Sal DiMasi, the former House speaker, is two years into his eight-year corruption sentence in a North Carolina prison. And according to his wife, he is very ill with throat and tongue cancer that went untreated for some time.
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The wife of former House Speaker Sal DiMasi says her husband is “skinny, frail and weak” as he sits in a federal prison in North Carolina.
An attorney for former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has asked a federal appeals court to overturn DiMasi’s corruption conviction.
Sal DiMasi, 67, was convicted in June 2011 of charges including conspiracy, extortion and honest services fraud.
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Convicted former Massachusetts House Speaker Sal DiMasi’s tongue cancer has spread and he was denied medical care for months, his attorney announced Wednesday.
The wife of convicted former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi says he has been diagnosed with cancer in his tongue and lymph nodes while serving an 8-year federal prison sentence in Lexington, Ky.
A federal judge has denied former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi’s request to serve the remainder of his prison sentence in Rhode Island and ordered him returned to Kentucky.
Convicted former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi has again asked to be moved closer to home.