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The mysterious Sandino pandolfo , Joe valachi mentions Sandino as being the consigliere of the genovese family from the mid 30s to the mid 50s , but he didn't know his last name

The mysterious Sandino pandolfo , Joe valachi mentions Sandino as being the consigliere of the genovese family from the mid to the mid , but he didn't know his last name

Donald "The Wizard of Ods" Angelini, Outfit gambling genius and a true gentleman gambler, not a violent hood.

Donald Angelini (September 1926 – December was a mobster nicknamed The Wizard Of Odds with the Chicago Outfit, a criminal organization that specialized in gambling operations.

Original photo of Brooklyn mobsters Larry Gallo and Albert "Kid Blast" Gallo. They are brothers of Crazy Joey Gallo. They were in the Gambino family and were at war with the Profaci's in Brooklyn in the 60's. This original photograph was taken outside the Supreme Court in Brooklyn. It was taken by Ira Rosenberg who was a staff photographer for the New York World -Telegram and Sun on October 25, 1965.

Original photo of Brooklyn mobsters Larry Gallo and Albert "Kid Blast" Gallo…

Richard Manfredonia (1908-1976) aka Dick aka Richard Monroe was a soldier in the Genovese family, same as his brother John Manfredonia, who would be killed in 1978. Crime record dates back t0 1944 and mentions bootlegging, state narcotic laws and two federal convictions that got him 6-18 years in prison. He was associated with Harry Tantillo, Joe Valachi, John Stopelli, Vincent Mauro and Michael Altimari. Was one of a group of mafiosi distributing wholesale quantities of heroin.

Richard Manfredonia (1908-1976) aka Dick aka Richard Monroe was a soldier in the Genovese family, same as his brother John Manfredonia, who would be killed in 1978. Crime record dates back t0 1944 and mentions bootlegging, state narcotic laws and two federal convictions that got him 6-18 years in prison. He was associated with Harry Tantillo, Joe Valachi, John Stopelli, Vincent Mauro and Michael Altimari. Was one of a group of mafiosi distributing wholesale quantities of heroin.

Giacomo Colosimo (February 16, 1878 – May 11, 1920), better known as Big Jim Colosimo, was an Italian-American Mafia crime boss who built a criminal empire in Chicago based on prostitution, gambling, and racketeering. Immigrating from Italy in 1895, he gained power through petty crime and the heading of a chain of brothels. He would lead the Chicago Outfit from about 1902 until his death in 1920

Giacomo Colosimo (February 1878 – May better known as Big Jim…

Tony "The Gawk" Augello, a Colombo soldier. Augello was busted on drug charges and was called in on a meeting with other Colombo mobsters. He was sure he would not survive the meeting and blew his brains out in a phone booth, may 1983.

Tony "The Gawk" Augello, a Colombo soldier. Augello was busted on drug charges and was called in on a meeting with other Colombo mobsters. He was sure he would not survive the meeting and blew his brains out in a phone booth, may

Tommy Lucchese - (1899-1967) Boss of the Lucchese family, called Three Fingers.

Gaetano "Tommy" Lucchese aka Tom Brown or Three-Finger Brown - Boss

John "Papa Johnny" Torrio, born Giovanni Torrio (January 20, 1882 – April 16, 1957), also known as "The Fox" and as "The Immune", was an Italian-American mobster who helped build the criminal empire known as the Chicago Outfit in the 1920s that was later inherited by his protégé, Al Capone.

Johnny Torrio was an Italian-American mobster who helped build the criminal empire known as the Chicago Outfit

Jacob "Gurrah" Shapiro (May 5, 1899 - June 9, 1947) was a New York mobster who, with his partner Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, controlled industrial labor racketeering in New York for two decades and established the Murder, Inc. organization.

Jacob "Gurrah" Shapiro (May 1899 – June was a New York mobster who, with his partner Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, controlled industrial labor racketeering in New York for two decades and established the Murder, Inc.

Craig Anthony Fiato, also known as Anthony the Animal and Tony Rome, was an American mobster and hitman[1] for the Los Angeles crime family who later became an undercover informant and government witness. In the words of retired FBI undercover agent Bob Hamer, "Anthony Fiato was a major player in that whole organized crime scene" in 1980s Los Angeles.[2] Fiato grew up in Boston to law-abiding parents. At age 17, his family moved to Hollywood. Under his mentor Michael "Mike Rizzi" Rizzitello…

Craig Anthony Fiato, also known as Anthony the Animal and Tony Rome, was an…

Gaetano Badalamenti (September 14, 1923 – April 29, 2004) was a powerful member of the Sicilian Mafia. Don Tano Badalamenti was the capofamiglia of his hometown Cinisi, Sicily, and headed the Sicilian Mafia Commission in the 1970s. In 1987 he was sentenced in the United States to 45 years in federal prison for being one of the leaders of the so-called Pizza Connection, a USD 1.65 billion drug-trafficking ring that used pizzerias as fronts to distribute heroin from 1975 to 1984.[1][2] Tano…

Gaetano Badalamenti (September 1923 – April was a powerful member…

The body of Paul "Big Paulie" Castellano, boss of the Gambino family lying outside of Sparks Steak House on New York's East 46th Street, on December 16,1985.

The body of Paul "Big Paulie" Castellano, boss of the Gambino family lying outside of Sparks Steak House on New York's East Street, on December

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