MARCH 19, 1943 - "Francesco Raffaele Nitto (January 27, 1886 – March 19, 1943), also known as Frank "The Enforcer" Nitti, was an Italian American gangster. One of Al Capone's top henchmen, Nitti was in charge of all strong-arm and 'muscle' operations. Nitti was later the front-man for the Chicago Outfit, the organized crime syndicate headed by Capone." Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Nitti
Raymond Loreda Salvatore Patriarca, Sr. (March 18, 1908 – July 11, 1984) was an Italian-American mobster from Providence, Rhode Island who became the longtime boss of the Patriarca crime family, whose control extended throughout New England for over three decades. One of the most powerful crime bosses in the United States, Patriarca often mediated disputes between Cosa Nostra families outside the region. He was the father of Raymond Patriarca, Jr.
Lucky Luciano is a notorious Italian mobster best known as the father of modern organized crime in America. His family migrated to the United States when Lucky was 10 and by age 20, he was well integrated into the gang scene in New York City. He eventually ran a powerful crime family which bore his name, controlling criminal rackets such as gambling, drug trafficking and extortion.
The bodies of Joseph Amberg and his chauffeur, Morris Keesler, lie on the floor of a parking garage located on Christopher and Blake Streets in Brooklyn, NY. They were shot by the members of the notorious Murder, Inc. gang on Sept. 30, 1935.
John 'Johnny Carnegs' Carneglia (born 1945 Ozone Park, Queens) is a New York criminal with the Gambino crime family who was convicted of running a heroin distribution ring. John is the brother of mob hitman Charles Carneglia and was an associate of Gambino boss John Gotti.