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Lower in profile, Mafia still thrives in N.E., officials say

Old patterns persist as membership dips

By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / December 9, 2006

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Forget about HBO's Tony Soprano. Today's mob leaders, at least in New England, are low-profile wiseguys with unglamorous jobs, and in Boston, membership is dwindling, according to the State Police. (Full article: 863 words)

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