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    John Ringo achieved a reputation as a notorious and dangerous man in Texas based on his link to the Hoodoo War which peaked in violence during 1875. Around 1879, Johnny Ringo drifted West to Arizona, where the notorious cowboy became the chief antagonist of Wyatt Earp, and received more notoriety before his death in July 1882. For more than a century, controversy has swirled about the details of Ringo's demise, making his death one of the most hotly debated deaths in Old West history.

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    Most Evil Mobsters in History by Lauren Carter, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1843171074/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_AHN7qb1QV3D4G

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    Giuseppe 'Joey A' Adonis former Boss of Genovese Family c.1937

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    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 & "muscle" operations. Nitti was later the front-man for the Chicago Outfit, the organized crime syndicate headed by Capone.

    Gangsters of the Golden Era - Page 3

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    Jesse James and his brother Frank as children

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    John 'Junior' Gotti's Family - Where Are They Now? - NYPOST.com. Uncle Peter "One-Eyed Pete" Gotti, former boss of the Gambino family.

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    Al Capone

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    Once known as the "Lord High Executioner" of Murder, Inc. and head of the Gambino Family, Albert Anastasia was one of the most feared bosses in the New York Mafia. Originally from Italy, he allegedly controlled a fierce racketeering business along the New York City waterfront for years.

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    Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel, D.O.B. Feb 28, 1906-June 20, 1947 Early on making his money bootlegging during prohibition, he then moved to California to develop crime syndicates involved in gambling and the numbers racket. Notable mob hits include mob boss Joe Masseria. Death: Bugsy's death is an unsolved mystery, he was shot in the face with a .30 caliber military M1 rifle while sitting in his house.

    Criminals of The Cosa Nostra

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    serial killers and psychopathy

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