The defendants indicted earlier in the year in the Lufthansa case will be trying to go their separate ways. In court recently, attorneys for Thomas DiFiore indicated they plan to ask Brooklyn federal judge Allyne Ross to sever his case from that of Vincent and Jerome Asaro, the two involved in racketeering counts stemming from the 1978 Lufthansa ripoff. DiFiore's attorney said he wasn't charged for that crime and only faces some garden variety extortion count. The judge will get the motions in the near future. DiFiore's attorney also said he will make a request to get him bail.