Michael "Mimi" Sabella (1911–1989) was a caporegime in the Bonanno crime family and a relative of Philadelphia crime family mob boss Salvatore Sabella. Was demoted in 1979 for being close to Carmine Galante, Sonny Black took over his crew. Courtesy of Pat Murphy
The dude on the left is NOT Salvatore Maranzano, even though tons of sources claimed he was. The right one is Maranzano.
Salvatore Maranzano | Salvatore Maranzano (1886 - 1931) - Find A Grave Memorial
He was shot and stabbed to death in his Midtown…
Headstone of "Little Caesar" Salvatore Maranzano.
Salvatore Maranzano took over the future Bonanno Family in 1930, after Giuseppe “Joe the Boss” Masseria, leader of the rival Morello Family, forced Cola Schirò to step down. A major gang war soon errupted – the Castellammarese War – as the criminal factions allied with Masseria fought those allied with Maranzano for control of New York.
Salvatore Maranzano (July 1886 – September was an organized crime figure from the town of Castellammare del Golfo, Sicily. He is accused of ins.
Giuseppe Siragusa (1882 – September 13, 1931) known as the “Yeast Baron” because he became wealthy selling yeast to home breweries during Prohibition. Siragusa took over leadership of the Pittsburgh crime family after the murder of Stefano Monastero in 1929. Siragusa was himself shot to death in his large Squirrel Hill home basement on September 13, 1931 said to have been a casualty of Lucky Luciano's supposed "purge" of the American Mafia.
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Salvatore Maranzano was murdered by a hit squad of four Jewish gangsters hired by Charles Luciano and led by Bugsy Siegel.
Albert Anastasia (pronounced ah-nah-STAH-zee-ah) (born Umberto Anastasio, September 1902 – October was one of the most ruthless and feared Cosa Nostra mobsters in American history. A founder of the American Mafia, Anastasia ran Murder, Inc.
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