Matthew Joseph "Matty the Horse" Ianniello (June 18, 1920 – August 15, 2012) was a New York mobster with the Genovese crime family who was once the acting boss of the Genovese Crime Family. During the 1960s and 70's, Ianniello controlled the lucrative adult entertainment business that were then centered in the Times Square section of Manhattan. In the 1960s, Ianniello joined the Genovese crime family, then run by imprisoned boss Vito Genovese. Ianniello's sponsor was mobster and future…

Matthew Joseph "Matty the Horse" Ianniello (June 18, 1920 – August 15, 2012) was a New York mobster with the Genovese crime family who was once the acting boss of the Genovese Crime Family. During the 1960s and 70's, Ianniello controlled the lucrative adult entertainment business that were then centered in the Times Square section of Manhattan. In the 1960s, Ianniello joined the Genovese crime family, then run by imprisoned boss Vito Genovese. Ianniello's sponsor was mobster and future…

John 'Junior' Gotti's Family - His Uncle: Peter “One-Eyed Pete” Gotti, 70, former boss of Gambino family, now serving combined 29-year sentence in Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn for extortion, money laundering, attempted extortion of actor Steven Seagal and plotting to murder former Gambino underboss and mob turncoat Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano. Projected release date of May 5, 2032.

John 'Junior' Gotti's Family - His Uncle: Peter “One-Eyed Pete” Gotti, 70, former boss of Gambino family, now serving combined 29-year sentence in Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn for extortion, money laundering, attempted extortion of actor Steven Seagal and plotting to murder former Gambino underboss and mob turncoat Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano. Projected release date of May 5, 2032.

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Nicky Scarfo was one of the most vicious mobsters in the Philly/Atlantic City area. He's presently serving a life sentence. in prison.

Nicky Scarfo was one of the most vicious mobsters in the Philly/Atlantic City area. He's presently serving a life sentence. in prison.

Morris "Moe" Dalitz (December 25, 1899 – August 31, 1989) — known as Moe Dalitz — was an American bootlegger, racketeer, casino owner and philanthropist who was one of the major figures who helped shape Las Vegas, Nevada in the 20th century. He was often referred to as "Mr. Las Vegas."

Morris "Moe" Dalitz (December 25, 1899 – August 31, 1989) — known as Moe Dalitz — was an American bootlegger, racketeer, casino owner and philanthropist who was one of the major figures who helped shape Las Vegas, Nevada in the 20th century. He was often referred to as "Mr. Las Vegas."

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Philip "Crazy Phil" Leonetti (born March 27, 1953)[1] is a Philadelphia gangster who became the underboss of the Scarfo crime family under his uncle, Nicodemo "Little Nicky" Scarfo before becoming a government informant. At the time, he was the highest-ranking member of the American Mafia to break his blood oath and turn informer. His criminal record includes racketeering charges and ten murders. Phillip "Crazy Phil" Leonetti (born March 27, 1953) is a Philadelphia gangster who became the…

Philip "Crazy Phil" Leonetti (born March 27, 1953)[1] is a Philadelphia gangster who became the underboss of the Scarfo crime family under his uncle, Nicodemo "Little Nicky" Scarfo before becoming a government informant. At the time, he was the highest-ranking member of the American Mafia to break his blood oath and turn informer. His criminal record includes racketeering charges and ten murders. Phillip "Crazy Phil" Leonetti (born March 27, 1953) is a Philadelphia gangster who became the…

John Gotti & Sammy "The Bull" Gravano enter the Brooklyn Federal courthouse in 1986, the year Gotti was tried—and acquitted—on racketeering charges. Gotti was sentenced to life in prison after a second racketeering trial in 1992. He died of throat cancer in prison ten years later.

John Gotti & Sammy "The Bull" Gravano enter the Brooklyn Federal courthouse in 1986, the year Gotti was tried—and acquitted—on racketeering charges. Gotti was sentenced to life in prison after a second racketeering trial in 1992. He died of throat cancer in prison ten years later.

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