Defendant in Boulis trial asks for removal of ankle bracelet
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (WSVN) -- The defendant who was granted a mistrial in the Gus Boulis murder trial has asked a judge for permission to remove his GPS ankle bracelet.
Anthony "Big Tony" Moscatiello is one of the men accused of murdering Gus Boulis back in February 2001. Boulis was found shot dead inside his vehicle shortly after a business deal went sour. A judge declared a mistrial when Big Tony's attorney became ill.
Big Tony asked a judge, Monday morning, to please remove his GPS ankle monitor because it was bothering him. However, the judge said she would in no way allow the ankle bracelet to be removed.
The trial will continue for Anthony "Little Tony" Ferrari on Monday, who was also charged in Boulis' murder.
Stay tuned to 7News for more on this case.
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