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3 years for Alexandria man in biker gang extortion case

A Virginia businessman will spend more than three years in prison for an extortion conviction involving the Pagan's Motorcycle Club.

John N. Maggio of Alexandria pleaded guilty in November in a West Virginia federal court. The 47-year-old electrical contractor admitted asking a Pagan's officer for help extorting nearly $30,000 from two business associates.

Maggio was later recorded telling a Pagan's member to threaten the associates and that he didn't care how badly they might be hurt.

He is one of more than 15 defendants who have pleaded guilty in a sweeping federal racketeering case targeting Pagan's leaders and associates from West Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey and several other states.

-- The Charleston Gazette

By Washington Post Editors  |  April 14, 2010; 8:25 AM ET
Categories:  Alexandria , From the Courthouse  
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Whats wrong white people, too embarrassed to comment on one of your own? If they were black or hispanic you would be all over this. Come on, you can do it.

Posted by: ged0386 | April 14, 2010 4:08 PM | Report abuse

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