Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by KeiranMc, Mar 27, 2020.
Seems like petrosino was the man.
Nino Gaggi and Joe Adonis, two bad men.
Sometimes I'm amazed at the intelligent conversations about interesting subjects to be found here...
U wot m8?
Running criminal stuff is fairly simple
Highly stressful but not that complicated
Gang boss confirmed.
Was a street level idiot in my early twenties.
Was suggested running a crew,Not because i was especially tough or smart but simply because i knew how to not attract attention
Lol i used basic logic when working and i was considered smart.
Tells something about the iq of these type of guys.
lol at Finland gangsters.
Yeah not quite russia level
Still enough to get hurt or killed though
I typed in organized Crime in Nordic countries. I got a lot of Outlaw bike clubs and funny pics.
Boyhunter with Full Leather Jacket wins.
Anyone know much about some earlier guys salvatore d'aquila, giovanni bonventre, joseph pinzolo, guiseppe morrello or any others?
@nick jacoby perhaps?
Or maybe @Arashikage4Life ?
I'm not the best on pre-1930s era crime families. I do know that three of the four you mentioned were killed during the war. It was a dangerous time to be a mobster.
I don't know a ton of the pre 1930's either. I know more about the guys from the 70's forward. My Gradnmother is first cousins with Domenico "Italian Dom" Cefalu. Great uncle Dom was inducted as a made man by John Gotti back in the late 80's. So I'm specifically familiar with the Gambino crime family.
Can't say I know Dom well, only met him a few times at family gatherings and at my Grandma's funeral. Some of my cousins got involved in shit with them though and one is dead now and a few others are in prison.
Yeah from what I've read there were hits left and right in that era.
Are you more of a 80s/90s Gotti era guy?
Interesting stuff man, I have read about Italian Dom. I don't know much about after 2000. Any idea what the five families presence is like in NY nowadays?
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