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Mafia boss Joe Masseria lays dead on a Brooklyn restaurant floor holding the ace of spades.1931

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Giuseppe the Clutch Hand Morello (May 2, 1867 – August 15, 1930), also known as The Old Fox, was the first boss of the Morello crime family and later top adviser to Giuseppe Joe the Boss Masseria. He was known as Piddu (diminutive form of Giuseppe) and his rivals the Castellammarese knew him as Peter Morello.[1] He was famous for having a one-fingered deformed right hand that resembled a claw.

Giuseppe 'the Clutching Hand' Morello- He was famous for having a one-fingered deformed right hand that resembled a claw. In the Giuseppe founded a gang known as the Street Mob and which would later evolve into the Morello crime family.

Underworld kingpin Joe The Boss Masseria lies on the floor clutching an ace of spades, after he was murdered while playing cards at a restaurant in Coney Island, April 15, 1931 - via reddit [[MORE]]

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On April, 15, 1931, Joe "The Boss" Masseria was gunned down in the Nuovo Volla Tammaro Italian restaurant in Coney Island. He was having lunch with his second-in-command, Lucky Luciano, when Luciano excused himself and went to the men's room. Suddenly, four gunman, led by Bugsy Siegel, burst into the restaurant and filled Masseria with lead. When the police arrived Luciano said he didn't see a thing, which was the truth, even though it was Luciano who set up the Masseria hit.

A picture of Joe Masseria, a mob boss, taken in 1931 after being murder by supposed Charles “Lucky” Luciano’s hitmen. A photographer decided to stage the crime scene and take the ace of spades card.

A picture of Joe Masseria, a mob boss, taken in 1931 after being murder by supposed Charles “Lucky” Luciano’s hitmen. A photographer decided to stage the crime scene and take the ace of spades card that Masseria was playing with before his murder, and put it in his hands. Since then, the mob has always thought the Ace of Spades as a bad omen.

A picture of Joe Masseria, a mob boss, taken in 1931 after being murder by supposed Charles “Lucky” Luciano’s hitmen. A photographer decided to stage the crime scene and take the ace of spades card that Masseria was playing with before his murder, and put it in his hands. Since then, the mob has always thought the Ace of Spades as a bad omen.

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