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Godfather Of Gorilla Stone Gang Sentenced To 20 Years In Casanova Case

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The Godfather Of Gorilla Stone Gang Sentenced To 20 Years For Racketeering In Casanova RICO Case

The Godfather Of Gorilla Stone Gang Sentenced To 20 Years For Racketeering In Casanova RICO Case

Casanova born Caswell Senior, first surrendered to the FBI in late 2020. He initially pleaded not guilty to an attempted murder charge but later pleaded guilty.

Prosecutors alleged he led the Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation Bloods gang, and in that role directed a conspiracy that spanned from New York to Florida.

According to new reports reaching us at Dreddsworld, Casanova’s co-defendant and the “Godfather” of the “Untouchable Gorilla Stone Nation” was sentenced the 20 years plus eight months in federal prison for racketeering this week.

Federal prosecutors recommended 2-24 years behind bars for Donovan “Donnie Love” Gillard during his sentencing brief last week after pleading guilty to racketeering.

The 31-year-old gang leader was linked to various crimes, including the trafficking of hundreds of pounds of marijuana, attempted murder, and a fraud scheme related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Manhattan said earlier this year that Casanova admitted to a July 2020 shooting in Florida, an Aug. 2018 robbery in New York City, and to trafficking more than 100 kilograms of marijuana.

Caswell “Casanova” Senior, who has also plead guilty to racketeering and narcotics charges, is up for sentencing in federal court on Dec. 16. The “SO Brooklyn” rapper is facing a maximum of 60 years in prison.

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