Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Is Cone Mills Supporting Illegal Gun And Drug Trade?

Yesterday I told you of Rocky Scarfone's brother-in-law, Frank Fiore who was busted by Federal Agents for trafficking in guns and drugs. Well as it turns out the story is nationwide, Frank has pleaded guilty and been convicted in West Palm Beach, Florida. But amazingly the story doesn't end there.

For you see, Frank Fiore is free on bail while awaiting sentencing and has since been spotted hanging out with South Philly mob boss Joey Merlino:

"Broward County Sheriff’s Office detectives saw Merlino in the bar’s VIP area with Ciancaglini, as well as Brad Sirkin and Frank Fiore, who both have fraud convictions, according to the court affidavit. Fiore also was charged this summer in a counterfeit-drug case.

“If Ciancaglini shows up, that’s a red flag up,” a law-enforcement source said. “That’s what they do. They associate and they network and they create a criminal organization.”

Now folks, that's journalism and police work, something Greensboro, North Carolina is apparently completely devoid of.

For those who never bother clicking through the links:

"Alex Rodriguez had already secretly met with the government to confess his involvement in the Biogenesis doping ring when, on Feb. 11, 2014, an undercover officer rolled up on a shady nightclub in Boca Raton, Fla., ready to purchase a lot of drugs and a scary gun from two other men with ties to the wild Biogenesis scandal."

That's right, A-Rod for you baseball fans. Seems our boy Rocky and his family are into everything. And it only gets worse for Rocky, Councilman Zack Matheny, Mayor Nancy Barakat Vaughan, Matt Brown and Cone Mills for which Rocky Scarfone's Cone Denim Entertainment Center is named as the Autopost will tell you tomorrow.