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111,123.  Among the giants of organised crime in the 1930 Lepke Buchalter quietly built a fortune on the backs of an army of workers, and created the marriage between corruption and labor unions in America.  Then the Mob double-crosssed him.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  Mobsters s1e3: Louis Lepke, Bio 2007

 

111,124.  He stepped out of Sing Sing just as Americans were getting used to a new word in their vocabulary – Prohibition.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.  

 

111,125.  The future was not breaking heads on the picket line but in dominating the unions themselves.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

111,126.  His men simply came into their union headquarters with guns drawn and opened fire.  When the shooting was over, a dozen were dead, and Lepke had another union under his belt.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

111,127.  He planed nothing less than a murder spree to kill every witness that might testify against him.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

111,128.  Lepke and his associates were found guilty of murder.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

 

111,129.  Sammy the Bull Gravano was the Mob’s perfect killer. No questions.  No mistakes.  No guilt.  He built a construction empire in New York City and became underboss to John Gotti, the infamous dapper don.  When the Feds closed in, Gravano made a decision that would put his boss behind bars for life and decimate New York’s most important crime family.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  Mobsters 1e4: Sammy the Bull Gravano, Bio 2007

 

111,130.  Gravano was 25 when Shorty ordered him to kill another crew member.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

111,131.  Sammy was just making his mark in a racket … construction.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

111,132.  He helped arrange the murder of boss big Paul Castellano in December 1985.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

111,133.  ‘I began to cooperate with the government in 1991.’  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.  testifying 

 

 

111,148.  ‘Genovese was violent; he liked to have bodies in the street.’  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Gangstas & New York)  Mobsters s1e7: Genovese: Portrait of a Crime Family, Bio 2007

 

111,149.  The Genovese family is down but not out.  It continues to make millions every year through rackets ranging from labor corruption to extortion to drug trafficking.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,151.  He had finally had enough of the Mob and stepped down as boss.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

111,152.  It didn’t take long for the drug racket to get Vito into trouble. (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,153.  Vito Genovese died in prison of heart failure at the age of 72.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

 

111,154.  He would wander the streets for hours yearning to escape the family’s poverty.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  Mobsters s1e8: Frank Costello, Bio 2007

 

111,155.  By the late 1920s bootlegging had made Frank Costello rich.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,156.  He made his debut as a Mafia diplomat at a major gathering of gangsters in Atlantic City in 1929.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid. 

 

111,157.  His business deals becoming more and more legitimate.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,158.  ‘All I know I stole.’  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  Costello

 

111,159.  He went to a psychiatrist.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

 

111,172.  He worked for years as a foot soldier in the New York Mafia. Then he revealed its secrets to the nation.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  Mobsters s1e9: Joseph the Rat Valachi

 

111,173.  His performance was mesmorising.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

111,174.  ‘What do I get out of it?  Nothing but misery.’  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  Valachi  

 

111,175.  Between 1919 and 1923 the gang burglarized hundreds of New York businesses.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.   

 

 

111,183.  ‘He would walk the streets in a bath-robe; he would urinate in public.’  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  Mobsters s1e12: Vinnie the Chin Gigante

 

111,184.  Gigante might be very sane and very dangerous.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,185.  Vito Genovese took Vinnie under his wing.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

111,186.  In 1959 prosecutors convicted the 30 year old Gigante and his mentor 62 year old Vito Genovese of heroin trafficking.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

 

111,191.  For 30 years Joe Bonanno’s authority in the underworld went unchallenged … He witnessed the rise and fall of the Mob and lived to tell the tale.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  Mobsters s1e13: Joe Bonanno 

 

111,192.  Bonanno arrived in New York in 1924.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

111,193.  By the time he was 25 years old Joe Bonanno was a successful bootlegger and a rising leader in the New York underworld. (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,194.  At the age of 26 is a Mafia boss.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,195.  The most respected man in the Mafia.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,196.  Joe agreed to be exiled from New York.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

 

111,197.  ‘Carlo Gambino was running the largest, most extensive crime empire in the United States at the time.’  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  Mobsters s1e14: The Gambinos: First Family of Crime

 

111,198.  The Gambino crime family stood out: one of the five crime families created in New York in the 1930s.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,199.  Like Capone, John Gotti was a gangsta sent straight from central casting.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,200.  In a five year period he [Gotti] escaped justice three times.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,201.  He [Gambino] expanded the [waterfront] racketeering to gambling, construction, loan-sharking and even more white-collar crimes such as securities fraud on Wall Street.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

111,202.  So when Castellano in 1976 many saw him as someone who rose to the top because of his relationship with Gambino not because he had paid his dues on the street.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.  

 

 

111,232.  Paul Vario hired young Henry to wash and park cars for all the members of his crew.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  Mobsters s1e15: Henry Hill

 

111,233.  He was drawn to the flamboyant Mob lifestyle.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,234.  He was a good conman and he was charming.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,235.  For wise guys prison wasn’t much different from the streets … Henry realised that narcotics were the hottest commodity in prison.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,236.  Between his dealing and drug abuse Hill’s life was spinning out of control.  (Murder & Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.    

 

111,237.  His decision made him a marked man.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

111,238.  Hill helped put as many as thirty wise guys in prison.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & New York)  ibid.

 

 

111,239.  Lucky Luciano: In the early 1930s New York City was a Mob killing field.  Out of this bloody chaos emerged one cold-hearted brilliant gangsta named Lucky Luciano.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  Mobsters s1e16: Lucky Luciano  

 

111,240.  He was going to literally organise crime.  Lucky ordered a sit-down meeting in New York and created a secret commission made up of the leaders of five notorious crime families.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

 

111,241.  His mad money came from drugs and prostitution.  (Gangs US: New York & Mafia: US & Murder & New York)  ibid.

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