Jurors deliberating racketeering charges against reputed Philadelphia mob boss Joseph Ligambi and six others asked Wednesday to review some of the hundreds of secret recordings played during the 10-week trial.
The panel of seven men and five women gave no clues about their progress, and ended the day without a verdict. Their requests were specific. They asked to review two exhibits, hear four recordings, and see evidence about who owned video poker machines seized during the FBI probe. They also wanted transcripts of all the tapes introduced at trial.