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…

Early mugshot of Philly mobster Frank Sindone murdered October 1980 by Testa and co.

Early mugshot of Philly mobster Frank Sindone murdered October 1980 by Testa and co.

2008 Gambino Crime Family has a new Boss. Domenico (The Greaseball) Cefalu is walked from the FBI's New York Field Office at 26 Federal Plaza, behind a heavily armed police contingent, after the arrests of more than 60 mobsters here and in Sicily on charges that include murder, extortion and racketeering. The Brooklyn U.S. Attorney today announced an 80-count indictment against the Gambino organized crime family, spanning more than 30 years of crimes and deaths.

2008 Gambino Crime Family has a new Boss. Domenico (The Greaseball) Cefalu is walked from the FBI's New York Field Office at 26 Federal Plaza, behind a heavily armed police contingent, after the arrests of more than 60 mobsters here and in Sicily on charges that include murder, extortion and racketeering. The Brooklyn U.S. Attorney today announced an 80-count indictment against the Gambino organized crime family, spanning more than 30 years of crimes and deaths.

Vincenzo Virga (born 11 September 1936 in Erice, Province of Trapani) is the boss of the Trapani Mafia family and mandamento since 1982, when the previous boss, Salvatore Minore, was murdered. Virga was one of the trusted men of Bernardo Provenzano and considered to be his financial brain.[1][2] He was one of the members of the directorate that ruled Cosa Nostra, which was established by Provenzano after the arrest of Totò Riina. It consisted of about four to seven people who met…

Vincenzo Virga (born 11 September 1936 in Erice, Province of Trapani) is the boss of the Trapani Mafia family and mandamento since 1982, when the previous boss, Salvatore Minore, was murdered. Virga was one of the trusted men of Bernardo Provenzano and considered to be his financial brain.[1][2] He was one of the members of the directorate that ruled Cosa Nostra, which was established by Provenzano after the arrest of Totò Riina. It consisted of about four to seven people who met…

John Russo (born Jan. 4, 1909 - died Dec. 2, 1978) known as "Big Pussy", was a New Jersey mobster and soldier in the Genovese crime family. Russo was born in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, his nickname was Big Pussy and he was a powerful and respected member of the Genovese crime family' New Jersey faction. He was a soldier in the Newark crew of legendary Genovese capo Richard Boiardo known as "Ritchie the boot". New Jersey was the base of his operations all his life. His younger brother…

John Russo (born Jan. 4, 1909 - died Dec. 2, 1978) known as "Big Pussy", was a New Jersey mobster and soldier in the Genovese crime family. Russo was born in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, his nickname was Big Pussy and he was a powerful and respected member of the Genovese crime family' New Jersey faction. He was a soldier in the Newark crew of legendary Genovese capo Richard Boiardo known as "Ritchie the boot". New Jersey was the base of his operations all his life. His younger brother…

Thomas "Pee Wee" DePhillips, was a mobster in the Genovese Crime family New Jersey Faction, who later became a capo.

Thomas "Pee Wee" DePhillips, was a mobster in the Genovese Crime family New Jersey Faction, who later became a capo.

Patrick "Patty From the Bronx" DeFilippo (born 1939 - November 24, 2013) was a caporegime in the Bonanno crime family. A longtime member of the Bonanno family, DeFilippo became a made man in 1975, though his involvement with the family dates back to the early 1960s. His father Vito was a high-ranking Sicilian-born member of the crime family and a close associate of Joseph Bonanno. During the war of the 1960s, Patty served as a driver and bodyguard to Joe's son, Salvatore Bonanno. During…

Patrick "Patty From the Bronx" DeFilippo (born 1939 - November 24, 2013) was a caporegime in the Bonanno crime family. A longtime member of the Bonanno family, DeFilippo became a made man in 1975, though his involvement with the family dates back to the early 1960s. His father Vito was a high-ranking Sicilian-born member of the crime family and a close associate of Joseph Bonanno. During the war of the 1960s, Patty served as a driver and bodyguard to Joe's son, Salvatore Bonanno. During…

DOMINICK CICALE, A FORMER CAPO IN THE BONANNO CRIME FAMILY, WILL ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS.

DOMINICK CICALE, A FORMER CAPO IN THE BONANNO CRIME FAMILY, WILL ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS.

John Joseph DiGilio Sr. also known as "Johnny Dee", (December 5, 1932 Bayonne, New Jersey– May 27, 1988 Carlstadt, New Jersey), was a New Jersey mobster with the Genovese crime family who became a powerful organized crime leader in the New Jersey faction. As a young man, DiGilio became involved in illegal gambling, loansharking, labor racketeering and extortion in the Genovese family. During the 1950s, under family boss Vito Genovese, DiGilio became a made man, or full family member. He…

John Joseph DiGilio Sr. also known as "Johnny Dee", (December 5, 1932 Bayonne, New Jersey– May 27, 1988 Carlstadt, New Jersey), was a New Jersey mobster with the Genovese crime family who became a powerful organized crime leader in the New Jersey faction. As a young man, DiGilio became involved in illegal gambling, loansharking, labor racketeering and extortion in the Genovese family. During the 1950s, under family boss Vito Genovese, DiGilio became a made man, or full family member. He…

(left to right) Angelo "Quack, Quack" Ruggiero, two unknown males, John "Johnny Boy" Gotti, Peter Gotti

(left to right) Angelo "Quack, Quack" Ruggiero, two unknown males, John "Johnny Boy" Gotti, Peter Gotti

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