Carmine Persico & Anthony Senter of the Gemini Twins, The Colombo Crime Family & The Lucchese Crime Family // Boss & Soldier.
The Gambino family
Copacabana, 1946. Stefano Magaddino, Joe Bonanno, Salvatore Bonanno, and Gaspar DiGregorio.
John "Pudgy" Matassa,melrose park capo,chicago outfit
Marco "The Mover" D'amico,consigliere the chicago outfit
John"The Ape" Montelone,former 26th street crew boss,chicago outfit
Joe Ferriola,Sam" Wings"Carlisi,Rocco Infelise and James Marcello mid eighties meeting of high ranking chicago outfit bosses
Chicago Mob Boss - Joey "The Clown" Lombardo
Chicago mobster" Frankie Breeze "Calabrese
John 'No Nose' DiFronzo head of the Chicago outfit
Jerry "the monk" Scalise...One of Chicago's most notorious mobsters was sentenced to federal prison. But Jerry Scalise's sentence wasn't as long as it could have been.
Jake "Greasy Thumb" Guzik (March 20, 1886 – February 21, 1956) was the financial and legal advisor, and later political “greaser,” for the Chicago Outfit. Guzik worked for Capone, and later Paul "the Waiter" Ricca and Tony Accardo. During the 1940s and 1950s, when the national syndicate was dominated by what was called the Big Six, it was Guzik and Accardo who flew east weekly to meet with the other heads of the organization: Joe Adonis, Frank Costello, Meyer Lansky and Longy Zwillman.
Franklin Rio also known as "Frank Rio" and "Frank Cline" (June 30, 1895 - February 23, 1935) was a member of Al Capone's Chicago-based criminal organization known as the Chicago Outfit. He was also an alleged gunman in the famous 1929 St. Valentine's Day Massacre.
The Spilotro Brothers
Ralph “Ralphie” “Bottles” Capon(i)e, 1928, Chicago.Ralph was Al’s older brother and also a member of the Chicago Outfit.
Big Jim Colosimo
Al Capone - He was eventually convicted and sent to prison at Alcatraz for tax evasion, but not for murder.