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Gaetano Badalamenti (September 14, 1923 – April 29, 2004) was a powerful member of the Sicilian Mafia. Don Tano Badalamenti was the capofamiglia of his hometown Cinisi, Sicily, and headed the Sicilian Mafia Commission in the 1970s. In 1987 he was sentenced in the United States to 45 years in federal prison for being one of the leaders of the so-called Pizza Connection, a USD 1.65 billion drug-trafficking ring that used pizzerias as fronts to distribute heroin from 1975 to 1984.#Mafia #Crime…

Gaetano Badalamenti (September 14, 1923 – April 29, 2004) was a powerful member of the Sicilian Mafia. Don Tano Badalamenti was the capofamiglia of his hometown Cinisi, Sicily, and headed the Sicilian Mafia Commission in the 1970s. In 1987 he was sentenced in the United States to 45 years in federal prison for being one of the leaders of the so-called Pizza Connection, a USD 1.65 billion drug-trafficking ring that used pizzerias as fronts to distribute heroin from 1975 to 1984.#Mafia #Crime…

Rosario "the Chief" DeSimone (December 11, 1873 - July 15, 1946), was the head of an Italian crime family that was the predecessor to the Los Angeles crime family of the American Mafia from 1922 to 1925. Rosario was the father of the future California mob boss, Frank DeSimone.

Rosario "the Chief" DeSimone (December 11, 1873 - July 15, 1946), was the head of an Italian crime family that was the predecessor to the Los Angeles crime family of the American Mafia from 1922 to 1925. Rosario was the father of the future California mob boss, Frank DeSimone.

Bernardo Provenzano (Italian pronunciation: [berˈnardo provenˈtsaːno]; born January 31, 1933 in Corleone, Sicily) is a member of the Sicilian Mafia (Cosa Nostra) and is suspected of having been the head of the Corleonesi, a Mafia faction that originated in the town of Corleone, and de facto capo di tutti capi (boss of bosses) of the entire Sicilian Mafia until his arrest in 2006. His nickname is Binnu u tratturi (Sicilian for "Binnie the tractor") because, in the words of one informant, "he…

Bernardo Provenzano (Italian pronunciation: [berˈnardo provenˈtsaːno]; born January 31, 1933 in Corleone, Sicily) is a member of the Sicilian Mafia (Cosa Nostra) and is suspected of having been the head of the Corleonesi, a Mafia faction that originated in the town of Corleone, and de facto capo di tutti capi (boss of bosses) of the entire Sicilian Mafia until his arrest in 2006. His nickname is Binnu u tratturi (Sicilian for "Binnie the tractor") because, in the words of one informant, "he…

Peter Gotti and his nephew Frank, who would die after crashing into Favara's car with a minibike.

Peter Gotti and his nephew Frank, who would die after crashing into Favara's car with a minibike.

Tony Accardo...(Joe Batters) head of the Chicago Mob from the 1940's til the day he died in 1992 without ever serving a day in jail. Also said to be the most feared and respected Boss to run the Chicago Mob. Was said to be one of the gunmen in the St. Valentines Day Massacre

Tony Accardo...(Joe Batters) head of the Chicago Mob from the 1940's til the day he died in 1992 without ever serving a day in jail. Also said to be the most feared and respected Boss to run the Chicago Mob. Was said to be one of the gunmen in the St. Valentines Day Massacre

1980.Castelvetrano. Funerali del sindaco democristiano Vito Lipari- ucciso dalla mafia - Copia - Bergamo Post

1980.Castelvetrano. Funerali del sindaco democristiano Vito Lipari- ucciso dalla mafia - Copia - Bergamo Post

Anthony "Antonino" "Nino" Frank Gaggi (August 7, 1925 – April 17, 1988) was a captain in the New York Gambino crime family who supervised the infamous DeMeo crew, headed by Roy DeMeo

Anthony "Antonino" "Nino" Frank Gaggi (August 7, 1925 – April 17, 1988) was a captain in the New York Gambino crime family who supervised the infamous DeMeo crew, headed by Roy DeMeo

Tommaso Buscetta (Palermo, July 13, 1928- New York, April 2, 2000) was one of the first members of the Sicilian Mafia that broke the code of silence and helped authorities prosecute hundreds of Mafia members both in Italy and the U.S. In return for his many testimonies he was allowed to live in the U.S. and was placed in the Witness Protection Program. He died of cancer in 2000.

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Tommaso Buscetta (Palermo, July 13, 1928- New York, April 2, 2000) was one of the first members of the Sicilian Mafia that broke the code of silence and helped authorities prosecute hundreds of Mafia members both in Italy and the U.S. In return for his many testimonies he was allowed to live in the U.S. and was placed in the Witness Protection Program. He died of cancer in 2000.

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