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November 26, 1986

Reputed former mob chief Joseph Bonanno was indicted by a federal grand jury in New York on charges of criminal contempt for refusing to testify about the Mafia's ruling commission, prosecutors said. The 82-year-old Bonanno served 14 months in prison for civil contempt rather than testify about the commission. He was released on Oct. 31, when the government rested its case against eight men accused of participating in the commission. All were convicted.

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