Suffolk District Attorney Dan Conley has no problem with the plan by a newly elected member of the Governor’s Council to seek posthumous pardons for Louie Greco and Henry Tameleo. Now, given that Tameleo was the reputed consigliere of the Mafia and Greco was considered a mob associate by the FBI, it might seem that a prosecutor would not be predisposed to clearing their names. But Conley long ago demonstrated he would not let reputations get in the way of justice.
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