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La Mafia #losangeles #picoftheday #familyphotography #santamonicabeach #xmas #santamonicapier #winter #california #californiadreaming #xmas #christmas #family @lessalisi

Meet the Vargas Familly (from left to right)  Chiara, Romano, Feliciano, Felicia, Don Julius Daisy, Katarina, Veneziano and Lovino. They are one of the more influential mafia families.  To break it down Don Julius had two sons who each had four children. (Both wives had quintuplets, a freak phenomenon.) Few years after the children are born both of Don’s Julius’s son and his daughter in laws are tragically killed. (One in a drive by and the other execution style.) Leaving Don Jul...

Meet the Vargas Familly (from left to right) Chiara, Romano, Feliciano, Felicia…

JOSEPH " JOE THE BOSS " MASSERIA    Birth: 1879  Death: Apr. 15, 1931    Gangster. Murdered by four mafia gunmen: Albert Anastasia, Vito Genovese, Joe Adonis and Benjamin Siegel. Joseph (Joe the Boss

Obit - Joseph Joe the Boss Masseria - Gangster. Murdered by four mafia gunmen: Albert Anastasia, Vito Genovese, Joe Adonis and Benjamin Siegel.

Henry Hill is a former American mobster. A Lucchese crime family associate, Hill became an FBI informant whose life story was documented in the book Wiseguy. The 1990 Martin Scorsese film, Goodfellas, was based on the book, with Hill played by Ray Liotta.

FBI mugshot of Henry Hill, 1980 [[MORE]] “ Henry Hill, Jr. (June 1943 – June was a New York City mobster. Between 1955 and Hill was associated with the Lucchese crime family.

Describes the origins and history of the Cosa Nostra, beginning in 1863 Sicily and moving to Prohibition Era America, discussing the formation of the mafia families and the most famous legendary criminals.

Describes the origins and history of the Cosa Nostra, beginning in 1863 Sicily and moving to Prohibition Era America, discussing the formation of the mafia families and the most famous legendary criminals.

The Women Who Took on the Mafia | Family loyalty made the Calabrian Mob strong but its treatment of women was its undoing. | #Funnism #TheMafia

The Women Who Took on the Mafia

The Women Who Took on the Mafia | Family loyalty made the Calabrian Mob strong but its treatment of women was its undoing. | #Funnism #TheMafia

Anthony R. "Tony" Gizzo,(1902-1953) a longtime ally of Kansas City political boss Charles Binaggio, is widely believed to have served as chief of the western Missouri Mafia Family during the early 1950s. Perhaps never the sole boss of the Kansas City underworld, he was a leader of gambling rackets and a strong political leader on the city's North Side. Died of a heart attack in 1953.

Obit - Anthony Robert Tony Gizzo - Tony Gizzo was a local underworld crime boss in Kansas City, working under sanctions from Kansas City Boss: Tom Pendergast

Giuseppe Greco: The Greco Mafia family is a historic and one of the most influential Mafia clans in Sicily, going back to the late 19th century. The extended family ruled both in Ciaculli and Croceverde Giardini, two south-eastern outskirts of Palermo in the citrus growing area. Members of the family were important figures in the Sicilian Cosa Nostra. Salvatore "Ciaschiteddu" Greco was the first ‘secretary’ of the Sicilian Mafia Commission, while Michele Greco, also known as The Pope, was…

Giuseppe Greco: The Greco Mafia family is a historic and one of the most…

Giuseppe Morello -The Morello family is considered to be the first Mafia family of New York, with its leader often tagged the ‘boss of bosses’. The family was eventually broken after it’s leadership was jailed following an investigation by the Secret Service.

Giuseppe "the Clutch Hand" Morello ( Boss, Morello Crime Family, The Black Hand )

Mariano Agate (May 19, 1939 in Mazara del Vallo – April 3, 2013 in Mazara del Vallo) was a member of the Sicilian Mafia. He was the boss of Mazara del Vallo Mafia family since the 1970s when he replaced the old boss Mariano Licari. He also was the boss of the mandamento of Mazara, including the Mafia families of Marsala, Salemi and Vita. Agate was a member of "Iside", one of the most powerful local Masonic lodges.

Mariano Agate (May 19, 1939 in Mazara del Vallo – April 3, 2013 in Mazara del Vallo) was a member of the Sicilian Mafia. He was the boss of Mazara del Vallo Mafia family since the 1970s when he replaced the old boss Mariano Licari. He also was the boss of the mandamento of Mazara, including the Mafia families of Marsala, Salemi and Vita. Agate was a member of "Iside", one of the most powerful local Masonic lodges.

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