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Bugsy Siegel - Bing Images

Bugsy Siegel - Bing Images

This is the under drawing of a painting for something I can't talk about yet, although it was done awhile ago.

This is the under drawing of a painting for something I can't talk about yet, although it was done awhile ago.

Mafia figure Meyer Lansky.

Mafia figure Meyer Lansky.

WoW Guilds Just Like…Street Gangs? | Kotaku Australia

WoW Guilds Just Like…Street Gangs? | Kotaku Australia

Salvatore Maranzano dead. Lucky Luciano arranged for Bugsy Siegel, Samuel "Red" Levine and two other gangsters provided by Lansky to go to Maranzano's offices on September 10, 1931, posing as accountants or tax men. Once inside his office on the 9th floor of the New York Central Building, they disarmed Maranzano's guards. The four men then shot and stabbed Maranzano to death. As they fled down the stairs, they met Coll on his way upstairs for his appointment with Maranzano. They warned him…

Salvatore Maranzano dead. Lucky Luciano arranged for Bugsy Siegel, Samuel "Red" Levine and two other gangsters provided by Lansky to go to Maranzano's offices on September 10, 1931, posing as accountants or tax men. Once inside his office on the 9th floor of the New York Central Building, they disarmed Maranzano's guards. The four men then shot and stabbed Maranzano to death. As they fled down the stairs, they met Coll on his way upstairs for his appointment with Maranzano. They warned him…

Tony Anastasia crying over dead brother

Tony Anastasia crying over dead brother

At the head of the table. John Gotti, Al Capone, Carlo Gambino, Charles Luciano.

At the head of the table. John Gotti, Al Capone, Carlo Gambino, Charles Luciano.

Paul Kelly (born Paolo Antonio Vaccarelli) was an Sicilian immigrant who founded the Five Points Gang in New York City after starting some brothels with prize monies earned in boxing. It was one of the last dominant street gangs in New York history; Kelly recruited young men who later became prominent criminals of the early 20th century, including Johnny Torrio, Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, and Frankie Yale.

Paul Kelly (born Paolo Antonio Vaccarelli) was an Sicilian immigrant who founded the Five Points Gang in New York City after starting some brothels with prize monies earned in boxing. It was one of the last dominant street gangs in New York history; Kelly recruited young men who later became prominent criminals of the early 20th century, including Johnny Torrio, Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, and Frankie Yale.

sketch of the 1901 maxi trial of suspected mafiosi in Palermo, Sicily. From L'Ora, May 1901.

sketch of the 1901 maxi trial of suspected mafiosi in Palermo, Sicily. From L'Ora, May 1901.

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