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Underworld killer called ‘Cross’ seeks leniency over attack after sister dies from Covid, Melbourne

Feared underworld trigger man George Marrogi spat in the face of a prison guard during a cowardly attack behind bars at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Knowns as ‘Cross’, Marrogi was sentenced for murder in the Supreme Court of Victoria in April to a total of 32 years in jail – all of which he is likely to serve behind bars. 

On Wednesday, Marrogi appeared once again in a Melbourne court, this time via video link from the Metropolitan Remand Centre. 

Dressed in prison greens, Marrogi has spent most of his rotten life caged within Victoria’s toughest prison – Barwon – where he carried out his vile attack in July last year. 

George Marrogi, 33, was sentenced in April to 32 years in jail over the murder of Kevin Ors

George Marrogi (pictured in prison greens) has spent much of his short life behind bars

George Marrogi (pictured in prison greens) has…


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