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Petitioning AREA 3 CHICAGO POLICE (BELMONT & WESTERN)

AREA 3 CHICAGO POLICE: INVESTIGATION INTO SUSPICIOUS MISSING PERSON CASE ANTHONY CATALANO

PUBLIC SAFETY AND CLOSURE FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS

Letter to
AREA 3 CHICAGO POLICE (BELMONT & WESTERN)
INVESTIGATION INTO SUSPICIOUS MISSING PERSON CASE ANTHONY CATALANO

April 18, 2009 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Friends and family of a missing Chicago man launched their own search for clues in his suspicious disappearance. Anthony Catalano went missing in March 2009 and during a transitional move from area 5 Chicago Police Dept. to now Area 3 (belmont & western) misfiled and mishandled the Anthony's case at their own admittance and now 4yrs later still nothing? Anthony's case is all over the internet and facebook www.facebook.com/MissingPersonAnthonyCatalano. and something needs to be done? We are demanding that Chicago Police AREA 3 re-interview suspects and witnesses! We are also asking the public to pls read and google his case!

Were Anthony Catalano And Michael DeFilippis Soldiers In Giacchino’s Drug Empire?

Posted on 22. Oct, 2010 by Joseph Fosco in Analysis, Organized Crime


Anthony Catalano
In March of 2009, Anthony Catalano vanished from human knowledge in the same fashion as Chicago Outfit Chairman Anthony Accardo’s houseman, Michael Volpe, did in the 1970s (Giacchino’s close friend and gangster, William Messino, previously held Volpe’s position). Perhaps Anthony Catalano was seen as a potential problem.

Michael DeFilippis
As the year 2009 evolved, the walls continued to close in on Giacchino. By the end of the year, it was rumored that Giacchino’s medical license would be suspended in the first or second quarter of 2010. It turned out these rumors were true. His license was suspended in April of 2010 and remains suspended today. However, a short time before that rumor materialized, yet another Giacchino cohort was victimized. During the week of Christmas, 2009, a young man by the name of Michael DeFilippis was found stabbed and bludgeoned to death in his home in Chicago. According to a source, shortly after Mr. DeFilippis’ passing, Giacchino was heard telling someone not to mention the name DeFilippis in his presence ever again.
In the interest of fairness, I must state that my article does not prove anyone guilty of murder or other crimes. However, I have one question for law enforcement officials assigned to the Catalano and DeFilippis cases – is Giacchino on your list of possible suspects?
Please contact American News Post at JFosco@AmericanNewsPost.com if you have any information on the Catalano and/or DeFilippis investigation. We will issue a reward for information leading to a conviction.