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Stefano Monastero (March 3, 1889 – Aug. 6, 1929) was a mob boss that led a clan of the Pittsburgh underworld during the later Prohibition Era, supplying sugar and other bootlegging commodities.  Monastero and his brothers Lorito and Sam Monastero were the sons of New Orleans crime family Mafioso, Pietro Monastero, who was hanged from a lamp post for the murder of Detective David Hennesey along with many other mafiosi in one of the largest lynchings in American history.  Monatero’s group…

Stefano Monastero (March 3, 1889 – Aug. 6, 1929) was a mob boss that led a clan of the Pittsburgh underworld during the later Prohibition Era, supplying sugar and other bootlegging commodities. Monastero and his brothers Lorito and Sam Monastero were the sons of New Orleans crime family Mafioso, Pietro Monastero, who was hanged from a lamp post for the murder of Detective David Hennesey along with many other mafiosi in one of the largest lynchings in American history. Monatero’s group…

LOUIS "AMBERG" AMBERG    Birth: 1897  Death: Oct. 23, 1935    Organized Crime Figure. During the 1920s and 1930s he, along with his brother Joseph, were the most feared gangsters in the Jewish neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York City, New York. On October 23, 1935 (the same day gangster Dutch Schultz was murdered) Louis Amberg's body was found in a burning car in Brooklyn. He was killed with an ax and a shotgun blast, put in a car and set on fire.

During the and he, along with his brother Joseph, were the most feared gangsters in the Jewish neighborhoods of Brooklyn, New York City, New York.

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Tony Genna was the third Genna brother to die in a hail of gunfire in the spring and summer of 1925. Here, a Tribune photographer captured Genna as he appeared dead on the operating table of Cook County Hospital.

Tony Genna was the third Genna brother to die in a hail of gunfire in the spring and summer of Here, a Tribune photographer captured Genna as he appeared dead on the operating table of Cook County Hospital.

Sam "Momo" Giancana was a reputed boss of the Chicago Outfit from 1957 - 1966 after Tony Accardo retired. Among his nicknames included "Mo", "Mooney" and "Sam the Cigar". Giancana was brought in connection with the dead of Marilyn Monroe in August 5, 1962, the murder of president John F. Kennedy in November 2 1963, and was called in for help to assassinate the Cuban leader Fidel Castro by the CIA.

Sam "Momo" Giancana was a reputed boss of the Chicago Outfit from 1957 -

Genna Family..The North Side Gang took aim at the Genna brothers and on May 27, 1925, Moran chased down Angelo Genna in a high-speed car chase, then shot him to death. digplanet.com

Killed by Vincent Drucci, Earl Weiss and Bugs Moran, of Chicago's West Side Gang.

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Palermo, 1979 Judge Cesare Terranova, Italian Communist Party MP and member of the Antimafia Commission, killed together with his friend and bodyguard, police marshal Lenin Manc

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