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Gravano is trying to get his 20-year term reduced for a drug conviction by showing the judge his skills he’s gained by training dogs for disabled veterans, as well as his exemplary record while he’s been an inmate. 
Gravano has also completed a 20-hour culinary class, photography workshop, and enrolled in anger management, which hopefully will prevent him from adding another notch to the 19 gangland hits already on his belt. 
He is seeking 34 months off his sentence which, if granted by Federal Judge Allyne Ross, could put him back on the street next June. 
Gravano is eligible for the break under an amendment to federal sentencing guidelines approved last year by the U.S. Sentencing Commission. 
The legendary gangster has been a model prisoner who also attends weekly religious services and GED classes. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #don #italy #respect #goodfellas #realog #newyork #gambino #commission #5families #fbi #dapperdon #gotti 1645532477949697466_6134643882

 Gravano is trying to get his 20-year term reduced for a drug conviction by showing the judge his skills he’s gained by training dogs for disabled veterans, as well as his exemplary record while he’s been an inmate. Gravano has also completed a 20-hour culinary class, photography workshop, and enrolled in anger management, which hopefully will prevent him from adding another notch to the 19 gangland hits already on his belt. He is seeking 34 months off his sentence which, if granted by Federal Judge Allyne Ross, could put him back on the street next June. Gravano is eligible for the break under an amendment to federal sentencing guidelines approved last year by the U.S. Sentencing Commission. The legendary gangster has been a model prisoner who also attends weekly religious services and GED classes. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #don #italy #respect #goodfellas #realog #newyork #gambino #commission #5families #fbi #dapperdon #gotti

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram Notorious Mafia hitman-turned-rat, "Sammy the Bull" Gravano, has a gnarly new look after 17 years up the river -- but he's got the same taste in Italian food. 
Gravano resurfaced at Uncle Sal's restaurant in Scottsdale on October 9 -- a few weeks after his release from prison -- to pick up a takeout order. We're told he popped in with his son and stayed for about 15 minutes.
Despite his new sleeve of tattoos and shaved head, we're told patrons recognized the former mobster. Makes sense ... Sammy's fam used to own the restaurant. His wife kept running it for a few years after he was busted for running an ecstasy ring.
If Uncle Sal's sounds familiar, it's the same spot where Harvey Weinstein had dinner the night before beginning rehab. 'The Bull' was there a couple days earlier. #johngotti #gotti #gottimovie #sammygravano #sammythebull #statenisland #queens #mansman #shadowofmyfather #underboss #gambino #mafia #mob #mobster #gangster #italian #italianamerican #whiteboy 1645505878353051691_6134643882

Notorious Mafia hitman-turned-rat, "Sammy the Bull" Gravano, has a gnarly new look after 17 years up the river -- but he's got the same taste in Italian food.  Gravano resurfaced at Uncle Sal's restaurant in Scottsdale on October 9 -- a few weeks after his release from prison -- to pick up a takeout order. We're told he popped in with his son and stayed for about 15 minutes. Despite his new sleeve of tattoos and shaved head, we're told patrons recognized the former mobster. Makes sense ... Sammy's fam used to own the restaurant. His wife kept running it for a few years after he was busted for running an ecstasy ring. If Uncle Sal's sounds familiar, it's the same spot where Harvey Weinstein had dinner the night before beginning rehab. 'The Bull' was there a couple days earlier. #johngotti #gotti #gottimovie #sammygravano #sammythebull #statenisland #queens #mansman #shadowofmyfather #underboss #gambino #mafia #mob #mobster #gangster #italian #italianamerican #whiteboy

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 2 William (Wild Bill) Cutolo – The magnetic, fearless and lethal Colombo Family underboss was too popular in the eyes of boss Alphonse (Little Alley Boy) Persico and when Persico was about to be shipped off to prison on a parole violation, Cutolo wound up dead on May 26, 1999. Called to what he thought was to be a meeting with Little Alley Boy that afternoon at the house of Colombo soldier, Dino Saracino, Wild Bill was killed by Saracino, his cousin Dino Calabro and soon-to-be acting boss Thomas (Tommy Shots) Gioeli, in the residence’s basement, shot twice in the back of the head. Cutolo was a capo and Sergeant at Arms in the Colombo War of the early 1990s, known as a rare combination of “earner” and “hitter,” and aligned against Little Alley Boy and his dad, imprisoned don, Carmine (The Snake) Perisco, for the battle of syndicate supremacy. Initially forgiven for his betrayal by the Persicos at the conclusion of the disharmony and promoted to underboss, they didn’t trust him to keep things quiet when they were both away from their New York mob kingdom locked up behind bars. Cutolo’s body wasn’t discovered until almost a decade later by which point Little Alley Boy and his No. 2 in charge Jack (Jackie Sambuca) De Ross, Wild Bill’s one-time best friend, had been convicted of the murder.

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2 William (Wild Bill) Cutolo – The magnetic, fearless and lethal Colombo Family underboss was too popular in the eyes of boss Alphonse (Little Alley Boy) Persico and when Persico was about to be shipped off to prison on a parole violation, Cutolo wound up dead on May 26, 1999. Called to what he thought was to be a meeting with Little Alley Boy that afternoon at the house of Colombo soldier, Dino Saracino, Wild Bill was killed by Saracino, his cousin Dino Calabro and soon-to-be acting boss Thomas (Tommy Shots) Gioeli, in the residence’s basement, shot twice in the back of the head. Cutolo was a capo and Sergeant at Arms in the Colombo War of the early 1990s, known as a rare combination of “earner” and “hitter,” and aligned against Little Alley Boy and his dad, imprisoned don, Carmine (The Snake) Perisco, for the battle of syndicate supremacy. Initially forgiven for his betrayal by the Persicos at the conclusion of the disharmony and promoted to underboss, they didn’t trust him to keep things quiet when they were both away from their New York mob kingdom locked up behind bars. Cutolo’s body wasn’t discovered until almost a decade later by which point Little Alley Boy and his No. 2 in charge Jack (Jackie Sambuca) De Ross, Wild Bill’s one-time best friend, had been convicted of the murder. #realog #columbia #gangster #gangsters #druglord #godfather #goodfellas #mob #crime #boss #wiseguys #kingpin

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram . 5 Calogero (Charlie the Sidge) LoCicero – Godfather Joe Profaci’s consigliere and mentor to the menacing Greg Scarpa, the 64-year old mafia statesman that helped negotiate the end of the first Colombo Family civil war was gunned down as he sat drinking a strawberry milkshake at Carlisi’s Luncheonette in Borough Park on April 18, 1968, possibly by his protégé Scarpa. The reasons for LoCicero’s slaying have been widely-speculated upon, some tying it to the Bonanno Family conflict others to backbiting in his own Borgata or retribution from his own son for ordering the murder of his grandson.

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. 5 Calogero (Charlie the Sidge) LoCicero – Godfather Joe Profaci’s consigliere and mentor to the menacing Greg Scarpa, the 64-year old mafia statesman that helped negotiate the end of the first Colombo Family civil war was gunned down as he sat drinking a strawberry milkshake at Carlisi’s Luncheonette in Borough Park on April 18, 1968, possibly by his protégé Scarpa. The reasons for LoCicero’s slaying have been widely-speculated upon, some tying it to the Bonanno Family conflict others to backbiting in his own Borgata or retribution from his own son for ordering the murder of his grandson. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #realog #mafia #italianmafia #italy #sicily #wiseguys #boss #don #colombo #cosanostra #goodfellas #respect #newyork

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 2 Tommy Eboli – Groomed by legendary New York dons, Charles (Lucky) Luciano and the syndicate’s namesake, Vito Genovese, Eboli, the Family’s boss in the late 1960s and early 1970s, was rubbed out on July 16, 1972 when he bumped heads with the administration of his own Borgata and had a falling out with the Gambinos over fronted drug money that was never repaid. A lone gunman on the back of a passing truck caught Eboli, himself believed to have been a triggerman in over 20 murders during his days as one of Luciano’s and Genovese’s top assassins, exiting his girlfriend’s Crown Heights, Brooklyn apartment and getting into his chauffeured Cadillac, unloading six shots into the car and killing him instantly. #goodfellas #lesaffranchis #henryhill #movie #film #besmovie #wiseguy #gangster #mafia #cosanostra #lucchesefamily #martinscorsese #robertdeniro #joepesci #rayliotta 1644969938199083216_6134643882

2 Tommy Eboli – Groomed by legendary New York dons, Charles (Lucky) Luciano and the syndicate’s namesake, Vito Genovese, Eboli, the Family’s boss in the late 1960s and early 1970s, was rubbed out on July 16, 1972 when he bumped heads with the administration of his own Borgata and had a falling out with the Gambinos over fronted drug money that was never repaid. A lone gunman on the back of a passing truck caught Eboli, himself believed to have been a triggerman in over 20 murders during his days as one of Luciano’s and Genovese’s top assassins, exiting his girlfriend’s Crown Heights, Brooklyn apartment and getting into his chauffeured Cadillac, unloading six shots into the car and killing him instantly. #goodfellas #lesaffranchis #henryhill #movie #film #besmovie #wiseguy #gangster #mafia #cosanostra #lucchesefamily #martinscorsese #robertdeniro #joepesci #rayliotta

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 5 (tie) Dominick (The Gap) Petrilli – One-time driver and bodyguard for Tommy Gagliano, the syndicate’s don that preceded crime family namesake Tommy (Three Finger Brown) Lucchese, Petrilli was slain December, 9, 1953, felled by a trio of gunmen as he sat on a bar stool in the Bronx. Rumors had been swirling that he was cooperating with law enforcement following his return from Italy, where the narcotic lieutenant had been deported a decade earlier. It was widely believed on the street at the time of his death that Petrilli had traded information on his fellow mobsters in the Luccheses in exchange for the United States allowing him to come back to New York. #godfather #gangster #realog #gangsters #mob #lucchese #mafia #italianmafia #italy #newyork #boss #don #wiseguys #goodfellas #cosanostra #respect 1644958180709239876_6134643882

5 (tie) Dominick (The Gap) Petrilli – One-time driver and bodyguard for Tommy Gagliano, the syndicate’s don that preceded crime family namesake Tommy (Three Finger Brown) Lucchese, Petrilli was slain December, 9, 1953, felled by a trio of gunmen as he sat on a bar stool in the Bronx. Rumors had been swirling that he was cooperating with law enforcement following his return from Italy, where the narcotic lieutenant had been deported a decade earlier. It was widely believed on the street at the time of his death that Petrilli had traded information on his fellow mobsters in the Luccheses in exchange for the United States allowing him to come back to New York. #godfather #gangster #realog #gangsters #mob #lucchese #mafia #italianmafia #italy #newyork #boss #don #wiseguys #goodfellas #cosanostra #respect

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram Colombian Armed Forces led by CIA agents smile with drug cartel billionaire Pablo Escobar's corpse on Dec. 2, 1993. His cartel supplied an estimated 80% of the cocaine smuggled into the United States at the height of his career, turning over US $21.9 billion a year in personal income. He was often called "The King of Cocaine" and was the wealthiest criminal in history, with an estimated known net worth of US $30 billion by the early 1990s (equivalent to about $55 billion as of 2016),making him one of the richest men in the world at his prime. #pablo #escobar #pabloescobar #mafia #colombian #colombiano #capo #patron #elpatron #elmagico #narcos #aliasjj #poblado #itagui #rionegro #antioquia #medellin #cali #bogota #colombia #popeye #extraditable #extraditables #druglord #kingping #drugs #mafioso #barrio #pablitomijo #plataoplomo 1644944370653180456_6134643882

Colombian Armed Forces led by CIA agents smile with drug cartel billionaire Pablo Escobar's corpse on Dec. 2, 1993. His cartel supplied an estimated 80% of the cocaine smuggled into the United States at the height of his career, turning over US $21.9 billion a year in personal income. He was often called "The King of Cocaine" and was the wealthiest criminal in history, with an estimated known net worth of US $30 billion by the early 1990s (equivalent to about $55 billion as of 2016),making him one of the richest men in the world at his prime. #pablo #escobar #pabloescobar #mafia #colombian #colombiano #capo #patron #elpatron #elmagico #narcos #aliasjj #poblado #itagui #rionegro #antioquia #medellin #cali #bogota #colombia #popeye #extraditable #extraditables #druglord #kingping #drugs #mafioso #barrio #pablitomijo #plataoplomo

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 5 Cesar Bonventre – The suave, lethal and increasingly-popular Sicilian capo and leader of the Bonanno’s Zip faction, Bonventre gained too much power for his boss Rusty Rastelli’s liking and on April 17, 1984, he was shot dead by Louis (Louie Ha Ha) Attanasio, as he fought for his life in an attack that began while driving in a vehicle and then spilled onto the floor of a Rastelli-owned factory. Bonventre was one of the nation’s largest drug distributors and a mastermind of the Pizza Connection heroin case. The FBI suspected him as a triggerman in multiple gangland slayings during his stay in New York during the 1970s and early 1980s. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #realog #mafia #italianmafia #italy #newyork #sicily #wiseguys #goodfellas #cosanostra #respect #boss #don #colombo 1644934566090069768_6134643882

5 Cesar Bonventre – The suave, lethal and increasingly-popular Sicilian capo and leader of the Bonanno’s Zip faction, Bonventre gained too much power for his boss Rusty Rastelli’s liking and on April 17, 1984, he was shot dead by Louis (Louie Ha Ha) Attanasio, as he fought for his life in an attack that began while driving in a vehicle and then spilled onto the floor of a Rastelli-owned factory. Bonventre was one of the nation’s largest drug distributors and a mastermind of the Pizza Connection heroin case. The FBI suspected him as a triggerman in multiple gangland slayings during his stay in New York during the 1970s and early 1980s. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #realog #mafia #italianmafia #italy #newyork #sicily #wiseguys #goodfellas #cosanostra #respect #boss #don #colombo

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 3 Joseph (Joe Jelly) Giolelli – Crazy Joe Gallo’s top enforcer, Giolelli was killed May 16, 1961, after being taken deep sea fishing by associates of his in the crime family and never coming home, the first casualty of the syndicate’s war of the early 1960s, where Gallo took on Family-founder Joe Profaci. Joe Jelly’s murder was depicted in the Oscar-winning film and gangster epic The Godfather, as Gallo and his crew received a package following his demise containing his clothes and a dead big-mouth bass, letting them know that Giolelli “slept with the fishes.” #mafia #gangsters #luckyluciano #respect #bugsysiegel #vitogenovese #joemasseria #cosanostra #omerta #boss #maranzano #mob #albertanastasia #morellofamily #joeadonis 1644288209490560847_6134643882

3 Joseph (Joe Jelly) Giolelli – Crazy Joe Gallo’s top enforcer, Giolelli was killed May 16, 1961, after being taken deep sea fishing by associates of his in the crime family and never coming home, the first casualty of the syndicate’s war of the early 1960s, where Gallo took on Family-founder Joe Profaci. Joe Jelly’s murder was depicted in the Oscar-winning film and gangster epic The Godfather, as Gallo and his crew received a package following his demise containing his clothes and a dead big-mouth bass, letting them know that Giolelli “slept with the fishes.” #mafia #gangsters #luckyluciano #respect #bugsysiegel #vitogenovese #joemasseria #cosanostra #omerta #boss #maranzano #mob #albertanastasia #morellofamily #joeadonis

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 1 Carmine (The Cigar) Galante – Adversarial, secretive and power-obsessed, Galante, the high-profile Bonanno Family Godfather was felled in dramatic fashion, shot dead as he lit his trademark cigar after a lunch on the patio of Joe and Mary’s Italian Restaurant on July 12, 1979 in Brooklyn. Photographs of the crime scene, with the deceased Galante clenching his final stogie between his teeth, became iconic and the infamous mob hit set off two years of unrest in the faction-heavy syndicate. The one-time underboss to family-founder Joseph (Joe Bananas) Bonanno, when Bonanno retired to Arizona the diminutive, yet feisty Galante, who made a fortune in narcotics, moved fellow don candidate Philip (Rusty) Rastelli aside – helped greatly by Rastelli’s imprisonment – and declared himself the new ‘Boss of bosses’ in the New York underworld. This declaration and Galante’s continued stepping on the toes of the other East Coast Godfathers, led to the murder contract being issued by the Commission and carried out by his own men. Later in his life, Galante had begun relying on and interacting practically solely with a group of “zip” Sicilian immigrants. His bodyguards, Cesar Boneventre and Baldo Amato, were at the forefront of Galante’s personal army and they betrayed their boss, helping arrange his murder in exchange for promotion to capos once Galante was out of the way. When a hit team burst into Joe & Mary’s on Knickerbocker Avenue at 2:45 p.m., Boneventre and Amato fled and allowed them to blow Galante and two of his lieutenants away in front of a restaurant full of horrified patrons.

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1 Carmine (The Cigar) Galante – Adversarial, secretive and power-obsessed, Galante, the high-profile Bonanno Family Godfather was felled in dramatic fashion, shot dead as he lit his trademark cigar after a lunch on the patio of Joe and Mary’s Italian Restaurant on July 12, 1979 in Brooklyn. Photographs of the crime scene, with the deceased Galante clenching his final stogie between his teeth, became iconic and the infamous mob hit set off two years of unrest in the faction-heavy syndicate. The one-time underboss to family-founder Joseph (Joe Bananas) Bonanno, when Bonanno retired to Arizona the diminutive, yet feisty Galante, who made a fortune in narcotics, moved fellow don candidate Philip (Rusty) Rastelli aside – helped greatly by Rastelli’s imprisonment – and declared himself the new ‘Boss of bosses’ in the New York underworld. This declaration and Galante’s continued stepping on the toes of the other East Coast Godfathers, led to the murder contract being issued by the Commission and carried out by his own men. Later in his life, Galante had begun relying on and interacting practically solely with a group of “zip” Sicilian immigrants. His bodyguards, Cesar Boneventre and Baldo Amato, were at the forefront of Galante’s personal army and they betrayed their boss, helping arrange his murder in exchange for promotion to capos once Galante was out of the way. When a hit team burst into Joe & Mary’s on Knickerbocker Avenue at 2:45 p.m., Boneventre and Amato fled and allowed them to blow Galante and two of his lieutenants away in front of a restaurant full of horrified patrons. #mafia #americanmafia #mobsters #assasination #carminegalante #bonannocrimefamily #bonanno #nyc #mobboss #mafiahistory

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 5 Frank (Frankie D) DeCicco – The key in the plot to kill don Paul Castellano, being a Castellano protégé, DeCicco became underboss when John Gotti had Castellano murdered and first took control of the Family, but was blown up by a car bomb on the afternoon of April 13, 1986 on orders from Genovese and Lucchese Family bosses for the high-profile unsanctioned hit. DeCicco was killed outside the Veterans and Friends Social Club in Brooklyn, where he had just attended a meeting with “The Dapper Don”, an intended target, who averted the slaying by the bomber mistaking Gambino soldier Frank (Frankie Hearts) Bellino for Gotti, as he and DeCicco approached the explosive-strapped vehicle. #mafia #cosanostra #italianmafia #newyork #wiseguy #italoamerican #actuality #fivefamilies #gambinofamily #colombofamily #genovesefamily #bonannofamily #lucchesefamily #instagangster #instamafia #instamob #mob #mafioso #mafiosi #newyorkmob #lacosanostra #organizedcrime #crimefamily #gangster #detroit 1644157289492150800_6134643882

5 Frank (Frankie D) DeCicco – The key in the plot to kill don Paul Castellano, being a Castellano protégé, DeCicco became underboss when John Gotti had Castellano murdered and first took control of the Family, but was blown up by a car bomb on the afternoon of April 13, 1986 on orders from Genovese and Lucchese Family bosses for the high-profile unsanctioned hit. DeCicco was killed outside the Veterans and Friends Social Club in Brooklyn, where he had just attended a meeting with “The Dapper Don”, an intended target, who averted the slaying by the bomber mistaking Gambino soldier Frank (Frankie Hearts) Bellino for Gotti, as he and DeCicco approached the explosive-strapped vehicle. #mafia #cosanostra #italianmafia #newyork #wiseguy #italoamerican #actuality #fivefamilies #gambinofamily #colombofamily #genovesefamily #bonannofamily #lucchesefamily #instagangster #instamafia #instamob #mob #mafioso #mafiosi #newyorkmob #lacosanostra #organizedcrime #crimefamily #gangster #detroit

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 4 Roy DeMeo – A Gambino capo and hitman, known for his diverse rackets and lust for murder, the out-of-control DeMeo, tied to dozens of gangland homicides, was slain by his own “Gemini Lounge crew” members on January 10, 1983 after being lured to one of their houses for a purported meeting that was in fact a death trap. Then-Gambino boss Paul Castellano ordered the murder contract, feeling that DeMeo could pose a threat to him with all of DeMeo’s mounting legal problems and his unstable behavior. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #mafia #italy #newyork #boss #don #wiseguys #goodfellas #cosanostra #respect #realog 1644130035223671281_6134643882

4 Roy DeMeo – A Gambino capo and hitman, known for his diverse rackets and lust for murder, the out-of-control DeMeo, tied to dozens of gangland homicides, was slain by his own “Gemini Lounge crew” members on January 10, 1983 after being lured to one of their houses for a purported meeting that was in fact a death trap. Then-Gambino boss Paul Castellano ordered the murder contract, feeling that DeMeo could pose a threat to him with all of DeMeo’s mounting legal problems and his unstable behavior. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #mafia #italy #newyork #boss #don #wiseguys #goodfellas #cosanostra #respect #realog

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 3 Vincent (The Executioner) Mangano – One of the original bosses of the “Five Families,” Mangano frequently fought with his underboss, Albert Anastasia, during his two-decade reign atop of what would become the Gambino Crime Family, and was killed on April 19, 1951 when Anastasia finally took action ordering his and his brother’s slayings. Vincent Mangano’s body was never discovered, while Philip Mangano, his younger sibling and longtime consigliere, was found dead in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #mafia #italy #newyork #boss #don #realog #goodfellas #wiseguys #respect #cosanostra #colombo 1644116782330159056_6134643882

3 Vincent (The Executioner) Mangano – One of the original bosses of the “Five Families,” Mangano frequently fought with his underboss, Albert Anastasia, during his two-decade reign atop of what would become the Gambino Crime Family, and was killed on April 19, 1951 when Anastasia finally took action ordering his and his brother’s slayings. Vincent Mangano’s body was never discovered, while Philip Mangano, his younger sibling and longtime consigliere, was found dead in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #mafia #italy #newyork #boss #don #realog #goodfellas #wiseguys #respect #cosanostra #colombo

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 27 Feb 1985, Manhattan, New York City, New York State, USA — Original caption: Reputed Mafia bosses Paul Castellano (left) and Anthony Salerno leave Federal Court after posting $2 million bail each 2/26. The 3 other New York City Mafia bosses were also indicted on racketeering charges. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

2 Paul Castellano – Powerful, but incredibly unpopular and isolated from his troops, Castellano, the Gambino’s boss in the late 1970s and early 1980s, was shot dead in the middle of Manhattan rush-hour traffic as he stepped from his car in front of Sparks Steak House on December 16, 1985. Castellano was a victim of ascending capo John Gotti’s aspirations to be don and Gotti successfully rallied the rest of the Family against the arrogant and out-of-touch Godfather, orchestrating his assassination so he could take the reins himself. Gotti was actually present at the hit, watching from a car across the street alongside his soon-to-be underboss, Salvatore (Sammy the Bull) Gravano, who would go on to eventually turn on New York’s “Dapper Don” and his testimony at trial would lead to Gotti’s conviction on the Castellano murder.

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27 Feb 1985, Manhattan, New York City, New York State, USA — Original caption: Reputed Mafia bosses Paul Castellano (left) and Anthony Salerno leave Federal Court after posting $2 million bail each 2/26. The 3 other New York City Mafia bosses were also indicted on racketeering charges. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS 2 Paul Castellano – Powerful, but incredibly unpopular and isolated from his troops, Castellano, the Gambino’s boss in the late 1970s and early 1980s, was shot dead in the middle of Manhattan rush-hour traffic as he stepped from his car in front of Sparks Steak House on December 16, 1985. Castellano was a victim of ascending capo John Gotti’s aspirations to be don and Gotti successfully rallied the rest of the Family against the arrogant and out-of-touch Godfather, orchestrating his assassination so he could take the reins himself. Gotti was actually present at the hit, watching from a car across the street alongside his soon-to-be underboss, Salvatore (Sammy the Bull) Gravano, who would go on to eventually turn on New York’s “Dapper Don” and his testimony at trial would lead to Gotti’s conviction on the Castellano murder. #constantinopaulcastellano #paulcastellano #bigpaul #bigpaulie #pc #howardhughes #manganocrimefamily #gambinocrimefamily #newyorkmob #mobster

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THE HIT LIST – A City-By-City Ranking of North America’s Top Mob Murders of All-Time

Top 5 Gambino Family Mob Murders of All-Time

1 Albert (The Mad Hatter) Anastasia – The boss of what became the Gambino syndicate for most of the 1950s, the power-hungry Anastasia was famously slain by gunmen as he lay in a barber’s chair at the Park Sheraton Hotel on the morning of October 25, 1957. Numerous notorious mobsters have been connected to the never-solved mega mafia hit, still nobody knows for certain who permanently dispatched the ‘Mad Hatter.’ Organized crime experts and historians believe Anastasia’s savvy underling Carlo Gambino conspired with other East Coast dons and the National Commission to bump off his boss and assume command of the Family, giving it it’s current name.

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Top Ten Mafia Murders THE HIT LIST – A City-By-City Ranking of North America’s Top Mob Murders of All-Time Top 5 Gambino Family Mob Murders of All-Time 1 Albert (The Mad Hatter) Anastasia – The boss of what became the Gambino syndicate for most of the 1950s, the power-hungry Anastasia was famously slain by gunmen as he lay in a barber’s chair at the Park Sheraton Hotel on the morning of October 25, 1957. Numerous notorious mobsters have been connected to the never-solved mega mafia hit, still nobody knows for certain who permanently dispatched the ‘Mad Hatter.’ Organized crime experts and historians believe Anastasia’s savvy underling Carlo Gambino conspired with other East Coast dons and the National Commission to bump off his boss and assume command of the Family, giving it it’s current name. #godfather #gangster #realog #gangsters #mob #bruno #philly #newyork #mafia #goodfellas #gambino #italy #italianmafia #boss #don #wiseguys #respect

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Paid in Full is Damon Dash’s and Roc-a-fella films fictional look at the Rich Porter, Alberto “Alpo” Martinez and AZ Faison story. These three young men impacted not only the drug game and hip-hop, but national relief and life in Harlem itself with their actions. The movie follows the lives of the three infamous Harlem teenage drug lords as they rise to power in Uptown and become major players in the cocaine and crack trades. Cam’ron plays the Alpo role and perfectly recaptures the essence of the pretty boy Puerto Rican trendsetter, who charms his way through the drug underworld, murdering those who get in his way. Even his best friend, Rich Porter, who Mekhi Phifer played, when a dispute over drugs arises. Charles Stone directs this inner-city and hood expose on the drug game and lifestyle that still influences hip-hop culture to this day. The story is an intriguing glimpse into the lives of young drug lords and the dynamics between them that led to death, deceit and betrayal.

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Paid In Full (2002) Paid in Full is Damon Dash’s and Roc-a-fella films fictional look at the Rich Porter, Alberto “Alpo” Martinez and AZ Faison story. These three young men impacted not only the drug game and hip-hop, but national relief and life in Harlem itself with their actions. The movie follows the lives of the three infamous Harlem teenage drug lords as they rise to power in Uptown and become major players in the cocaine and crack trades. Cam’ron plays the Alpo role and perfectly recaptures the essence of the pretty boy Puerto Rican trendsetter, who charms his way through the drug underworld, murdering those who get in his way. Even his best friend, Rich Porter, who Mekhi Phifer played, when a dispute over drugs arises. Charles Stone directs this inner-city and hood expose on the drug game and lifestyle that still influences hip-hop culture to this day. The story is an intriguing glimpse into the lives of young drug lords and the dynamics between them that led to death, deceit and betrayal. #mafia #cosanostra #italianmafia #newyork #wiseguy #italoamerican #actuality #fivefamilies #gambinofamily #colombofamily #genovesefamily #bonannofamily #lucchesefamily #instagangster #instamafia #instamob #mob #mafioso #mafiosi #newyorkmob #lacosanostra #organizedcrime #crimefamily #gangster

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 10) Richard “White Boy Rick” Wershe,
Detroit, Michigan
Kid Kingpin
Best Friends Associate

Claim to Fame: Very rarely does a teenager attract the attention that White Boy Rick garnered during his heyday in the streets; he became a local pop culture touchstone as he rocketed to stardom in the vicious and brutal urban underworld of Detroit in the mid-1980s. Not only was he a teenager, but he was white and these unlikely circumstances led him to the top of the black underworld at the age of 17.

Stomping Grounds: White Boy Rick came to dominate Detroit’s streets in the rough and rugged crack era. A time marked by massive bloodshed and death as a result of the burgeoning cocaine trade. By the age of 17, White Boy Rick was one of the most powerful kingpins in Detroit. Associating with a colorful cast of drug and gun thugs that held sway in the city like Maserati Rick, the Chambers Brothers, Best Friends and D. Holloway.

Downfall: At the age of 15 White Boy Rick was meeting with Detroit police and federal agents and getting paid for information. Yanked out of high school, he was groomed as a high profile drug dealer and transformed into the notorious White Boy Rick. When the feds no longer needed him they cut him loose and busted him for drug trafficking. He got in the game as an informant, turned into a legend and is now serving life because of his notoriety in the Michigan State system.

Story: His story has been profiled in numerous books, magazines and DVD’s. With all the conflicting mythology White Boy Rick remains a controversial and intriguing figure to this day. He has been connected to rap stars Eminem and Kid Rick who are attracted to his infamy and iconic status. It’s said that during his trial in 1988 he was rocking Armani suits and had throngs of teenagers packing the courtroom and chanting his name. He has gone down as an infamous street legend of epic proportions.

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10) Richard “White Boy Rick” Wershe, Detroit, Michigan Kid Kingpin Best Friends Associate Claim to Fame: Very rarely does a teenager attract the attention that White Boy Rick garnered during his heyday in the streets; he became a local pop culture touchstone as he rocketed to stardom in the vicious and brutal urban underworld of Detroit in the mid-1980s. Not only was he a teenager, but he was white and these unlikely circumstances led him to the top of the black underworld at the age of 17. Stomping Grounds: White Boy Rick came to dominate Detroit’s streets in the rough and rugged crack era. A time marked by massive bloodshed and death as a result of the burgeoning cocaine trade. By the age of 17, White Boy Rick was one of the most powerful kingpins in Detroit. Associating with a colorful cast of drug and gun thugs that held sway in the city like Maserati Rick, the Chambers Brothers, Best Friends and D. Holloway. Downfall: At the age of 15 White Boy Rick was meeting with Detroit police and federal agents and getting paid for information. Yanked out of high school, he was groomed as a high profile drug dealer and transformed into the notorious White Boy Rick. When the feds no longer needed him they cut him loose and busted him for drug trafficking. He got in the game as an informant, turned into a legend and is now serving life because of his notoriety in the Michigan State system. Story: His story has been profiled in numerous books, magazines and DVD’s. With all the conflicting mythology White Boy Rick remains a controversial and intriguing figure to this day. He has been connected to rap stars Eminem and Kid Rick who are attracted to his infamy and iconic status. It’s said that during his trial in 1988 he was rocking Armani suits and had throngs of teenagers packing the courtroom and chanting his name. He has gone down as an infamous street legend of epic proportions. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #italy #newyork #mafia #goodfellas #colombo #wiseguys #respect #cosanostra #boss #don

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 9) Rayful Edmond, Washington DC
Kingpin
Rayful Edmond Crew

Claim to Fame: At his peak Rayful sold 2000 kilos a week, reaped gross profits of $70 million a month and ran an operation with over 150 soldiers to support him. In the high profile and glamorous life he led, champagne flowed like water, trips to Las Vegas, New York and Los Angeles were commonplace and $50,000 shopping sprees at Trump Plaza were the routine. 60 Minutes called him the $300 million dollar man.

Stomping Grounds: To his hometown of Washington dc, during his 1980s reign as the city’s biggest cocaine dealer, Rayful Edmond was public enemy number one. At the height of Dodge City’s brutal crack epidemic, Rayful distributed 60 percent of the cocaine that flooded the city’s streets. Historians have blamed the crack storm that engulfed DC on Rayful.

Downfall: Rayful was the president and CEO of what authorities called the largest network for cocaine street sales in Washington DC. As a teenager he did business with Colombian cartels and ironically destroyed the same Northeast neighborhood he grew up in, but at the same time helping residents by paying rents and buying clothes and food for them. He was a contradiction in terms, a Robin Hood for the hood.

Story: Edmond has emerged as one of the most recognized people of the last 50 years in Washington DC. His story has been told and retold in numerous books, magazines and DVDs. Rayful was DC’s gangster legend until he tarnished his reputation by snitching after getting busted again moving more cocaine into the city from his prison cell then he did or the streets. He is currently serving a life sentence in the BOP’s Witsec program. Check out his story in Rayful Edmond: Washington DC’s Most Notorious Drug Lord.

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9) Rayful Edmond, Washington DC Kingpin Rayful Edmond Crew Claim to Fame: At his peak Rayful sold 2000 kilos a week, reaped gross profits of $70 million a month and ran an operation with over 150 soldiers to support him. In the high profile and glamorous life he led, champagne flowed like water, trips to Las Vegas, New York and Los Angeles were commonplace and $50,000 shopping sprees at Trump Plaza were the routine. 60 Minutes called him the $300 million dollar man. Stomping Grounds: To his hometown of Washington dc, during his 1980s reign as the city’s biggest cocaine dealer, Rayful Edmond was public enemy number one. At the height of Dodge City’s brutal crack epidemic, Rayful distributed 60 percent of the cocaine that flooded the city’s streets. Historians have blamed the crack storm that engulfed DC on Rayful. Downfall: Rayful was the president and CEO of what authorities called the largest network for cocaine street sales in Washington DC. As a teenager he did business with Colombian cartels and ironically destroyed the same Northeast neighborhood he grew up in, but at the same time helping residents by paying rents and buying clothes and food for them. He was a contradiction in terms, a Robin Hood for the hood. Story: Edmond has emerged as one of the most recognized people of the last 50 years in Washington DC. His story has been told and retold in numerous books, magazines and DVDs. Rayful was DC’s gangster legend until he tarnished his reputation by snitching after getting busted again moving more cocaine into the city from his prison cell then he did or the streets. He is currently serving a life sentence in the BOP’s Witsec program. Check out his story in Rayful Edmond: Washington DC’s Most Notorious Drug Lord. #godfather #chicago #wiseguys #kingpin #respect #goodfellas #gangster #gangsters #jfk #mafia #mob #sicily #italy #don

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 8) Freeway Ricky Ross, Los Angeles, California
Godfather of Crack
Freeway Boys

Claim to Fame: Freeway Rick go so rich, so fast that he used to tell people that God put him on earth to sell cocaine. He’s been called the Wal-Mart of Crack and was the biggest black drug dealer of recent history, he was a trailblazer in the crack trade and reaped millions as an unknowing pawn of the CIA, who used the millions he generated to fund the CIA sponsored Contra war. Several rappers have taken Ross’ name as their stage monikers to capitalize off his notoriety.

Stomping Grounds: At the birth of the crack epidemic in LA, Freeway Rick found himself at the helm of a multimillion dollar criminal enterprise. By the mid-80s Ross was LA’s Godfather of Crack. Jumping into the role of drug lord with a passion he used his sharp mind to organize a criminal operation that franchised crack outlets across the nation like McDonald’s.

Downfall: He was arrested by the Freeway Ricky Ross Task Force and sentenced to 10 years in federal prison. After winning his release, due to police corruption Ross sought his redemption, but fell victim to the drug game and got a life sentence. After almost two decades in prison Ross got his case overturned and is now back in the real world, using his expertise to change lives and make his fortune.

Story: An epic and controversial figure, Freeway Ricky has single-handedly been blamed for the crack epidemic. He moved tons of cocaine, made millions of dollars and supplied the Crips and Bloods with enough product to saturate and infect every inner-city neighborhood across the nation with crack. With drive-bys, gang proliferation and the crack plague his legacy Freeway Rick has turned his life around and now is doing all he can to overturn his legacy as a drug dealer. His story has been told in numerous magazines, books and DVDs and countless rappers have name-dropped him in verse.

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8) Freeway Ricky Ross, Los Angeles, California Godfather of Crack Freeway Boys Claim to Fame: Freeway Rick go so rich, so fast that he used to tell people that God put him on earth to sell cocaine. He’s been called the Wal-Mart of Crack and was the biggest black drug dealer of recent history, he was a trailblazer in the crack trade and reaped millions as an unknowing pawn of the CIA, who used the millions he generated to fund the CIA sponsored Contra war. Several rappers have taken Ross’ name as their stage monikers to capitalize off his notoriety. Stomping Grounds: At the birth of the crack epidemic in LA, Freeway Rick found himself at the helm of a multimillion dollar criminal enterprise. By the mid-80s Ross was LA’s Godfather of Crack. Jumping into the role of drug lord with a passion he used his sharp mind to organize a criminal operation that franchised crack outlets across the nation like McDonald’s. Downfall: He was arrested by the Freeway Ricky Ross Task Force and sentenced to 10 years in federal prison. After winning his release, due to police corruption Ross sought his redemption, but fell victim to the drug game and got a life sentence. After almost two decades in prison Ross got his case overturned and is now back in the real world, using his expertise to change lives and make his fortune. Story: An epic and controversial figure, Freeway Ricky has single-handedly been blamed for the crack epidemic. He moved tons of cocaine, made millions of dollars and supplied the Crips and Bloods with enough product to saturate and infect every inner-city neighborhood across the nation with crack. With drive-bys, gang proliferation and the crack plague his legacy Freeway Rick has turned his life around and now is doing all he can to overturn his legacy as a drug dealer. His story has been told in numerous magazines, books and DVDs and countless rappers have name-dropped him in verse. #mafia #cosanostra #italianmafia #newyork #wiseguy #italoamerican #actuality #fivefamilies #gambinofamily #colombofamily #genovesefamily #bonannofamily #lucchesefamily #instagangster #instamafia #instamob #mob #mafioso #mafiosi #newyorkmob #lacosanostra #organizedcrime #crimefami

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Check mob_boss_john_gotti_'s Instagram 7) Lorenzo “Fat Cat” Nichols, Queens, New York
Drug Lord, Hustler
Fat Cat Crew

Claim to Fame: As the Southside of Jamaica Queens became ground zero for hip-hop hustlers, the mythology and legend of Fat Cat has grown and taken on an Al Capone type level. Fat Cat was the star of the dope show in the 80s. He had more money, more bling, more cars and more power than all his contemporaries. He was the first and most successful of the crack era gangsters. Numerous rappers like 50 Cent and Nas have dropped his name in verse.

Stomping Grounds: The Southside of Jamaica Queens and more specifically “The Block” on 150th Street, was where Fat Cat held reign. The area brought in millions annually due to the drug trade and Fat Cat pocketed most of these ill-gotten gains. In a time dominated by the Italian mafia, Fat Cat got his and set the stage for the rappers and the burgeoning hip-hop scene with his attitude, mentality and style.

Downfall: Fat Cat was too big and too known. He made too much money and had too big a profile. He got busted and continued to run his empire from prison, he had his parole officer whacked for violating him and killed at will, trying to take out all the witnesses against him. He was eventually tied to the murder of the New York police officer with Pappy Mason that shocked the nation and ushered in the current War on Drugs.

Story: Fat Cat is serving a life sentence in the New York state prison system for multiple 25 to life charges despite cooperating with the feds in the Pappy Mason murder case. Fat Cat and his supporters dispute this but he was in the BOP Witsec program for over 20 years before being shipped to the state to finish out his time. He has been profiled in numerous magazines like King and F.E.D.S., books and DVDs and most likely is never coming home. Check out his story in The Dope Game Misadventures of Fat Cat and Pappy Mason.

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7) Lorenzo “Fat Cat” Nichols, Queens, New York Drug Lord, Hustler Fat Cat Crew Claim to Fame: As the Southside of Jamaica Queens became ground zero for hip-hop hustlers, the mythology and legend of Fat Cat has grown and taken on an Al Capone type level. Fat Cat was the star of the dope show in the 80s. He had more money, more bling, more cars and more power than all his contemporaries. He was the first and most successful of the crack era gangsters. Numerous rappers like 50 Cent and Nas have dropped his name in verse. Stomping Grounds: The Southside of Jamaica Queens and more specifically “The Block” on 150th Street, was where Fat Cat held reign. The area brought in millions annually due to the drug trade and Fat Cat pocketed most of these ill-gotten gains. In a time dominated by the Italian mafia, Fat Cat got his and set the stage for the rappers and the burgeoning hip-hop scene with his attitude, mentality and style. Downfall: Fat Cat was too big and too known. He made too much money and had too big a profile. He got busted and continued to run his empire from prison, he had his parole officer whacked for violating him and killed at will, trying to take out all the witnesses against him. He was eventually tied to the murder of the New York police officer with Pappy Mason that shocked the nation and ushered in the current War on Drugs. Story: Fat Cat is serving a life sentence in the New York state prison system for multiple 25 to life charges despite cooperating with the feds in the Pappy Mason murder case. Fat Cat and his supporters dispute this but he was in the BOP Witsec program for over 20 years before being shipped to the state to finish out his time. He has been profiled in numerous magazines like King and F.E.D.S., books and DVDs and most likely is never coming home. Check out his story in The Dope Game Misadventures of Fat Cat and Pappy Mason. #godfather #gangster #gangsters #mob #italianmafia #don #italy #respect #goodfellas #realog #newyork #gambino #commission #5families #fbi #dapperdon #gotti

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