Mafia Mafia Ii Families

Mafia   Mafia Ii Families

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This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 36. Chapters: Clemente Crime Family, Falcone Crime Family, Vinci Crime Family, Clemente Consigliere, Clemente Mansion, Freddy's Bar, Freddy Macchione, Henry Tomasino, Johnny Morgan, Luca Gurino, Richie Mazzeo, Sammy, Silvio Palmieri, The Clemente crime family, The Clemente Slaughterhouse, Antonio Balsamo, Berto Grossano, Carlo Falcone, Eddie Scarpa, Frankie the Mick, Harvey Epstein, Henry Tomasino, Jack Olivero, Joe Barbaro, Marty, Rocco, The Falcone crime family, The Maltese Falcon, Vito Scaletta, Zavesky Observatory, Clemente crime family, Falcone crime family, Gangs in Mafia II, Gravina crime family, Sicilian Mafia, The Vinci crime family, Vinci crime family, Derek's Office, Derek Pappalardo, Frank Vinci, Leo Galante, Pepe Costa, Stephen Coyne, The Bartender, The Mona Lisa, The Vinci crime family, Vehicle Export, Vinci Capo, Vinci Mansion. Excerpt: Clemente Consigliere (real name unknown) is an unseen character in Mafia II and Consigliere in the Clemente crime family, he is mentioned in Frankie Potts' files. He was likely present at the Clemente crime family meeting in the Empire Arms Hotel, if this is true he would have died in Room Service. The Clemente crime family is the youngest of the three Mafia families in Empire Bay. It gained its place as one of the three major Empire Bay families after the two major families were weakened by the Vinci-Moretti War. The family was founded by Don Alberto Clemente in 1929. At the end of the Vinci-Moretti War, the Vinci crime family controlled about eighty percent of the mafia's business in the city. Some time later, the Clemente family took advantage of the other families being weak from the war and took control of some of the businesses the Vinci family formally had. The family was viewed as second rate by the other families due to the way that Alberto Clemente ran it. However, after the bombing of Don Clemente and the rest of his top capo...
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Task Force Report Organized Crime

Task Force Report  Organized Crime

Annotations and Consultants' Papers United States. Task Force on Organized
Crime. forming a solid unit . But the alliance is not an alliance of equals . One
family gathers lesser families around it , and the leader of the supreme family is
the ...

Author: United States. Task Force on Organized Crime

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ISBN: UVA:X004110300

Category: Gangs

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This volume presents five documents from the President's Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice: the chapter containing the findings and recommendations relating to the organized crime problems facing the United States and four background papers submitted by outside consultants. The analyses in the Commission report chapter focused on the types and locations of organized crime, the corruption of law enforcement and political systems, the membership and organization of criminal cartels, efforts to control organized crime, and a proposed national strategy against organized crime. Recommendations related to methods of proving criminal violations, investigation and prosecution units, citizens crime commissions, and noncriminal controls such as regulations and media coverage. The four consultants' reports examined the functions and structure of criminal syndicates, corruption of public officials in one jurisdiction, evidence collection in organized crime, and the economic analysis of organized crime.
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Five Families

Five Families

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 49. Chapters: Gambino crime family, Lucchese crime family, Genovese crime family, Bonanno crime family, Colombo crime family. Excerpt: The Lucchese crime family is one of the "Five Families" that controls organized crime activities in New York City, U.S., within the nationwide criminal phenomenon known as the Mafia (or Cosa Nostra). Originally put together by Gaetano "Tommy" Reina in the early 1920s up until his murder in 1930, their illicit activities include profiting from labor and construction racketeering, illegal gambling, loansharking, extortion, drug trafficking, money laundering, hijacking, fraud, fencing and murder for hire. The family was taken over by Gaetano "Tommy" Gagliano during the Castellammarese War until his death in 1951. The family under Gagliano was peaceful and low key, concentrating their criminal actives in the Bronx, Manhattan and New Jersey. The next boss was Tommy "Three-Finger Brown" Lucchese who turned the family around and became one of the most powerful Commission members. Lucchese teamed up with Gambino family boss Carlo Gambino to control organized crime in New York City together. When Lucchese died of natural causes in 1967, Carmine Tramunti controlled the family for a brief time; he was arrested in 1973. With his release from prison, Lucchese's successor Anthony "Tony Ducks" Corallo gained control of the family. Corallo was very secretive and soon became one of the most powerful members of the Commission. Corallo was arrested and tried in the famous Commission case of 1986. Corallo decided to put Vittorio "Vic" Amuso and Anthony Casso in charge of the family. Casso was soon promoted to underboss and the family barely survived the reign. Casso, fearing arrest in the early 1990s, kept ordering those he felt unloyal to be murdered. The former street boss for Casso Alphonse "Little Al" D'Arco fear...
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Organized Crime

Organized Crime

Idone brought Scalleat to Philadelphia that same night to meet with Philip Testa,
the probable successor to Angelo Bruno as the head of Philadelphia's crime
family. Idone was observed driving Scalleat away from the meeting. Members
and ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs. Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations

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ISBN: UCAL:B5139411

Category: Crime

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Profile of Organized Crime

Profile of Organized Crime

Fall 1980— Joe Gallo Predicted He Mould Become Mafia Family Boss, Wanted
To Make Zagaria Member Twice in the fall of 1980 the subject of Mafia
membership came up in discussions Zagaria had with reputed Licavoli family
members.

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs. Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations

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ISBN: PSU:000014133084

Category: Government publications

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Task Force Report Organized Crim Annotations and Consultants Papers

Task Force Report  Organized Crim  Annotations and Consultants  Papers

Task Force on Organized Crime, the President's Commission on Law
Enforcement and Administration of Justice United ... Since the Mafia began in
rural villages , a clear line between the criminal band and the extended family
was not drawn .

Author: United States President of the United States

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Lucchese Crime Family Including

Lucchese Crime Family  Including

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ISBN: 1242326359

Category: Social Science

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Hephaestus Books represents a new publishing paradigm, allowing disparate content sources to be curated into cohesive, relevant, and informative books. To date, this content has been curated from Wikipedia articles and images under Creative Commons licensing, although as Hephaestus Books continues to increase in scope and dimension, more licensed and public domain content is being added. We believe books such as this represent a new and exciting lexicon in the sharing of human knowledge. This particular book is a collaboration focused on Lucchese crime family.More info: The Lucchese crime family is one of the "Five Families" that controls organized crime activities in New York City, U.S., within the nationwide criminal phenomenon known as the Mafia (or Cosa Nostra). Originally put together by Gaetano "Tommy" Reina in the early 1920s up until his murder in 1930, their illicit activities include profiting from labor and construction racketeering, illegal gambling, loansharking, extortion, drug trafficking, money laundering, hijacking, fraud, fencing and murder for hire. There would be 24 organizations (to be known as "families") throughout the country who would elect their own bosses. Maranzano also reorganized all the Italian-American gangs in New York City into five New York families to be headed by Maranzano, Lucky Luciano, Vincent Mangano, Tommy Gagliano and Joseph Profaci. Gagliano became the boss of the old Reina gang, to be later known as the Lucchese family, with Lucchese as his underboss and Stefano Ronnelli as his consigliere. The final element of Maranzano's peace plan was that he would become the supreme leader of all the families, the Boss of all Bosses. However, Luciano and other mob members did not want another top leader. When Maranzano learned about Luciano's disaffection, he hired a gunman to kill him. However, in September 1931 Luciano struck first. Several Jewish assassins provided by Luciano associate Meyer Lansky murdered Maranzano in his office. Luciano now became the most powerful mobster in New York.
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Organized Crime

Organized Crime

Discusses the history, types, and methods of dealing with organized crime.

Author: Michael Benson

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 9781438118024

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Discusses the history, types, and methods of dealing with organized crime.
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Making Jack Falcone

Making Jack Falcone

A fascinating inside look at the struggle between law enforcement and organized crime, MAKING JACK FALCONE sheds new light on two organizational cultures that continue to exert an unparalled grip on our imagination.

Author: Joaquin 'Jack' Garcia

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781471108525

Category: True Crime

Page: 272

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At 6'4" and 375 pounds, Jack Garcia looked the part of a mobster, and he played his part so perfectly that his Mafia bosses never suspected he was an undercover agent for the FBI. 'Big Jack Falcone', as he was known inside La Cosa Nostra, learned all the inside dirt about the Gambino organized crime syndicate and its illegal activities - from extortion and loan-sharking to assault and murder. The result was a string of busts and a quarter of a million dollar contract put out on his life. A fascinating inside look at the struggle between law enforcement and organized crime, MAKING JACK FALCONE sheds new light on two organizational cultures that continue to exert an unparalled grip on our imagination.
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Bosses of the Gambino Crime Family

Bosses of the Gambino Crime Family

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 22. Chapters: John Gotti, Carlo Gambino, Paul Castellano, Albert Anastasia, John A. Gotti, Jackie D'Amico, Nicholas Corozzo, Peter Gotti, Arnold Squitieri, Alfred Mineo, Vincent Mangano, Salvatore D'Aquila, Frank Scalice. Excerpt: Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino, (August 24, 1902 - October 15, 1976) was a Sicilian mafioso who became boss of the Gambino crime family, that still bears his name today. After the 1957 Apalachin Convention he unexpectedly seized control of the Commission of La Cosa Nostra in the US. Gambino was known for being low-key and secretive. Gambino served 22 months in prison (1938-39), and lived to the age of 74, when he died of a heart attack in bed, "In a state of grace," according to a priest who had given him the Last Rites of the Catholic Church. He had two brothers, Gaspare Gambino, who later married and was never involved with the Mafia, and Paolo Gambino, who was a caporegime in his brother's family. Gambino was a native of the town Caccamo in Palermo, Sicily. He was born to a family that belonged to the Honored Society. The Honored Society was slightly more complicated than the Black Hand of America, which was often confused with the American Mafia. The Black Hand, much like the pre-1920s Mafia, was a highly disorganized version of the real European Mafia. Once Benito Mussolini chased a great deal of real mafiosi out of Italy, Italian-Americans such as Gambino benefited from the new, better-organized Mafia. Gambino began carrying out murder orders for new Mob bosses in his teens. In 1921, at the age of 19, he became a "made man," and was inducted into Cosa Nostra. He was later known as an "original." He was the brother-in-law of Sicilian Gambino crime family mobster Paul Castellano. Gambino entered the United States as an illegal immigrant on a shipping boat. He ate nothing but anchovies and wine during...
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The War Against the Mafia

The War Against the Mafia

crime figure wouldn't put that great a dent because they are all replaceable . Gotti
will be replaced . The Gambino crime Family is going to go on . It will be hurt now
more than the others because of the co - operation we have from its underboss ...

Author: Tim Shawcross

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ISBN: UOM:39015062063634

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The Rossi Crime Family

The Rossi Crime Family

Darkness may own their souls but they each have one woman that will forever own their hearts. It's time to take a dip into a little darkness and join the Rossi Crime Family. Book 1- Protect Me She needs me.

Author: Cassandra Hallman

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ISBN: 1689400269

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Limited edition box set filled with FIVE full-length standalone novels, including a brand new release. Over 350,000 words with hours upon hours of reading time. Five men filthy, dark, cruel men that will do anything to protect what is theirs. Darkness may own their souls but they each have one woman that will forever own their hearts. It's time to take a dip into a little darkness and join the Rossi Crime Family. Book 1- Protect Me She needs me. When she finds her brother dead in her apartment she comes to me. I'm the only person who can protect her, save her from my brother, but in the mafia there are conditions and to keep her safe I have to make her my wife.Book 2- Keep Me She's looking for her sister. I'm looking for revenge. Taking her was meant to hurt my father until I find out she's an innocent caught in the tangled web of the mafia. But she knows my secret and that makes her dangerous. Do I kill her or let her into my heart? Book 3- Guard Me Brought in for an auction there's no way I can keep the girl with soft eyes, and a caring smile. The mafia owns me and betraying them means death for both of us. But I have to have her... I have to save her.Book 4- Tame Me My brother saved her life and shoved her into my arms. I'm the last thing this angel needs. I'm the devil, seconds away from falling off the edge. I don't deserve her, but that doesn't mean I'm letting her go. Her past is coming for her and I'll be damned if I let them get their hands on her again.Book 5- Remember Me (New Release) She was my first love, my forever, and then I lost her. I told myself I would let her go, that I would let her live her life however she wanted. That was before someone tried to hurt her. My enemies are coming for me and they'll do anything, kill anyone to get their revenge. And I'll be damned if I let them hurt her. ***This is a dark mafia romance box set. Including dark themes and dubious content. Not suitable for all readers. HEA guaranteed. Each book can be read as a complete standalone. ***
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Mafia Issues

Mafia Issues

In conclusion , the Mafia , and in particular the Mafiafamily ” , produces trust
relationship and reputation for its members . Culture and historical events made
the Mafia the Sicilian response to the lack of institutions in its initial capitalism .

Author: Ernesto Ugo Savona

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105021870220

Category: Mafia

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Surviving the Mob

Surviving the Mob

After 17 months on the run, the law caught him first. Surviving the Mob is a cautionary tale of the harsh reality of a criminal, inmate, fugitive, and witness who--so far--has lived to tell the tale.

Author: Dennis N. Griffin

Publisher: Huntington Press Inc

ISBN: 9781935396383

Category: True Crime

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What do you do when the law wants you behind bars and the New York crime families want you buried? That was the life-and-death dilemma confronting Andrew DiDonato, who began his criminal career at age 14 under the watchful eyes of the local Mob. By the time he was 17, the infamous Gambino family made DiDonato an associate of the Nicholas Corozzo crew. For the next 14 years, he was a loyal street soldier, immersed in dangerous and profitable criminal activities: burglary, forgery, extortion, loan sharking, car theft, bank robbery, counterfeiting, drug dealing, credit-card and insurance fraud, witness tampering, weapons possession, and attempted murder. He was also involved in the underworld gambling operations, which took in millions dealing dice and cards, booking sports and horses, and running numbers. Between these pages you'll find the most in-depth look at Mob gambling ever. At age 31, DiDonato ran afoul of both the law and his friends, turning him into a hunted man on two fronts. After 17 months on the run, the law caught him first. Surviving the Mob is a cautionary tale of the harsh reality of a criminal, inmate, fugitive, and witness who--so far--has lived to tell the tale.
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The Mafia Handbook

The Mafia Handbook

Everything You Always Wanted to Know about the Mob But Were Really Afraid to
Ask Douglas Le Vien, Juliet Papa. administration : the upper - level power
structure of an organized crime Family , composed of the boss , underboss , and
 ...

Author: Douglas Le Vien

Publisher: Penguin Mass Market

ISBN: 014017589X

Category: Mafia

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In the spirit of The Official Preppy Handbook, this tongue-in-cheek guide to the ins and outs of the mob tells readers everything they need to know in order to lead a glamorous life of crime, pasta, and pinky rings. Perfect for goodfellas and wiseguy wannabes everywhere. Illustrations and photos.
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The Mafia and Politics

The Mafia and Politics

Moreover , every time a Mafia chief moved into the town , one of his subordinates
in the village was promoted to his place ... The Mafia ' family ' is the first step in
the affiliation , and it is almost always composed of blood relations or relations by
 ...

Author: Michele Pantaleone

Publisher: New York : Coward-McCann

ISBN: UCAL:B3916526

Category: Mafia

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The Mafia in America

The Mafia in America

THE CAMPISI FAMILY In the Italian enclave of Vailsburg , in Newark , the
Campisis are known as a crime family , but in reality they are a family of criminals
. That is , they are not the equivalent of the Gambino or Genovese families , yet
they ...

Author: Howard Abadinsky

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: UOM:39015046807106

Category: Mafia

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Friend of the Family

Friend of the Family

Jacobs writes historical fiction under a different name, but here tries his hand at nonfiction to tell the story of Ed Robb, one of the first and most successful FBI undercover agents to work against the Mafia organized crime network.

Author: D. Lea Jacobs

Publisher: Howells House

ISBN: 0929590198

Category: True Crime

Page: 336

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Jacobs writes historical fiction under a different name, but here tries his hand at nonfiction to tell the story of Ed Robb, one of the first and most successful FBI undercover agents to work against the Mafia organized crime network. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Mafia Camorra War

Mafia Camorra War

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Chapters: Morello Crime Family, Ciro Terranova, Pellegrino Morano, Ignazio Saietta, Ralph Daniello, Alessandro Vollero. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 42. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The Morello crime family, established in 1892, was one of the earliest crime families to be established in the United States and New York City. It is the direct ancestor of the Genovese crime family, now one of New York City's Five Families. The Morello crime family was based in Manhattan's East Harlem and would establish dominance over the New York Sicilian mafia families operating in the Italian-American underworld. The crime family eventually gained dominance in the Italian underworld by defeating the rival Neapolitan Camorra of Brooklyn. Many of the organizations members included such criminals as Ignazio "Lupo the Wolf" Saietta, Giuseppe "Joe the Boss" Masseria, Francesco "Frankie Yale" Uale, Umberto "Rocco" Valenti, Tommaso "The Ox" Petto and Charles Ubriaco as well as other future mob leaders such as Charles "Lucky" Luciano, Frank "the Prime Minister" Costello, Vito Genovese and Giuseppe "Joe Adonis" Doto. The Morello crime family's successors would gain control of New York city's criminal rackets following the fall of the Irish and Jewish gangsters who dominated New York's underworld in the beginning of the twentieth century. The Morello family was actually more or less, two Sicilian families tied by blood and marriage, the Morello-Terranova family. Both of these Sicilian families held deep roots in the community of Corleone, a small town located outside of Palermo. Calogero Morello married Angela Piazza in 1865, and the marriage produced 3 children, the eldest Antonio, his younger brother Giuseppe, and his sister Marietta. Their father died in 1872, but in the Sicily of that era, it was not ...http: //booksllc.net/?id=2039607
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