Gilbert & Mark Sapperstein crime syndicate associate Charles R. Longo was indicted on 45 counts of grand theft in Virginia, considered a flight risk Longo was arrested and held in jail in Maryland for 10 days without bail. Eventually Longo got the charges dropped and had the records expunged.

 Gilbert & Mark’s crime syndicate associate, Charles R. Longo, (with the help of Gilbert & Mark) had successfully defrauded the U.S. Dept. of Education out of $8 million in student loans involving 2000 documented victims in Maryland & Virginia in the late 1980’s thru 2005.
100 page document (view this PDF file) describing criminal activities of Sapperstein crime syndicate associate Charles R. Longo and Bruff J. Procter filed by MD. AG. Curran and his Assistant William F. Howard 1994.

Mark & Gilbert Sapperstein never met a federal, state, or local tax dollar they couldn’t steal with the help of their close personal acquaintances and political cronies, Joseph Curran Jr. & Lynn Battaglia or a Maryland State judge they couldn’t bribe or influence.

Federal Racketeering Charges brought by Stone against Sapperstein’s organized crime syndicate & alleged associates in 1998

Racketeering (RICO) lawsuits filed against Battaglia, Kelberman, and Curran Jr.West  Palm Beach Feb. 17,1998

Racketeering (RICO) lawsuit filed against Battaglia, Kelberman, and Curran Jr. Baltimore, MD. Oct. 30,1998