a mob hot spot in East Los Santos called, "The Brickhouse." It was known for it's occasional scuffles and bar fights between a number of criminal entities such as biker gangs, bloods, crips and Spanish gangs. The public asked why, such a brand new bar automatically involved in neighborhood violence. Well, "The Brickhouse" was known for it's rumors around the East Side of the city for being "connected" as society would call it. The rumors alleged that "The Brickhouse" had ties to America's most famous criminal phenomenon, La Cosa Nostra, modernly referred to as "The Mafia" or "The Italian Mob." The FBI noted that East Los Santos' most notorious gangsters frequented the bar to have a meeting with "Happy" who the FBI suspected to be Paul Argenzenio at one time. Wiretaps let out that "Happy" did business with old and new up and comers in East Los Santos such as "White" "Ruskie" "Zippy" "Spleen" "Tez" "Herp" "Wild" "Black" "Joker" "Bozo" "Rasta" "Porky" and many more renowned underworld names from April through June. So on suspicion, Paul Agrenzenio was charged with felonious racketeering due to associating with known undesirables. Paul was locked up and held on an unreasonably high amount of bail. Once the FBI realized that "Paul Argenzenio" does not go by the name "Happy" they were forced to drop the charges, but instead indicted him on Tax Evasion and took away the "Brickhouse's" lease.

In June, another local mob hot spot opened up just around the corner, still in East Los Santos. This time, it was a deli, called "Meathead's Deli." Meathead's started off as a hole in the wall Deli that the locals were again confused about, due to the immense amount of Caucasian guys just trotting up and down the hard living, gang infested East Los Santos. The public started to wonder "Why aren't these men being attacked by local gang members?" or the typical "Why haven't they moved out yet?" People started to put two and two together and realize that this wasn't some ordinary group of visitors or tourists, these men were here to stay as two or three people formed into groups of five or six on the street corners. In August, a renowned SD officer disappeared in East Los Santos, reported last seen in Meathead's Deli. The FBI continues to investigate that as a murder, as they lack an immense amount of evidence to blame employee's at Meathead's for it. The rumors went viral on the street and more and more up and coming crews began to become stationary around Bellomo and his cronies. New names like "Mazzy" "Gio, " "Lou" "Franco" and many more up and coming renowned criminal underworld names are arising in routine wiretaps.






Reporter Ann Hastling asks FBI Agent Daniel Palmer about his experience in investigating Arnold Bellomo since his 2014 release in April.



Hastling: "Good afternoon Agent Palmer, thanks for joining us this afternoon. I wanted to ask you a few questions about Arnold Bellomo, maybe get some opinions or thoughts on how you feel about him now that he's out. From what we understand you've been investigating Bellomo and dealing with his arrival, locals claim he's taken a new approach and leads a square life now. How do you feel about that, do you believe that?"

Palmer: "Yeah, Hi Ann, thanks for having me- ugh... Yeah, Arnold Bellomo's track record pretty much proves he's nothing but an overzealous, glorified thug. I don't see how a guy like Arnold Bellomo could ever lead a common lifestyle after everything he's been through and done in his life. From what I understand and from what sources told us back from Vernon C. Bain is that he's very short tempered and he's typically very abusive and violent. I wish him luck with leading a square life but I doubt it'd go very far."

Hastling: "Wow, so basically what you're saying is Arnold Bellomo, even though he's served his time and even though he's finished his punishment, you would agree he's most likely still up to any of his old antics before the RICO charge back in 1997?"

Palmer: "Well... we don't know. We're not allowed to really make comments on how we think he's doing, or what we think he's doing. Obviously I mean- he's trying to straighten himself out but I just stray away from the fact that he's going to be "good" or "behaved" now that he's out of Vernon C. Bain. Again... I wish him luck, but I don't know."

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Chapter 2: "Eat with us or starve."


Over the course of 6 months, Arnold Bellomo has made a name for himself alongside of the big time up and comers who served under him during his starting era. Aroldo Bianco, Vincent Cassesso, Walter Funicello and Riccardo Arrigoni, both old and new members have climbed their way up the ranks. Arnold receives word from Eugene Borsellino that the Genovese Crime Family gives Arnold Bellomo the blessing to start his new beginning in Los Santos as the boss of his own organization. With backing from the Genovese Crime Family, Arnold Bellomo inducts the following members into his family:

- Aroldo Bianco: Toronto born but raised in New Jersey, Bianco had been involved within the Local 1235 Longshoremen Union of Port Newark from the age of sixteen well into his mid-twenties. He was speculated with being in-charge of many "No Show" jobs and "Ghost Payrolls" of undocumented workers due to his management position within the union. It's believed that he work hand in hand with various factions linked to Organized Crime and La Cosa Nostra in the New Jersey tri-state to infiltrate the Local 1235 for it's financial gain. After a 2011 RICO trial where Bianco was to be tried for crimes held under the RICO Act such as follows; Embezzlement of Union funds, Bribery and Extortion of Union Officials, Bribery Blackmail and Extorion of Government Officials. Charges were later dropped due insufficient evidence and lack of witness statements. He later resigned from his position in 2012. In the spring of 2014 he moved to Los Santos where he became involved with Arnold Bellomo, it's believed that Bianco manages the bookkeeping and maintains operations for Arnold Bellomo. Rumors and tales speculate that Aroldo Bianco had a hand in the death Pat DiGeronimo, son of former Munnichese Organization's streetboss, Gerald DiGeronimo. No one has admitted to Biancos connection within the death of DiGeronimo. They say he is the damage control for the organization.

- Vincent Cassesso: Born and raised in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Vincent Cassesso was tranferred into Bellomo's crew as a favor to a Cosa Nostra affiliate of Arnold's. Adamo Perconti ran a crew in Red Hook. Vincent Cassesso used to earn for Perconti before he enlisted in the USMC and got deployed to Afghanistan.. Vincent returned and Perconti deemed him a liability in Red Hook. Arnold agree'd to look after Vincent, and Vincent proved to be just the opposite of a liability in Los Santos. Vincent worked his way up from associate to captain in Bellomo's organization. Rumor has it that Vincent suffers from PTSD and anxiety, but is serious business in Bellomo's organization due to his loyalty.

- Walter Funicello: Miami-born, Walter Funicello came to Los Santos when he was 30. For fifteen years, Walter Funicello earned his way up the ranks in Los Santos' "Belmont Borgata" in connection to Samuele Nostriano. Walter was left without a family to earn for after Nostriano fled Los Santos in search for a peaceful quiet life out of prison. Funicello performed a number of tasks for Arnold and has been rumored to be an extremely close, loyal friend of Arnold's.

- Riccardo Arrigoni: Off the boat from Northern Italy, Riccardo Arrigoni sought refuge in America where he met Arnold Bellomo. After meeting people involved in Bellomo's organization, Riccardo made quite a name for himself due to his diplomatic and bright personality. People say that Riccardo is exceptionally high up in the ranks, dealing in family advisory and management.


Over the course of time the network grew larger and larger. Today, new crews and groups from all over the city are lining up to do business with Arnold and set up healthy relationships with him and his leaders and loyalists. Word on the street is, Arnold does business with a number of other bosses in the city. They say he is well known and well connected. Hated by most, loved by few, respected by all. By the day, new comers have been lining up to impress Arnold Bellomo and his team of loyal members to be able to consider themselves as "part of the family." New members are being inducted into the society under the supervision and advisory under Los Santos' Cosa Nostra. By the day, The Arnold Bellomo network grows wider and more prosperous. The activity expands all throughout East Los Santos. Lately, the Arnold Bellomo network has been seen expanding further East towards the beach, waiting for their expansion to be fulfilled and living the every day lifestyle to cater to natural born money makers.

On the streets, anyone who dealt with Arnold over the course of his six month introduction to the city has heard his favorite motto. Agreeably, it has motivated many other groups and factions to remain supportive behind him. His notorious words from Cosa Nostra bosses, biker club president's down to simple street gang leaders were: "Eat with us or starve." What he implied when using this phrase in every single moment he used it, was basically "If you don't do business with us now, you will never ever do business with us. Ever." People treated such a proposal with respect, considering the streets were drying up on guns and drugs since before his arrival. Using this technique of motivation, he managed to survive one full scale war, two small-scale wars, two stubborn police officers and a countless amount of unreliable rats and "runarounders" all using his alliances and connections. After a while, Bellomo was the guy people would go to for diplomatic relief. To end wars. To step in when things get out of hand. As time went on, Bellomo and his group of loyalists became more than just "business men." They became mediators and labeled themselves and their allies as "Hero's" of Los Santos's Eastern criminal underworld. Today, they are still alive and well, operating in the shadows as they should be.




Associates businesses:

Meathead's Deli: Located in East Los Santos, Cedar Avenue.
Spankie's Spa: Located in East Los Santos, Saints Boulevard.
Borselino's Seafood Restaurant: Located in Santa Maria, Fishing pier.
The Big Tomato Bar and Grill: Located in Gilmore Avenue, Idlewood.


OOC Information:



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The Bellomo Crime Network aims to portray the behaviors of modern day La Cosa Nostra members individually. This faction aims to teach people who don't know how to roleplay a mafia character, to learn how to roleplay a mafia character using IC tactics and methods we've learned as leaders. In order to join this faction, you need to have a good understanding on the English language and an even better understanding of the LSRP rules, rules of engagement, faction rules, in game rules and teamspeak rules. Our IG system ensures that the teaching gets done properly as we engage in regular traditions like tribute, weekly meetings and horrific violence. Take note that this faction focuses primarily on faction as well as character development. That means if your character gets beaten, cursed at or embarrassed in this faction, it is for IC reasons and should never be for any reasons but that, don't let it discourage you. All issues with each other are to remain in character. OOC misconduct will result in correction, reprimand or even consequence. Please refrain from being mean, trollish or otherwise especially with each other. Mainly, enjoy your experience here.

Any screenshots on our thread are not to be metagamed. Please and thank you. 8)

This is not FBI information. This is just story and background behind our faction. Any information the FBI has would only be on Arnold Bellomo, brought up in this here story. All the rest have to have their information obtained ICly.




Our personal policy on CK Agreements:





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The minute you join this faction, you should ask to be part of the usergroup from one of the leaders of this faction. Or perhaps your soldier, or captain. Ask your soldier how you can become part of the usergroup forum.

In simpler terms:

If you don't submit your CK agreement to us on this thread, as you are part of the usergroup, you can't yet consider yourself a faction member.

Submit your CK agreement here! (If you have already been added to he usergroup)
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All CK's will be kept IC, nobody should ever CK someone because of OOC issues or uncivilities. Doing so will result in serious in character scrutiny and possible in character consequences.

CK policy:

-Upon becoming a wannabe in the faction, you will be asked to submit your CK agreement in our usergroup.
-Roleplayers give their CK permission to the faction, not to the individual.
-Associates can not be CK'd without Captain or Administrative permission/orders IC.
-Soldiers can not be CK'd without leader (Boss,Underboss,Consigliere) permission/orders IC.
-Leaders can not be whacked without IC permission from all other family members, soldiers and up. All of them.

PROOF WILL ALWAYS BE ASKED FOR.


-No CK's will be issued for out of character reasons. If you let your OOC incompetence leak out into your character, that's your fault. Not ours.

-If you get CK'd from this faction, you are not kicked out of the faction. All it means is, that character's dead. It doesn't mean we don't like having you around OOCly, we will never push you away from us, no matter how many times you get CK'd. There will always be an opportunity to get back up and try again.




How to join.



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Since we're very oriented on development, usually you start from bottom to top in this faction. So as you'd imagine, one of the best ways to get in contact with us is to ask for a legal job. Usually we ask people to fill out an "application" RPly before you're hired. A few days to a few weeks will go by. You will start to witness and hear more things regarding criminal activity. It's your character's choice to keep your mouth shut and roll with it or possibly turn statements in the future. We encourage all new members or joining members to focus on developing a character personality rather than a status on the street.

Businesses:
Meatheads Deli on Cedar Avenue in East Los Santos. (The East Side.)
The Big Tomato Bar and Grill on Gilmore Avenue in Idlewood. (South Central)
Borsellino's Seafood Restaurant on the fishing pier in Santa Maria. (The West Side.)



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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Curly on Mon Apr 07, 2014 4:27 am

The Belmont Connection

SACF, LCN prison crew.


According to history, it never mattered if you were good, great or amazing at what you did. It was always about how you did it, how long you did it and how well you did it. In the life of a gangster, you're either one of two things. You're either a rat, or you're a stand up guy. Guys on the street who go away for a long time, they serve their time and they keep their mouth shut about their organizations, mostly. These men are referred to as "stand up" guys. Guys who don't rat nobody out, and take responsibility for the fact they were caught in the act of breaking the law. Nowadays, in the American Cosa Nostra, the old "code of silence" has started to die out with the new generation of weaselly, snaky-eyed gangsters. Unfortunately for the "rats," their days become numbered and eventually die whether it be the next day, the next week or the next few decades. In Cosa Nostra, prison is where legends go to die. Like many of the fallen operatives, prison is usually the end result of a life of crime, alongside death and retirement, which ends well for only very few. Prison is where the fallen "heroes" of the Cosa Nostra community go to take their secrets either to the end of their sentence or to the grave, proving their loyalty to the family by taking their punishment like men and not exposing "this thing of ours" to the authorities.

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The Belmont Connection started in May 2015 in SACF when Paul Argenzenio, originally from Belmont, New York was indicted on charges of distributing cigarettes illegally. Upon entry, ex members of the Genovese Crime Family such as Eugene Borsellino and Gerald DiGeronimo were transferred in as well from Vernon C. Bain and Metropolitan Correctional Facilities. All looking after young Paul, Paul started an organization on the inside in connection to Los Santos' infamous and most recent crime boss, Arnold Bellomo, also from Belmont New York. Before indictments, Paul was a part of this organization. These men have organized themselves into a small gang on the inside, using their typical old school mentality to carefully pick and place the right people. Time went on, Eugene, Gerald and Paul both moved on to C1, serving the rest of their lives in SACF. Eugene, Gerald and Paul were responsible for the prison-wide respect given to the Italian and protected non Italian "fish" inside the prisons. Eugene Borsellino is responsible for a turmoil involving the Peckerwood Nation and the Belmont Connection on the inside, and went on to survive the rest of his life in SACF. Gerald was responsible for the peace between the Peckerwood Nation and the Belmont Connection, before both parties were left to serve the rest of their lives in C1.

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Eugene Borsellino


Eugene Borsellino comes from Bay Ridge Brooklyn, where he was involved in the bloodiest of mob wars between his very own Genovese affiliated crew and another Colombo affiliated crew in Canarsie. Eugene Borsellino worked his way up the ranks by following the political rules of the American Cosa Nostra. As you could imagine, this war changed his life, his personality and his hope for the lifestyle he lives. He has grown mean, craggy, and soulless in his endevours to take over and be the most powerful. His history proves that because of his temper, he was never competent enough for a big time leadership position in the Genovese Crime Family. However, all over Brooklyn especially in Bay Ridge, Eugene Borsellino goes down in history as the ruthlessly victorious, dangerously short tempered, Boss of West Brooklyn. From Bay Ridge, To Bensonhurst, To Gravesend, down to Brighton Beach, through Sheepshead Bay and Flatbush, all the way to Canarsie, Gene Borsellino was a feared and respected criminal who people never dared to butt heads with. He lasted for 25 years as a captain before he was indicted on countless charges of Murder, Racketeering and Conspiracy charges.

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A corrections officer from Vernon C. Bain had exactly this to say about Eugene:

"Eugene Borsellino is old... but we didn't let it fool us here in Vernon C. Bain. If you look into the mans eyes, you can see how twisted and sick this man is without him ever having to frown, or look at you funny. Even when this guy smiles, it's scary. It makes my blood start to flow a little faster, knowing the things this guy has done. One time... it was lunch time for the inmates and Gene always had this big crew of guys who crowded around him, probably people he offered protection to or people from the streets who respected and look up to him. Gene and this black kid who was in for robbing banks had words with each other about cutting the line before actually sitting down and eating. I mean, Gene was already sitting down, eating his food. So this inmate walks by, says something to Gene. Gene flat out told the guy to go ugh... "f his mother" which in here will get you real hurt, real fast. The black inmate smacked Gene in the back of his head and before I could even blink to go end it, what seemed like the entire cafeteria jumped up in shock. Mayhem broke out immediately, the six or seven guys who were sitting with Gene gave this one inmate such a bad beating we had to transfer him to another prison because we feared for what would happen if it escalated. They broke four of the guys ribs, broke a few fingers on his hands and knocked one of his teeth out. Before we could get to the center and break up the whole issue, the victim said one of the goons made him swallow his own tooth as redemption for putting his hands on Eugene Borsellino. It bothered me because Gene didn't even get up. He sat there eating his peanut butter and jelly sandwich while 7 or 8 guys, literally beat the Christ out of the inmate who touched him. The other fourty or fifty guys in the prisons were all switching sides to each corner of the cafeteria, to avoid getting attacked in the rumble, all isolating themselves by their respective races. It was absolutely pandemonium and if Gene wasn't who he was, that would've never happened in my opinion."





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Today, Eugene serves in C1 of SACF where he frequently runs into Paul, and Gerald, inactive members of the once bold, mighty Belmont Connection. After spending a year in SACF, insider CO's recognized that Eugene Borsellino is the mentor of Los Santos' infamous Arnold Bellomo. However, Eugene and Arnold don't stay in contact out of fear from being detected by the authorities. The authorities already know. Rumor has it Arnold and Gene stay in contact via courier only once or twice a year, as friendly writers. All of Arnold and Eugene's back and forth writing have not been about crime, more about the sentimental value of their teacher and student, master and scholar relationship. Everything Eugene has taught Arnold in morals and values of life. Eugene has been coming back out on the yard and the regular cell blocks lately, interacting with more correctional officers and being crowded by his typical crowd of inmates. Today, the Belmont Connection proceeds to develop a strong connection inside of SACF, looking towards a better future for the streets.
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Luke_Mazzori on Mon Apr 07, 2014 4:36 am

Looking good!!
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Saticoy on Mon Apr 07, 2014 4:39 am

I'd like to say that I've been RPing with Arnold and his faction for about a month or so now and out of all the years I've spent playing SAMP, this faction is by far the greatest and most fun I've ever been a part of. Arnold is a leader who demonstrates great loyalty and dedication to his faction and I know that he'll be able to take it far and turn it into something greater than it is now.

Heres a few screenshots I took from a couple days ago when I finally became a connected guy:
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Wolverine! on Mon Apr 07, 2014 4:43 am

Seen RP from you before. Please, take this one far.
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Bedazzled on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:15 am

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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Lzed on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:17 am

And Nostriano's back in it, good luck.
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby JayTalonMariano on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:23 am

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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Bozo on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:24 am

Nostriano.. Use that Bocchiavoso power nigga. You got this. Don't disappoint me now, I got faith in yall.
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Mondim on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:25 am

Great to see you back Nostriano! 8)
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby JayTalonMariano on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:26 am

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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Bedazzled on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:26 am

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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

Postby Saticoy on Mon Apr 07, 2014 5:28 am

Nice screens jay and porky!
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Re: The Bellomo Crime Network

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