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Robert "DB" DiBernardo (May 31, 1937 in Hewlett, New York – June 5, 1986) was a member of the Gambino crime family and one of John Gotti's subordinates, who was reputed to control much of the commercial pornography in the US. During the United States presidential election, 1984, publicity about DiBernardo having rented business premises from the husband of Geraldine Anne Ferraro embroiled her in damaging media innuendo about organised crime By some accounts DiBernardo was the major figure behind

Anthony J. Rampino (c. 1939 Ozone Park, Queens – 20 December 2010, St.Luke Hospital, New Hartford, NY), also known as "Tony Roach", was a Gambino crime family mobster who was involved in truck hijacking and drug trafficking.

Thomas Agro (1931–1987), also known as "Tommy A", "T.A.", "Tipp", and "Thomas Ambrosiano", was a New York gangster with the Gambino crime family who ran lucrative bookmaking and gambling operations in Florida

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Mobster Joey Gallo was born April 7, 1929 in Brooklyn, New York. The man commonly known as Crazy Joey also had a softer side. He liked to write poetry and became known for befriending pop stars and poets. But his self promotion did not sit well with New York's mafia leaders, and he was gunned down in mid-bite at his favorite New York restaurant on April 7, 1972.

Joey Gallo - Biography - Organized Crime -

Bruce Gilden Mafia Funeral this one is my favorite one

Mae Capone, wife of gangster Al Capone, was snapped on her way to visit her husband at Alcatraz on March 1, 1936.

Al Capone's wife, 1936 - Inside Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary

Machine Gun Kelly AKA George Kelly Barnes

JOE ADONIS Birth: Nov. 22, 1902 Montemarano, Italy Death: Nov. 26, 1971 Organized Crime Figure. He was a close friend of mob boss Lucky Luciano and a member of his Mafia family in both Brooklyn, New York City, New York and New Jersey. He was deported to Italy in 1956 and died there of natural causes.

Joe Adonis (1902 - 1971) - Find A Grave Memorial

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Underboss: Sammy the Bull Gravano's Story of Life in the Mafia

Carlo"Don Carlo"Gambino

Gregory Scarpa, Sr. also known as "The Grim Reaper" and "The Mad Hatter", was a capo for the Colombo crime family and feared by many in each of the families, he was also a key informant for the FBI,

Gregory Scarpa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Frank Galluchio, the man that gave Al Capone his nickname of “Scarface”. He cut up Capone’s face when he insulted a woman ...

Meyer Lansky, Al Capone and Enoch Jhonson.

Gambino crime family

May 2011 Alleged threat of violence may cost reputed Philly mobster Anthony Staino bail. Described as one of Ligambi’s top associates and part of a small inner circle that ran the crime family.

Richard Kuklinski "The Iceman"1935-2006. A contract killer for newark's DeCavalcante family NYC five families. He was 6'5" 300lbs. committed his first murder at 13yrs old

Mae Capone (April 11, 1897 – April 16, 1986), aka Josephine, was the widow of Al Capone.

Mob Wives: Chicago's Mae Capone | M.O.B. Wives

Thomas Bilotti B---3/23/1940 12/16/1985 Paul Castellano's Underboss in the Gambino Family. Bilotti was Underboss for two short weeks from Dec. 2 until Dec.16,1985 when he and Paul Castellano were shot to death while exiting their car in front of Spark's Steakhouse in Manhattan. Their murders were ordered by John Gotti and Sammy (The Bull) Gravano.

Thomas Bilotti (1940 - 1985) - Find A Grave Photos

Vito Genovese

John Scalise (1900 - May 7, 1929) organized crime figure & with Albert Anselmi, one of Chicago Outfit's most successful hitmen. He & Anselmi were suspects in 1924 murder of Dean O'Banion, boss of Chicago's North Side Gang. They were acquitted. Arrested in St. Valentine's Day Massacre case, they were let go. In early morning hours of May 8, 1929, bodies of Scalise, Anselmi, & Joseph Giunta were discovered on a lonely road near Hammond, Indiana. All three had been severely beaten & shot to death.

John Scalise - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Frank "Frankie Loc" LoCascio (born 1933) is a New York mobster who became the Consigliere to the Gambino crime family, under Boss John Gotti. He was one of Gotti's closest lieutenants.

Mobster Rat Joseph Valachi, once a member of La Cosa Nostra, was one of the first gangsters to admit to federal officials that the Mafia existed. In 1963,

Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso is an Italian American mobster and former boss of the Lucchese crime family. During his career in organized crime, Casso was regarded as a "homicidal maniac" by state and federal law enforcement. In interviews and on the witness stand, Casso has confessed involvement in the murders of Frank DeCicco, Roy DeMeo, and Vladimir Reznikov. Casso has also admitted to several attempts to murder Gambino crime family boss John Gotti.

Anthony Casso - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia