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Ignazio Lupo was the last man seen with Joseph Catania, a Brooklyn grocer who had been murdered in 1902. Joseph Catania was believed to have been involved in counterfeiting with the gang before they killed him. Police tried to pin the slaying on Lupo when investigating the Barrel Murder

Ignazio Lupo was the last man seen with Joseph Catania, a Brooklyn grocer who had been murdered in 1902. Joseph Catania was believed to have been involved in counterfeiting with the gang before they killed him. Police tried to pin the slaying on Lupo when investigating the Barrel Murder

Giuseppe Morello -The Morello family is considered to be the first Mafia family…

Giuseppe Morello -The Morello family is considered to be the first Mafia family…

Colagero Morello the only son of Giuseppe Morello and Maria Marvalesi was born in 1892. Born into such a family, Colagero soon began to live a criminal life. He was killed in a street fight in 1912 on E114th Street. He was shot by Rocco Tapano, a member of the Kid Baker gang, in retribution for the Morello gang’s involvement in the 1903 slaying of Benedetto Madonia, Tapano’s Uncle. Nick Morello took revenge for his nephew shortly after when he shot Rocco Tapano.

Colagero Morello the only son of Giuseppe Morello and Maria Marvalesi was born in 1892. Born into such a family, Colagero soon began to live a criminal life. He was killed in a street fight in 1912 on E114th Street. He was shot by Rocco Tapano, a member of the Kid Baker gang, in retribution for the Morello gang’s involvement in the 1903 slaying of Benedetto Madonia, Tapano’s Uncle. Nick Morello took revenge for his nephew shortly after when he shot Rocco Tapano.

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Joe Petrosino Murder - GangRule

Walter Cronkite announcing the death of U.S. president John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

Walter Cronkite announcing the death of U.S. president John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.

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