When Chicago Gangster Willie “Potatoes” Daddono Sr. armed a feeble Jewish man of the very cleaning service that feeds select members of the Daddono family to this day, I doubt he ever thought a person by the name of John Joseph Rainone would be getting a piece of the pie, even if that slice amounted to little more than crumbs.
For those of you unfamiliar with John Joseph Rainone, allow me to explain.
John Joseph Rainone, born March 26th, 1975, is a career criminal, with wire fraud and illegal narcotics as his alleged forte. However, despite Rainone’s shortcomings, he is the stepson of a wealthy businessperson named William Daddono III. Rainone’s stepfather (because of his father’s generosity) is heir to and/or partner in Century Trade Show Services. Daddono and Rainone spent their first celebration together as family at a Super Bowl party in 2004, two weeks to the day after Rainone’s mentally-challenged mother married Daddono who has similar intellectual capabilities. John Joseph Rainone would later be convicted for stabbing multiple individuals in cold blood at that Super Bowl party.
Last year the United States Government on a large wire fraud case indicted John Joseph Rainone. The government alleged that Rainone and cohorts used various personal credit and or charge accounts belonging to unsuspecting citizens to purchase expensive luxury items. I believe that Rainone’s mother, Laurie F. Gentile Rainone Daddono, and his sister, Nicole M. Rainone Calabria, aided and abetted Rainone in his supposed fraud by allegedly shopping for him with said fraudulent credit and or charge account information.
In February of 2012, Rainone asked the United States Court in Illinois’ Northern District for permission to leave the jurisdiction for a March trip to Florida. The Court granted permission. However, Rainone failed to inform the court that on his return date, March 27, 2012, he planned to be arrested in DuPage County, Illinois, with his 78-year old paternal grandfather, John Rainone, on a major narcotics case involving over 5,000 grams of cannabis.