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July 14, 1987 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
A Palm Desert man identified by authorities as a longtime organized crime figure entered a conditional guilty plea Monday to charges of selling 83 grams of cocaine to an FBI agent. Robert Ralph D'Agostino, 54, became the first of 15 alleged Mafia leaders and associates to admit to charges in an 18-count indictment targeting what federal prosecutors say is the entire hierarchy of the Los Angeles crime family.
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July 14, 1987 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
A Palm Desert man identified by authorities as a longtime organized crime figure entered a conditional guilty plea Monday to charges of selling 83 grams of cocaine to an FBI agent. Robert Ralph D'Agostino, 54, became the first of 15 alleged Mafia leaders and associates to admit to charges in an 18-count indictment targeting what federal prosecutors say is the entire hierarchy of the Los Angeles crime family.
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February 13, 1993 | THOMAS H. MAUGH II, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
Contrary to the conclusion of a highly publicized report two years ago, left-handers do not die at an earlier age than right-handed people, researchers at Harvard and the National Institute of Aging said Friday. The researchers studied 3,800 people in East Boston over age 65 for six years and found that the two groups, righties and lefties, died at exactly the same rate. "There was no difference, period," said Dr. Jack M.
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May 23, 1987 | KIM MURPHY, Times Staff Writer
The reputed chief of organized crime in Southern California was one of 15 suspected mobsters indicted Friday in a crackdown that federal officials say has "largely gutted" Cosa Nostra operations here. Peter John Milano, 52, identified as head of the family that controls organized crime in the Southland, and his brother, Carmen Joseph Milano, 58, were named in an 18-count federal racketeering indictment connecting them with a broad range of criminal activities over the last four years.
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