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June 3, 1987 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
A boxing trainer and a Los Angeles clothing retailer-record promoter have been named in a third federal grand jury indictment targeting alleged associates of the Los Angeles family of the Mafia, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday. Joseph Mangiapani, co-trainer for bantamweight boxer Mike (The Bounty) Hunter who is managed by actor James Caan, is charged with hiring two alleged mob associates to make arrangements to assault a former business associate of Venice clothing retailer Mark Kreiner.
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June 3, 1987 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
A boxing trainer and a Los Angeles clothing retailer-record promoter have been named in a third federal grand jury indictment targeting alleged associates of the Los Angeles family of the Mafia, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday. Joseph Mangiapani, co-trainer for bantamweight boxer Mike (The Bounty) Hunter who is managed by actor James Caan, is charged with hiring two alleged mob associates to make arrangements to assault a former business associate of Venice clothing retailer Mark Kreiner.
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July 15, 1987
A former record promoter and clothing tycoon pleaded guilty Tuesday to hiring two alleged mobsters to rough up two former business partners in a buyout deal. Mark Kreiner, a former executive with a pop music production firm and president of a Venice-based clothing company, pleaded guilty to interstate travel in aid of racketeering in connection with a buyout offer on his recording company, Highrise Entertainment Corp.
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