Joseph Gallo, a.k.a. "Crazy Joe" Gallo was a hit man for the Profaci and Colombo crime families and reportedly was the gunman behind the death of mobster and former leader of Murder Inc., Albert Anastasia. Gallo served 10 years for conspiracy and extortion. He was murdered in 1972 by the Colombo family while celebrating his 43rd birthday, one year after being released from prison.

Joseph Gallo, a.k.a. "Crazy Joe" Gallo was a hit man for the Profaci and Colombo crime families and reportedly was the gunman behind the death of mobster and former leader of Murder Inc., Albert Anastasia. Gallo served 10 years for conspiracy and extortion. He was murdered in 1972 by the Colombo family while celebrating his 43rd birthday, one year after being released from prison.

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Peter “Pete the Greek” Diapoulas (inhaling) was "Crazy" Joe Gallo’s bodyguard during the fatal pre-dawn shootout at Umberto’s Clam House in 1972

Peter “Pete the Greek” Diapoulas (inhaling) was "Crazy" Joe Gallo’s bodyguard during the fatal pre-dawn shootout at Umberto’s Clam House in 1972

Colombo crime-family captain Joseph “Junior Lollipops’’ Carna was jailed for six months and ordered to pay the feds $300,000 for his role in laundering money for mob gambling operations. He’ll have to spend an additional six months under house arrest when he gets out of prison and pay a $3,000 fine, Brooklyn federal Judge Kiyo Matsumoto ruled. Carna got his name because his dad owned a Brooklyn luncheonette called “Lolly’s,’’ His father was known as “Senior Lollipops.’’ “Junior Lollipops.

Colombo crime-family captain Joseph “Junior Lollipops’’ Carna yesterday was jailed for six months and orde.

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Michael Franzese (born May 27, 1951) is a former New York mobster and captain of the Colombo crime family who was heavily involved in the gasoline tax rackets in the 1980s. Since then, he has publicly renounced organized crime, created a foundation for helping youth, and became a motivational speaker.

Michael Franzese (born May is a former New York mobster and captain of…

Nicholas Grancio (died January 7, 1992) was a soldier in the Colombo crime family in a mob faction led by Vittorio Orena. In the early 1990's an internal war broke-out in the Colombo crime family when capo Vittorio Orena got ambitious and decided to challenge imprisoned mob boss Carmine Persico for the leadership of the crime family. "Nicky Black" sided up to the faction led by Orena and was one of the most powerful members of the dissident faction making him a target for the Persico…

Nicholas Grancio (died January was a soldier in the Colombo crime family in a mob.

Carmine Sessa, alias Carmine Marletta (born 1951) is an Italian-American mobster, chef and hitman who became the consigliere of the Brooklyn-based Colombo crime family and played a key role in the family from 1991 to 1993. Sessa later became a government witness. Sessa and his family are still participating in the federal Witness Protection Program.

Carmine Sessa (born is an Italian-American mobster and hitman who became the consigliere of the Brooklyn-based Colombo crime family

John Oddo (date of birth and death unknown) known as "Johnny Bath Beach", was a capo and later Consigliere of the Colombo crime family. Oddo and his brother, mobster Steven "Little Stevie" Oddo, were maternal cousins of Lucchese crime family capo Paul Vario. Oddo operated in Staten Island and Brooklyn and was a known gambler, extortionist, loan shark and vending machine shakedown specialist. Oddo had a short reign as Consigliere of the Colombo family (1962 - 1963) under boss Joseph…

John Oddo (date of birth and death unknown) known as "Johnny Bath Beach", was a capo and later Consigliere of the Colombo crime family. Oddo and his brother, mobster Steven "Little Stevie" Oddo, were maternal cousins of Lucchese crime family capo Paul Vario. Oddo operated in Staten Island and Brooklyn and was a known gambler, extortionist, loan shark and vending machine shakedown specialist. Oddo had a short reign as Consigliere of the Colombo family (1962 - 1963) under boss Joseph…

Gennaro Adriano Langella (December 30, 1938 – December 15, 2013) also known as "Gerry Lang", was a member of the Colombo crime family who eventually became underboss and acting boss. Died in prison after receiving a 75 year prison stretch during the commission case.

Gennaro Adriano Langella (December 1938 – December also known as "Gerry Lang", was a member of the Colombo crime family who eventually became underboss and acting boss. Died in prison after receiving a 75 year prison stretch during the commission case.

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