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Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss (June 11, 1906 – March 4, 1944) was a New York organized crime figure who was involved in drug trafficking and worked for the criminal organization known as Murder, Inc. during the 1930s and up to the time of his arrest in 1941

Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss (June 1906 – March was a New York organized crime figure who was involved in drug trafficking and worked for the criminal organization known as Murder, Inc. during the and up to the time of his arrest in 1941

"Alvin Karpis" (1907 - 1979) One-time FBI "Public Enemy No. 1", member of the Barker Gang during the 1930s, he served more time in Alcatraz prison than any other inmate (over 25 years)

"Alvin Karpis" - One-time FBI "Public Enemy No. member of the Barker Gang during the he served more time in Alcatraz prison than any other inmate (over 25 years)

Francesco Caruso (Gambino family) Birth: 1891 - Sicily Death: 1968 - New York Francesco 'cheech' Caruso was a gunman and enforcer for Salvatore D'Aquila in Brooklyn during the 1910's and 1920's. Caruso became a hot topic in the press after he murdered a young doctor named Casper Pendola in 1927. On February 13, 1927, Franscesco's first born son Joey died in his arms. The 6 year old boy had become seriously sick just the day before, starting with a sore throat. On February 12 Casper Pendola…

Francesco 'Cheech' Caruso was a gunman and enforcer for Salvatore D'Aquila in Brooklyn during the and Caruso became a hot topic in the press after he murdered a young doctor named Casper Pendola in

Butch Petrocelli, a member of the Wild Bunch, before his face was burned off with a blow torch

William "Butchie" Petrocelli before he has a blowtorch put to his face

Frank Costello  Costello was one of the most influential American mobsters he started his career New York City, New York, contributing heavily to the establishment of a major crime national crime syndicate Frank Costello. his sinister nickname Prime Minister of the Underworld

Frank Costello Costello was one of the most influential American mobsters he started his career New York City,

LOUIS "LEPKE" BUCHALTER    Feb. 6, 1897  Death: Mar. 4, 1944    Organized Crime Figure. He was a Jewish Mob boss who operated in the New York City, New York Garment District in the 1930s and 1940s, and was a close associate of mafia boss Lucky Luciano. He was part of the Murder Incorporated a group of professional killers

Obit - Louis Lepke Buchalter - A Jewish Mob boss who operated in the New York City, New York Garment District in the and

New England Mafia boss Peter Limone passes away | About The Mafia

New England Mafia boss Peter Limone passes away

Joe Profaci, founder of the Profaci (later Colombo) crime family (one of the "Five Families" in New York)

Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci was a New York City Mafia boss who was the founder of the Profaci crime family (now known as the Colombo crime family). He was the family's boss for over three decades.

Carlos Marcello was born on February 6, 1910, in North Africa. He immigrated to the U.S. and eventually joined Sylvestro Carolla's crime organization. He became the New Orleans' mafia leader. The FBI investigated him in connection with John F. Kennedy's murder, but could not link him to the crime. He was arrested in 1966 for another charge, but served less than six months. He died in his home on March 3, 1993.

Carlos Marcello was born on February in North Africa. He immigrated to…

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