Vincent Gigante, also known as "Chin" was the boss of the Genovese crime family from 1981 to his death in 2005. For the early part of his life, Gigante was a professional boxer but became involved in the Mafia as an enforcer for the then Luciano crime family. Gigante spent some time in prison for heroin trafficking with his boss Vito Genovese where he became a caporegime and had his own soldiers in the family. After rising to power during the 1960's and 1970's, Gigante slowly went insane as…

A young Vincent Louis Gigante (Born also known as "Chin". Gigante was an Italian-American mobster from New York who would later become the boss of the Genovese crime family.

Lucky Luciano - crime boss.  Considered father of modern organized crime in the U.S. and for splitting NYC into 5 different Mafia crime families.  He was the boss of the Genovese crime family.

Charles "Lucky" Luciano is recognized as being the creator of five different mafia crime families. He was the first boss of the Genovese crime family and created the National Crime Syndicate in the United States.

Italian Mafia Pictures | Lucky Luciano Photo Gangster Italian Mobster Organized Mafia Crime

Lucky Luciano- The father of modern organized crime. He split the New york mafia into 5 families. He eventually became so powerful that the office of naval intelligence commuted his prison sentence in exchange for Sicilian Mafia contacts

Deported Italian Mobster Caught Sneaking Across U.S.-Mexico Border

A previously deported Italian mobster has been arrested trying to illegally enter the U. by sneaking across the porous border with Mexico.

Christopher Furnari - Sicilian-Italian mobster of the Lucchese family

Christopher Furnari - Sicilian-Italian mobster of the Lucchese family " "Christy Tick"

Eurocrime documentary - http://johnrieber.com/2015/01/19/italian-mobsters-sex-kittens-euro-crime-the-italian-dirty-harry-classic-70s-euro-crime/

The Italian Cop And Gangster Films That Ruled The ** directed by Mike Malloy

italian crim families | Top 10 Real Life Italian Mobsters - TopYaps - TopYaps

Top 10 Real Life Italian Mobsters

John 'Jackie Nose' D'Amico, was one of several capos who is believed to have taken over the day to day operations while Gotti was in prison. D'Amico was one of two acting crime bosses after Gotti's death.

Famous Mobsters | Italian mobsters graphics and comments

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Charlie "Lucky" Luciano (pronounced "loo-tch-a-noh") (born Salvatore Lucania; November 24, 1897 – January 26, 1962) was an Italian mobster born in Sicily. Luciano is considered the father of modern organized crime in the United States for splitting New York City into five different Mafia crime families and the establishment of the first commission. He was the first official boss of the modern Genovese crime family.

Charlie "Lucky" Luciano (pronounced "loo-tch-a-noh") (born Salvatore Lucania…

Carlo Gambino

Carlo Gambino - The Gambino Mob Boss: An infographic on 5 key facts from the career of one of the most influential mobsters of all time.

"The lower East side of New York and the colorful gangsters who emerged from within its boundaries have always intrigued and mystified people everywhere. This is "Jimmy, “The Shiv”, Death House Barber of Sing Sing. He was a gangster.   via Jodi DeStefano--Jimmy "The Shiv"'s daughter

The lower East side of New York and the colorful gangsters who emerged from within its boundaries have always intrigued and mystified people everywhere. This is "Jimmy, “The Shiv”, Death House Barber of Sing Sing.

Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania (Mobster) died of a heart attack 1897-1962

Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania (Mobster) died of a heart attack

Italian Mobster Birthday Bash -

Italian Mobster Birthday Bash This was a huge cake made for a dinner show based on the mob.

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