There was more dramatic testimony Wednesday in a Broward courtroom in the Gus Boulis murder case. Adam Kidan, a former business associate of Boulis, said that after Boulis threatened to kill him, he hired alleged Mobster Anthony "Big Tony" Moscatiello for protection. "The job that I was looking for was to put the word out in the community that no one would attempt to harm me," Kidan said. Kidan said that a few days after Boulis was found shot to death in his car, Moscatiello summoned him to a meeting at the Fontainebleau hotel and told him that he ordered the hit. Moscatiello and Anthony "Little Tony" Ferrari and charged with conspiracy to murder Boulis. Wednesday?s hearing was part of an effort by the state to have Moscatiello's bond revoked and get him back behind bars until his trial begins.