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25 Extremely Notorious Gangsters Gangsters are members of gangs or professional criminal organizations who are known for their involvement in the conduct of acts prohibited by law, especially assassination. For decades, these people have been active in several areas of the world particularly in Europe, Asia, United States and Latin America. Most of these gangsters have become infamous either because of the severity of crimes they committed in the past, the fashion through which they assassinated their victims, or because of the popularity of the people that they killed. Gangsters normally choose to become part of gangs as this provides them with a certain level of organization and support that they cannot get when they operate alone. Here is a list of the top 25 extremely notorious gangsters in history. queenscemetery mobsters mafia lacosanostra mob cosanostra profaci mobboss organisedcrime gangsters verybadthings murderinc thecommission restingplace
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Joseph Gallo (April 7, 1929 – April 7, 1972) Mob boss Joe Gallo (left) with his brother Larry Gallo in this 1961 picture. Joe was killed while celebrating his birthday in 1972. was a New York City gangster for the Profaci crime family, later known as the Colombo crime family. mafia mob lcn lacosanostra cosanostra profaci profacicrimefamily colombo colombocrimefamily omerta newyork newyorkfivefamilies organizedcrime
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the original commission! After Lucky Luciano orchestrated the murder of Salvatore Maranzano in 1931, the Mafia families called a meeting in Chicago. The purpose of the meeting was to replace the old Sicilian Mafia regime of "boss of all bosses" and establish a rule of consensus among the crime families. Charlie Luciano established a Mafia board of directors to be known as "The Commission" to oversee all Mafia activities in the United States and serve to mediate conflicts between families. godfather gangster realog gangsters mob bonanno luciano maranzano profaci maggadino mangano gagliano capone scarface newyork buffalo Chicago Ontario montreal quebec italy italianmafia boss don thecommission sicily
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Why don't you call him in that damn cell phone he carries? lawandorder cellphone cell tv profaci
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Joseph Colombo En 1962 tomó las riendas de la Familia PROFACI al morir JOE PROFACI de cáncer. El principal negocio radicaba en la actividad de los muelles de Brooklyn. JOSEPH COLOMBO tuvo que enfrentarse en guerra abierta a JOEY GALLO, que en 1946 se había revelado contra JOE PROFACI. En la lucha cayeron varios hombres. JOSEPH COLOMBO gozaba del apoyo de la Liga de los Derechos Cívicos Italo-Americanos, lo que encolerizó a GALLO hasta el punto de permitir que ascendiesen en la Mafia a miembros de raza negra. COLOMBO se convirtió en un respetado jefe de Familia en Nueva York y en político notable. En 1967 JOSEPH COLOMBO era uno de los cuatro jefes de la Commisione de la Mafia en Nueva York. En 1971 consiguió que el Ministerio de Justicia y los realizadores de la película "El Padrino" (estrenada en 1972) suprimieran toda alusión a la Mafia y a Cosa Nostra. Consiguió que el productor ALBERT RUDDY sometiese el guión al visto bueno de la Liga de los Derechos Cívicos Italo-Americanos que el mismo JOSEPH COLOMBO había creado, e incluyó en la película a técnicos y figurantes de la Familia. El rodaje en Little Italy al que asistió el propio COLOMBO fue sobre ruedas. El 28.06.71 (dos meses después que MARLON BRANDO fuese tiroteado en el rodaje de "El Padrino") JOSEPH COLOMBO fue tiroteado por un pistolero negro llamado JEROME JOHNSON, el cual fue asesinado en el acto por un desconocido. COLOMBO fue llevado al F.D.Roosevelt Hospital aún con vida. El hospital pasó a ser una fortaleza como la descrita por MARIO PUZO en "El Padrino". JOSEPH COLOMBO salvó la vida, pero quedó paralítico y dañado mentalmente. BiografiasdelNarco CrimenOrganizado Mafia Narco Narcotrafico Delincuencia Biografia Historia JosephColombo Colombo Profaci ProfaciFamily NewYorkMafia MafiadeNuevaYork NewYork NuevaYork Gangster Brooklyn CosaNostra CommisioneMafia Gangsta
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Shoutout to my boy Peppy on his rangerover build. Also wrapconceptz forcthe amazing work on custom stickers. rangerrover donzwheelz donz profaci custombuild blackandgold
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Today I'm starting my segment on the original commission! After Lucky Luciano orchestrated the murder of Salvatore Maranzano in 1931, the Mafia families called a meeting in Chicago. The purpose of the meeting was to replace the old Sicilian Mafia regime of "boss of all bosses" and establish a rule of consensus among the crime families. Charlie Luciano established a Mafia board of directors to be known as "The Commission" to oversee all Mafia activities in the United States and serve to mediate conflicts between families. godfather gangster realog gangsters mob bonanno luciano maranzano profaci maggadino mangano gagliano capone scarface newyork buffalo Chicago Ontario montreal quebec italy italianmafia boss don thecommission sicily
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Today I'm starting my segment on the original commission! After Lucky Luciano orchestrated the murder of Salvatore Maranzano in 1931, the Mafia families called a meeting in Chicago. The purpose of the meeting was to replace the old Sicilian Mafia regime of "boss of all bosses" and establish a rule of consensus among the crime families. Charlie Luciano established a Mafia board of directors to be known as "The Commission" to oversee all Mafia activities in the United States and serve to mediate conflicts between families. godfather gangster realog gangsters mob bonanno luciano maranzano profaci maggadino mangano gagliano capone scarface newyork buffalo Chicago Ontario montreal quebec italy italianmafia boss don thecommission sicily
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