The Broker Who Made The Mafia Billions On Wall Street – Sal Romano

Patrick Bet-David sits down with former mobster Salvatore Romano. In this interview they talk about how Sal made millions for the Mafia on Wall street.

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About guest:
Salvatore “Sal the Pizza Guy” Romano (born May 27, 1967) is a former member of the Gambino crime family and their operative on Wall Street, making millions of dollars for the Gambinos by way of stock fraud, first serving under the late John “Johnny G” Gammarano and later becoming a top earner for Michael “Mikey Scars” DiLeonardo, a capo in the Gambino crime family who was at one time considered a possible successor to John Gotti as boss of the family. “Arguably one of the wealthiest gangsters in American mob history”, Romano was indicted in a nearly $100 million stock scam in 2003. Romano decided to cooperate and become a government informant in exchange for admittance into the U.S. Witness Protection Program and is currently preparing to publish his autobiographical memoir.

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