A mobster from the Colombo mafia family claims he helped poison Pope John Paul I with cyanide 33 days into his reign to stop the pontiff from exposing a billion dollar stock fraud scam.
The startling revelation comes from 69-year-old Anthony Raimondi’s new novel ‘When the Bullet Hits the Bone.’
Raimondi was a loyal member of the Colombo family – one of the notorious five Italian mafia families in New York City.
The Colombo family dealt in a host of criminal enterprises, including racketeering, contract killing, arms trafficking and loansharking.
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