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Chicago Outfit

Background Information

Employment History

Co-Precinct Captain
36th Ward Regular Democratic Organization on the Northwest Side

Affiliations

Member Or Associate
North Side

Member
Local 726

Web References (9 Total References)


Stier Anderson & Malone reports on corruption and organized crime influence in Teamster Union

www.ipsn.org [cached]

A former member of Local 726, Abbinanti is publicly listed as an associate of the Chicago Outfit in the 1997 Chicago Crime Commission report, "The New Faces of Organized Crime. The report indicated that in 1994 Abbinanti pleaded guilty, along with organized crime member Marco D'Amico, head of the Elmwood Park Street crew, in a racketeering case involving sports betting, extortion to collect gambling debts, and loan sharking.

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4 Abbinanti was a dues paying member of Local 726 until July 1995. 5 Abbinanti was released from prison in 2001.
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As discussed above, Robert Abbinanti was identified as an organized crime associate by the Chicago Crime Commission in 1997, specifically as a member or associate of the North Side, Elmwood Park street crew and was in prison at that time .22 In April 1995, Abbinanti pleaded guilty to racketeering, illegal gambling, attempted extortion, and use of a firearm and sentenced to 60 months in prison.
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Abbinanti, a Teamster truck driver for Streets and Sanitation, is related through marriage to D'Amico and a member of D'Amico's crew.
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Cooley stated that Abbinanti told him that Stefanski was a "close friend" and that they "had known each other for years.
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Abbinanti further identified Stefanski "as one of the operators who worked within the bookmaking operation" in the late 1980s.
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A former law enforcement sources corroborated Cooley's recollection that Stefanski is a close friend of Abbinanti.
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26 Abbinanti's employment with the Teamsters overlapped Stefanski's tenure as principal officer by six months when Abbinanti was found guilty of racketeering, as discussed above. His Local 726 status is listed as "on suspension" by July 14, 1995. 27
When interviewed, Stefanski denied being friends with Abbinanti, denied socializing with him or gambling with him, and also denied knowing what a wire room was.
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Stefanski further denied witnessing Abbinanti engaged in bookmaking or engaging in bookmaking himself.


Stier Anderson & Malone reports on corruption and organized crime influence in Teamster Union

ipsn.org [cached]

A former member of Local 726, Abbinanti is publicly listed as an associate of the Chicago Outfit in the 1997 Chicago Crime Commission report, "The New Faces of Organized Crime. The report indicated that in 1994 Abbinanti pleaded guilty, along with organized crime member Marco D'Amico, head of the Elmwood Park Street crew, in a racketeering case involving sports betting, extortion to collect gambling debts, and loan sharking.

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4 Abbinanti was a dues paying member of Local 726 until July 1995. 5 Abbinanti was released from prison in 2001.
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As discussed above, Robert Abbinanti was identified as an organized crime associate by the Chicago Crime Commission in 1997, specifically as a member or associate of the North Side, Elmwood Park street crew and was in prison at that time .22 In April 1995, Abbinanti pleaded guilty to racketeering, illegal gambling, attempted extortion, and use of a firearm and sentenced to 60 months in prison.
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Abbinanti, a Teamster truck driver for Streets and Sanitation, is related through marriage to D'Amico and a member of D'Amico's crew.
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Cooley stated that Abbinanti told him that Stefanski was a "close friend" and that they "had known each other for years.
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Abbinanti further identified Stefanski "as one of the operators who worked within the bookmaking operation" in the late 1980s.
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A former law enforcement sources corroborated Cooley's recollection that Stefanski is a close friend of Abbinanti.
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26 Abbinanti's employment with the Teamsters overlapped Stefanski's tenure as principal officer by six months when Abbinanti was found guilty of racketeering, as discussed above. His Local 726 status is listed as "on suspension" by July 14, 1995. 27
When interviewed, Stefanski denied being friends with Abbinanti, denied socializing with him or gambling with him, and also denied knowing what a wire room was.
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Stefanski further denied witnessing Abbinanti engaged in bookmaking or engaging in bookmaking himself.


Stier Anderson & Malone reports on corruption and organized crime influence in Teamster Union

www.ipsn.org [cached]

A former member of Local 726, Abbinanti is publicly listed as an associate of the Chicago Outfit in the 1997 Chicago Crime Commission report, "The New Faces of Organized Crime. The report indicated that in 1994 Abbinanti pleaded guilty, along with organized crime member Marco D'Amico, head of the Elmwood Park Street crew, in a racketeering case involving sports betting, extortion to collect gambling debts, and loan sharking.

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4 Abbinanti was a dues paying member of Local 726 until July 1995. 5 Abbinanti was released from prison in 2001.
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As discussed above, Robert Abbinanti was identified as an organized crime associate by the Chicago Crime Commission in 1997, specifically as a member or associate of the North Side, Elmwood Park street crew and was in prison at that time .22 In April 1995, Abbinanti pleaded guilty to racketeering, illegal gambling, attempted extortion, and use of a firearm and sentenced to 60 months in prison.
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Abbinanti, a Teamster truck driver for Streets and Sanitation, is related through marriage to D'Amico and a member of D'Amico's crew.
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Cooley stated that Abbinanti told him that Stefanski was a "close friend" and that they "had known each other for years.
...
Abbinanti further identified Stefanski "as one of the operators who worked within the bookmaking operation" in the late 1980s.
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A former law enforcement sources corroborated Cooley's recollection that Stefanski is a close friend of Abbinanti.
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26 Abbinanti's employment with the Teamsters overlapped Stefanski's tenure as principal officer by six months when Abbinanti was found guilty of racketeering, as discussed above. His Local 726 status is listed as "on suspension" by July 14, 1995. 27
When interviewed, Stefanski denied being friends with Abbinanti, denied socializing with him or gambling with him, and also denied knowing what a wire room was.
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Stefanski further denied witnessing Abbinanti engaged in bookmaking or engaging in bookmaking himself.


A former member of Local 726, ...

www.thedarkersideofbrown.com [cached]

A former member of Local 726, Abbinanti is publicly listed as an associate of the Chicago Outfit in the 1997 Chicago Crime Commission report, "The New Faces of Organized Crime."The report indicated that in 1994 Abbinanti pleaded guilty, along with organized crime member Marco D'Amico, head of the Elmwood Park Street crew, in a racketeering case involving sports betting, extortion to collect gambling debts, and loan sharking.4 Abbinanti was a dues paying member of Local 726 until July 1995.5 Abbinanti was released from prison in 2001.6 IBT field representatives received information that Dan Stefanski, the principal officer of Local 726 until April 2003, was overheard in 2000 in a bar discussing D'Amico's imminent release from prison.The report indicated that in 1994 Abbinanti pleaded guilty, along with organized crime member Marco D'Amico, head of the Elmwood Park Street crew, in a racketeering case involving sports betting, extortion to collect gambling debts, and loan sharking.4 Abbinanti was a dues paying member of Local 726 until July 1995.5 Abbinanti was released from prison in 2001.6 IBT field representatives received information that Dan Stefanski, the principal officer of Local 726 until April 2003, was overheard in 2000 in a bar discussing D'Amico's imminent release from prison.

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As discussed above, Robert Abbinanti was identified as an organized crime associate by the Chicago Crime Commission in 1997, specifically as a member or associate of the North Side, Elmwood Park street crew and was in prison at that time.22 In April 1995, Abbinanti pleaded guilty to racketeering, illegal gambling, attempted extortion, and use of a firearm and sentenced to 60 months in prison.
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Abbinanti, a Teamster truck driver for Streets and Sanitation, is related through marriage to D'Amico and a member of D'Amico's crew.
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Cooley had observed Stefanski with Abbinanti at the restaurant.
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Cooley stated that Abbinanti told him that Stefanski was a "close friend" and that they "had known each other for years."
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Abbinanti further identified Stefanski "as one of the operators who worked within the bookmaking operation" in the late 1980s.25
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A former law enforcement sources corroborated Cooley's recollection that Stefanski is a close friend of Abbinanti.26 Abbinanti's employment with the Teamsters overlapped Stefanski's tenure as principal officer by six months when Abbinanti was found guilty of racketeering, as discussed above.
...
When interviewed, Stefanski denied being friends with Abbinanti, denied socializing with him or gambling with him, and also denied knowing what a wire room was.
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Stefanski further denied witnessing Abbinanti engaged in bookmaking or engaging in bookmaking himself.


IHO imposing Trusteeship on the Chicago District Council

www.thelaborers.net [cached]

In 1995, Borelli pled guilty to bookmaking offenses involving D'Amico, Robert Abbinanti, Cooley, and others.

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41. Cooley was introduced to Toots Caruso through Robert Abbinanti, a member of the Chicago Outfit.
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Cooley said that Toots Caruso and Abbinanti had a close relationship.

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