Outfit enforcer Billy Dauber and his wife, Charlotte, left a Will County courtroom in 1980. They were hacked to pieces by shotgun blasts during a high-speed chase along a lonely country road.
Daniel Siefert was murdered in front of his family at his plastics manufacturing plant in 1974.
Siefert was with his wife and 4-year-old son when the Outfit came for him. He ran a short distance after the first shot, but it knocked him down.
A gunman walked up to the fallen Siefert, pressed a shotgun against his head, pulled the trigger.
Lombardo and six others were acquitted two months after Siefert's murder.
Nick Calabrese is not as flashy and as loud as his brother, Frank. Nick is quiet. He was to be released this year.
Then a strange thing happened. His prison records disappeared. They don't exist, according to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons.
Carla Wilson, a bureau spokeswoman, was helpful Thursday in finding Frank Calabrese, and prison records on his sons, Frank Jr. and Kurt.
But no Uncle Nick.
"If he were in the witness protection program, then we would not be able to access that information," she said. Then she said she had to check something and later had a different story about Uncle Nick's vanished records.
"I really can't speculate about that," she said. "All I can tell you is that I don't have any public information on him."
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