An attorney with alleged ties to the Mafia can continue to represent a man accused of racketeering, extortion and three murders on behalf of the Gambino organized crime family, a federal judge in Brooklyn has ruled.

The judge, Eastern District of New York Judge Jack B. Weinstein, also denied a request by several news outlets to obtain a copy of a video recording that captures a meeting between the attorney, Joseph R. Corozzo, and John Gotti Sr., the deceased head of the Gambino family, inside a prison medical center in Missouri.

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