1936: Charles "Lucky" Luciano is sent to prison on 62 counts of compulsory prostitution. After serving 10 years of a 30-to-50-year sentence, Luciano will be released and deported to Italy, where he will live out the rest of his life in exile.
James Burke, also known as "Jimmy the Gent", "The Big Irishman", and "The Irish Guinea", (July 5, 1931 New York City, New York – April 13, 1996 Alden, New York), was an Irish-American gangster and Lucchese crime family associate who is believed to have organized the Lufthansa heist in 1978. He is the father of small-time mobster and Lufthansa heist suspect, Frankie Burke, Jesse James Burke, Catherine Burke and another unidentified daughter. Catherine married Bonanno crime family member...
Thomas "Tam" McGraw (19 February 1952 – July 30, 2007), was a gangster involved in organised crime including extortion, narcotics and drug trafficking in Glasgow, Scotland. One of the wealthiest businessmen in Glasgow, he owned numerous businesses including security companies and taxi firms as well as properties throughout Scotland and Ireland.
Jacob "Gurrah" Shapiro (May 5, 1899 - June 9, 1947) was a New York mobster who, with his partner Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, controlled industrial labor racketeering in New York for two decades and established the Murder, Inc. organization.
Lucky Luciano at home in Naples. He was released from prison and deported in 1946, following reputed cooperation with the United States Military prior to and during the invasion of Sicily and later of Italy.