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Joe Bananas Bonanno

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Giuseppe Bonanno / Joe Bonanno Nicknamed "Joe Bananas" - When he was three years old, his family moved to the United States and settled in the Williamsburg neighborhood in Brooklyn for about 10 years before returning to Italy.

Mafia Mug Shots: Al Capone Mug Shots

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Al Capone was one of Chicago's most notorious gangsters. He solidified his reputation as the ruthless head of the Chicago Outfit with the St. Valentine's Day Massacre in when his men gunned down seven rivals.

David "Davie the Jew" Berman - 1903 – 1957 - A Jewish-American organized crime figure in Iowa, New York City, and Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was also one of the pioneers of gambling in Las Vegas, Nevada. Berman was a partner with Bugsy Siegel at the Flamingo Hotel and one of the few mobsters of his era to die a natural death (death during surgery.)

David "Davie the Jew" Berman - 1903 – 1957 - A Jewish-American organized crime…

A true gangster, Joseph Kennedy used his friends in the mob to get his son JFK elected President of the United States. Both JFK and his brother Robert were killed by the mob because, instead of ignoring their criminal activities, like Papa Joe had promised his mob friends, RFK, as Attorney General, stepped up his mob busting activities. Moral of the story - don't mess with the mob.

A true gangster, Joseph Kennedy used his friends in the mob to get his son JFK elected President of the United States. Both JFK and his brother Robert were killed by the mob because, instead of ignoring their criminal activities, like Papa Joe had promised his mob friends, RFK, as Attorney General, stepped up his mob busting activities. Moral of the story - don't mess with the mob.

John Gotti "Through The Years"

Now that John Gotti's pushing up daisies at St. John's Cemetery, all we have to remind us of the Dapper Don are these mug shots--pictures, shattered pictures of the smiles we left behind.

Lucky Luciano is a notorious Italian mobster best known as the father of modern organized crime in America. His family migrated to the United States when Lucky was 10 and by age 20, he was well integrated into the gang scene in New York City. He eventually ran a powerful crime family which bore his name, controlling criminal rackets such as gambling, drug trafficking and extortion.

Lucky Luciano- The father of modern organized crime. He split the New york mafia into 5 families. He eventually became so powerful that the office of naval intelligence commuted his prison sentence in exchange for Sicilian Mafia contacts

Funeral of Joe the Boss Masseria at 15 West 81 Street April 30, 1931.

Funeral of Joe the Boss Masseria at 15 West 81 Street April

Mafia Mug Shots: Otto "Abbadabba" Berman

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Otto Biederman, known as Otto "Abbadabba" Berman (August 1891 – October was an accountant for American organized crime. He is known for coining the phrase "Nothing personal, it's just business.

Dutch Schultz (born Arthur Flegenheimer; August 6, 1902 – October 24, 1935) was a New York City-area German-Jewish American mobster of the 1920s and 1930s who made his fortune in organized crime-related activities such as bootlegging alcohol and the numbers racket. Weakened by two tax evasions trials led by prosecutor Thomas Dewey, Schultz's rackets were threatened by fellow mobster Lucky Luciano. In an effort to avert his conviction, Schultz asked the Commission for permission to kill…

Atrthur "Dutch Schultz" Flegenheimer - a German-Jewish American mob boss

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