A new indictment details gruesome killings that include machete mutilations and dumping bodies in the forest.
Five top executives of Insys Therapeutics -- maker of Subsys, a version of the extremely powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl -- were found guilty Thursday on federal racketeering charges for bribing doctors to prescribe the painkiller to people who didn't need it. They were also convicted of defrauding Medicare and private insurance.
The defendants were accused of conspiring to bribe doctors to prescribe a fentanyl-based painkiller and misleading insurers about patients' need for the drug.
Clare Bronfman and Kathy Russell were members of the infamous Nxivm organization.
Persico was convicted of racketeering and murder in a prosecution of mob bosses led by then-U.S. Attorney Rudolph Giuliani.
Federal prosecutors say they've dealt a significant blow to two Los Angeles gangs after charging more than 80 suspected members with racketeering, and drug and firearms violations.