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Alexandria man's sentencing in biker gang racketeering case delayed

A federal judge has delayed sentencing a Virginia businessman who pleaded guilty to extortion in a federal racketeering case targeting the Pagan's Motorcycle Club.

John N. Maggio, an electrical contractor from Alexandria, Va., has admitted asking former Pagans national vice president Floyd "Jesse" Moore for help extorting nearly $30,000 from two business associates.

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

But U.S. District Judge Thomas Johnston raised concerns Monday that Maggio's plea agreement didn't contain enough information to show the victims' businesses affected interstate commerce, a key element of the crime.

This item has been updated since it was first published.

-- Associated Press

By Washington Post Editors  |  March 22, 2010; 2:26 PM ET
Categories:  Alexandria , Around the Nation , From the Courthouse  
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Here we go picking on our creed again. Hey Little Joe I'm home in P.G. for a while.


Posted by: FrankMonzon | March 22, 2010 3:59 PM | Report abuse

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