- Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act: a U.S. law, enacted in 1970, allowing victims of organized crime to sue those responsible for punitive damages.
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Contemporary Examples of rico
I went to jail because I was convicted of one charge, which was conspiracy to commit RICO, and I was found not guilty of the RICO!
And when you are in public office, expect to get caught in the crossfire, especially if there are RICO statutes.
RICO is the acronym for the Racketeer-influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.The FBI Declares War on L.A.’s Crips
June 18, 2014
Rico Finally Paid: its easy fast money money and im welling to spoil you to def .The Sex-Trafficking Kings of Facebook
May 20, 2014
Rico was a Runyonesque, tough-talking agent who had a talent for mixing with hoods and mob killers.The Hidden Horror of Whitey Bulger’s Trial
July 22, 2013
Historical Examples of rico
This was the way his father called him, but he was called "Rico" only by everybody else.
To tell the truth, Rico did enjoy his supper wonderfully well.
Rico was almost nine years old, and had been to school for two winters.
Now when Rico saw them all eating, he fully realized how very hungry he was.
He seemed to be waiting for the driver; so Rico took his stand near by, and waited too.