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Chicago Mob Boss - Joey "The Clown" Lombardo

Bosses, triggermen and mobsters caught in the crosshairs

1920 italian mafia | ... , leaving court in New York in 1936, was deported to Italy in 1946

On Sicily's Mafia trail

Charles "Lucky" Luciano convicted of vice charges, is leaving court on June 1936 handcuffed to two detectives after hearing New York Supreme Court Justice Phillip J. McCook sentence him to 30 to 50 years in Sing Sing prison.

“Look out for Number One. If you don’t, no one else will.” –Arnold “The Brain” Rothstein #lessonsfromthemob #godfatherspizza

,Arnold Rothstein, the gangster who fixed the 1919 World Series, wasn't quite the sex-machine he's portrayed as in "Boardwalk Empire.

Ravenite surveillance 79

Ravenite surveillance 79

| Charles Lucky Luciano Photograph - Charles Lucky Luciano Fine Art ...

the luciano genovese crime family/ Luciano/Genovese Family: 1931 - Charles "Lucky" Luciano organizes a new family named after him and appoints himself as boss.

21 famous people who are buried in Illinois  |  Not just Chicago but around the entire state of Illinois.

These 21 Famous Peoples' Graves Can Be Found in Illinois

Joe Gallo became involved in the mob after becoming an enforcer and hit man for Joe Profaci in the Profaci crime family. Gallo was involved in the murder of Albert Anastasia, a hit arranged by Carlo Gambino in order to take his place. A few years later, Gallo attempted to kidnap the Profaci family for money and ended up succeeding. In 1961, Gallo was sentenced to 7 to 14 years in prison for conspiracy and extortion. After Gallo was released from prison and Colombo was murdered, members of…

Joe Gallo became involved in the mob after becoming an enforcer and hit man for Joe Profaci in the Profaci crime family. Gallo was involved in the murder of Albert Anastasia, a hit arranged by Carlo Gambino in order to take his place. A few years later, Gallo attempted to kidnap the Profaci family for money and ended up succeeding. In 1961, Gallo was sentenced to 7 to 14 years in prison for conspiracy and extortion. After Gallo was released from prison and Colombo was murdered, members of…

Joseph Gallo (April 7, 1929 – April 7, 1972), also known as "Crazy Joe" and "Joe the Blond", was a celebrated New York City gangster for the Profaci crime family, later known as the Colombo crime family. Gallo initiated one of the bloodiest mob conflicts since the 1931 Castellammarese War and was murdered as a result of it.

Joseph Gallo (April 1929 – April also known as "Crazy Joe" and "Joe…

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