Casso

Casso (Cas in local dialect, Sćjas in Friulan) is an Italian village, frazione of Erto e Casso, in the Province of Pordenone. Its population is 35. Together with Erto, its administrative seat, it forms the municipality of Erto-Casso.

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Edward Casso - Legislative Career - 2007 Legislative Session
... In the 2007 session of the Colorado General Assembly, Casso sat on the House Education Committee and the House State, Veterans, Military Affairs Committee ... During the 2007 session, Casso sponsored two bills to revise the ways in which schools' CSAP test scores were reported ... parents opt the students out of the test, was killed in a House committee at Casso's request because of concerns that it would jeopardize federal school funding ...
Anthony Casso
... Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso (Born May 21, 1940 Brooklyn, New York City) is an Italian American mobster and former boss of the Lucchese crime family ... During his career in organized crime, Casso was regarded as a "homicidal maniac" in the American Mafia ... In interviews and on the witness stand, Casso has confessed involvement in the murders of Frank DeCicco, Roy DeMeo, and Vladimir Reznikov ...
Casso - History - The Vajont Disaster
... See also Erto e Casso#The Vajont disaster and Vajont Dam Situated upon the Vajont Dam, Casso was one of the village involved in the disaster of October 9, 1963 ...
Anthony Casso - Informant
... Casso was held at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, New York City pending trial ... Facing charges that would have all but assured he would die in prison, Casso nearly walked out of jail, but was thwarted at the last minute ... However, all of this came undone when Amuso, who believed Casso was responsible for his capture, effectively banished him from the family ...
Christopher Furnari - Aftermath
... In 1990, Amuso and Casso became fugitives to avoid prosecution in the famous "Windows Case." In 1992, Amuso was captured and sentenced to life in prison ... In 1993, Casso was also captured however, in 1994 he struck a deal with the government to testify against Furnari and other family leaders ... The government had previously revoked Casso's witness deal with prosecutors, and in 1996 Casso was sentenced to life in prison ...