Wow, that doesn't sound too smart.
Readers of this site know there's always been some pretty telling circumstantial evidence that Jack Abramoff's business partner Adam Kidan had a role in the mob-style execution of their estranged SunCruz business partner Gus Boulis.
Two of three eventually arrested for the murder, each known mafiosos, were on the SunCruz payroll at the time of the Boulis killing, both for work like 'catering' and 'security' they don't seem to have done.
In any case, the apparent leader of the three, the one Kidan paid most of the money to, was Anthony "Big Tony" Moscatiello.
Back in September, Big Tony was arrested at his home in Howard Beach, New York and later transferred down to Florida where he is now awaiting trial for Boulis' murder. During that time, beside visits from family and attorneys, Big Tony received only one visit.
Who? Right. Adam Kidan.
Kidan wouldn't comment when called by the Sun-Sentinel. His attorney, Joseph Conway told the paper that the meeting was "personal".