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In the '70s mafia murders were on the rise. Famous New York Daily News photograph of the bodies of Carmine Galante and Leonardo Coppolla after a 1979 rubout in the backyard of a Brooklyn restaurant, by members of the Bonanno crime family.

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Giuseppe Salvatore Riina, the son of the most feared Sicilian mafia boss.

Joe" Bananas" Bonanno (1905-2002), boss of the Bonanno family from 1931-1965.

Joseph Charles Massino (born January 10, 1943), is a former American mobster. He was a member of the Mafia (Cosa Nostra) and was the boss of the Bonanno crime family from 1991 until 2004, when he became the first boss of one of the Five Families in New York City to turn state's evidence.

JOSEPH " JOE THE BOSS " MASSERIA Birth: 1879 Death: Apr. 15, 1931 Gangster. Murdered by four mafia gunmen: Albert Anastasia, Vito Genovese, Joe Adonis and Benjamin Siegel. Joseph (Joe the Boss

Fourteen Sicilian mobsters arrested at the first known national meeting of the Mafia held in Cleveland in 1928, and hosted by Cleveland mob boss Joe Porrello. Notable are Joseph Profaci (seated in wheelchair), head of what would become New York City’s Colombo crime family. Flanking Profaci are Capone representatives Joseph Giunta on the left and Pasquale Lolordo.

Salvatore Lo Piccolo Salvatore Lo Piccolo, también conocido como el Barón, es un mafioso siciliano y uno de los jefes más poderosos de la Cosa Nostra de Palermo, Sicilia.