On the morning of April 23, 2009, I rushed to the Dirksen Federal building in Chicago with a postal money order in hand. I needed it to secure the services of the U.S. Marshals Office to serve the defendants in my civil RICO complaint (which accuses members and associates of the Chicago Outfit of extorting and conspiring to murder me – case # 09 CV 01882). Yes, I actually got a judge to give me the go ahead to use the Marshals to serve the men involved in my case. Evidently no one aside from these federal agents is brave enough to confront members of the Chicago Outfit.
After submitting my payment to the Marshals Office, I could not resist visiting Vito Scavo‘s courtroom. I am sure that I will visit the courtroom again, if only to watch Drumhead in action.
Vito ‘Drumhead’ Scavo, former Melrose Park Police Chief
My friend Buddy had a pet nickname for Vito Scavo – Drumhead. Buddy sure was good at giving people nicknames. Anyone that has ever seen Scavo would agree that his head is very large, not to mention shiny. While I am sure his nogin lacks the acoustic qualities of a real drumhead, I have no doubt there is a long list of people that would be willing to try a drumroll on it. First in line seems to be the federal government.