Notorious Boston Mobster-Turned-Pastor Has Clues about Gardner Heist

In The Boston Globe, Stephen Kurkjian and Shelley Murphy write, “A notorious Boston mobster who disappeared into the federal witness protection program has resurfaced in Tennessee with a new identity, a new life, and a tantalizing clue involving the world’s largest art heist.” The mobster, formerly known as Robert Luisi, Jr., now goes by Alonso Esposito and is the pastor at a nondenominational church in Mississippi, Tennessee.

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