By DANA DiFILIPPOHe walked into court in an orange prison jumpsuit, his shackled feet and girth giving him the gait of a sumo wrestler.
With no supporters sitting behind him and no attorney at his side, Steven "Gorilla" Mondevergine - the man once feared as the baddest biker in Philly - was all manners and mousiness when he appeared yesterday morning in a Gloucester County courtroom for an extradition hearing.
"I don't have my glasses, but I'll just go with whatever it is," he quietly told Superior Court Judge Walter Marshall, when the judge asked if he had read the extradition paperwork.
After more routine questions, Marshall then ordered Mondevergine, who is wanted in Philadelphia on attempted-murder charges in a 2008 case, extradited here within 10 days.
PHOTO STEVEN MONDEVERGINE,
Photo by Andy Ritchie
Mondevergine was arrested at his mother's Washington Township, N.J., house Wednesday in the January 2008 shooting of former Pagans president Timothy "Casual" Flood at the Pagans headquarters on Torresdale Avenue near Disston Street.
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