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N.Y. Mobster Charged in 1977 Murder of Rival Nicknamed “Coca Cola”

Thirty one years after the murder,  mobster Michael Coppola has been charged in the murder of a rival nicknamed “Coca Cola”.  He pleaded “not guilty” Monday in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn.

By Tom Hays
Associated Press
NEW YORK — A jailed reputed mobster was charged on Monday with the 1977 slaying of a gangland rival who used his last words to taunt him in a motel parking lot.
“What’re you going to do now, tough guy?” Giovanni “Coca Cola” Larducci asked when Michael Coppola’s gun jammed during the New Jersey confrontation on Easter 1977, prosecutors said.
Coppola has bragged to cooperators that he responded by pulling out another pistol from an ankle holster and shooting Larducci dead, prosecutors said.
The slaying was recounted in court papers alleging Coppola also infiltrated and shook down a labor union for the Genovese organized crime family.
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