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Legendary genovese

Rocco Napoli, son of legendary Genovese captain Jimmy Napoli. Rocco was a Union boss of LIUNA Local 21 (Newark). In 1989 he got sentenced to 6 years in prison on racketeering charges, illegal gambling, extortion, labor payoffs and trafficking in stolen property.

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Jersey Genovese crew member and one of six brothers made into the family ,Anthony 'nana' Campisi.

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Saverio Santora (1935–1987), also known as "Sammy Black", was a New York mobster with the Genovese crime family who briefly served as family underboss. He was capo of the powerful 116th street crew of East Harlem and mentor of Liborio Bellomo. He was one of the candidates to take over from boss Benny Lombardo but became the number 2 man after Vincent Gigante.

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Frank Sinatra - Why is he on MARILYN's board? To reveal how he and his Mafia friends treated her. 1962. The CAL-NEVA HOTEL at Lake Tahoe was jointly owned by SINATRA, PETER LAWFORD, DEAN MARTIN, JOE KENNEDY (JFK's father) and last but not least SAM GIANCANA, head of the Chicago Mafia. According to two men who were there, William Woodfield a photographer friend of SINATRA's and Vincent Alo a member of the GENOVESE crime family, one weekend MARILYN was...."there to meet up with BOBBY (KENNEDY)…

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Ernest Muscarella had lived in a charmed life as a Genovese capo, avoiding the limelight and the government's radar screen. Muscarella was very much cut from the same block as previous Genovese powerhouse Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno. Upon the 1986 conviction of Salerno in the landmark trial known as the 'Commission Case', Muscarella inherited Salerno's legendary 'uptown crew' located in Harlem and upper Manhattan. Muscarella found himself facing two serious indictments. The first was for…

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Angelo "Gyp" DeCarlo (September 2, 1902 – October 20, 1973) was a member of the New York Genovese crime family who dominated loansharking operations in New Jersey during the 1960s.

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Richard Boiardo (December 8, 1890 – October 24, 1984), also known as "Richie the Boot", was a caporegime in the Genovese crime family who ran mob operations in the Newark, New Jersey area.

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