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Ex-cheese shop owner gets prison, but a future in North End

US prosecutors wanted Carmen “The Cheese Man’’ DiNunzio barred from the North End after his release from prison, during three years of probation. But the judge did not agree. US prosecutors wanted Carmen “The Cheese Man’’ DiNunzio barred from the North End after his release from prison, during three years of probation. But the judge did not agree. (Charles Krupa/AP/File)
By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / September 25, 2009

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Carmen “The Cheese Man’’ DiNunzio was sentenced yesterday to six years in prison for his role in a Big Dig bribery scheme, but the judge refused to ban the man the FBI calls a former New England Mafia underboss from Boston’s North End after his release. (Full article: 699 words)

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