You could almost hear the mandolin play as Scooterino Libbini violated the code of silence in the mob family trial of the former consiglieri of the Bushfoono crime organization. Libbini sang like a Sicilian canary as he accused Bushfoono higher-ups of setting him up to protect Hit-man Karlo "Brassballs" Rovosco.
Libbini testified before the Crime Commission hearings: "I ran to my protector Don Ricardo Cheni. Don Ricardo, I beg you, intercede for me to Don Giorgio (FBI organized crime experts believe Don Giorgio Bushfoono heads the most powerful crime family)"
Libbini claims that Hit-man Rovosco is being protected by Bushfoono bosses and he was being set up to take the fall: "I swear on St Jude and San Guiseppe,"Brassballs is to blame and he is under the shelter of Don Giorgio". One of the complicating elements of the investigation is the possibility that Don Giorgio is only a figure head in the family because of a long suspected case of retardation and that Karlo is really the power behind the barcalounger.
FBI Investigator Tony Manero infiltrated the mob family and actually observed its inner workings: "This so-called Don G spends all his time clearing shrubbery. He's just a puppet! Brassballs makes all the decisions and so when Karlo felt threatened he fingered Scooterino.
Rumor has it that after the trial Libbini will enter the witness protection program and move to the southwest and raise javelina. Questions still remain as to the fate of Rovosco. Don Giorgio is believed to spend the majority of his time playing uno, dui an italian finger-throwing game that usually involves a circle of players. Sources say the Don prefers to play with himself.