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Perrino's skeletal remains were found in 2003 in Staten Island but he had been missing from 1992, more than a decade earlier.At the high-profile federal murder trial of Vincent Basciano yesterday, fellow Bonanno Mafioso James Tartaglione, known as 'Big Louie', shed light for the first time on the possible reason for Perrino's horrific murder.Tartaglione said of Perrino: 'He would go to church every day. They thought he may flip -- that he found religion.'He was saying certain things that he felt a little more religious.'He added that, as a result, underboss Salvatore Vitale ordered his murder.'Sal had him whacked out,' he told the court.For example, many colleges in their writing programs teach some of my work. You don’t have to make anything up—because life is fantastic. People in China are our enemies, so the China-bashers in Washington will have us believe. They take turns, five from each side, each one kicks. She probably comes from some little village where she has never had any attention paid to her anyway. And I want to move with the characters, move with them and describe the world in which they are living. Speaking of movie people, he wrote a terrific piece on Marlon Brando that appeared in the was a stellar example of nonfiction done within the style that I adhere to, which is the fictional style. He will take my manuscript and read and he will call me and say, “Gay, let’s have lunch.” Or, “Come in and see me. I think it’s very good, but I have some suggestions.” So I go in the office. ” “You know, I think you are perhaps telling a bit more than the reader wants to know about this restaurant where this guy eats this fish. ” He said, “As a matter of fact, no, I didn’t.” “All right, now how do you really want to deal with the character of John Bobbitt? I was a pallbearer at the Rosenthal thing and many people that worked on the paper, like Bernard Kalb, was a pallbearer.What they often do is teach something like “Frank Sinatra Has a Cold,” something I wrote when I was 25 years younger or more. I didn’t even talk to Frank Sinatra— RB: [laughs] GT: What I did was I hung around people who hung around Sinatra. RB: [laughs] In nonfiction, which is what I am a practitioner of, you can write these kind of stories that are not novels, that are not plays, but are real. Anyway, I was watching this with some curiosity only because it was the crowded stadium, national television—I wondered who would the put this on, what the ratings point to be. In fact in China, female children are frequently aborted. She goes back to this nation of 1.3 billion people—22 percent of the world’s population lives in China. What does it say about being a girl in the public eye? It’s an interesting way, through the young woman’s eyes, to see China—as opposed to seeing Henry Kissinger go over there and give you some canned speech at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York about “China Today? It’s a different approach RB: As a matter of fact, tomorrow I talk to Peter Hessler— GT: I know him. But this is the point—this is just one character—you mentioned the fish earlier, you trace the fish, you trace the soccer maiden, and what do you see? It’s a way of looking, of reporting; a way of writing and the book is full of stories like that. RB: You put the story aside for a while and it haunts you. And I want to aspire to achieve whatever is literary in a graceful sense by great proponents of fiction, be they William Faulkner, be they John Cheever, be they Philip Roth or I don’t care who, but make it clear to the reader: Yes, this is a story; yes, these are people you are reading about, but they are real. They’re real people—there are many characters in that Capote book. It’s about the two murderers, about their execution, and the law-enforcement people. You have this guy—this poor Marine who lost his penis. RB: [Former world Heavyweight Champion] Floyd Patterson died recently— GT: Yeah two friends in one day it seems: Patterson and then newspaper great A. Ed Koch was a pallbearer and Joe Lelyveld used to be executive editor. But Patterson, back to the prizefighter, he really was one fighter that I knew who could describe what it is like to be a fighter.