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The Gambino crime family is one of the "Five Families" that control organized crime activity in New York City. It is a part of the United States-wide criminal network known as the Mafia. The group is named after Carlo Gambino, boss of the family at the time of the McClellan hearings in 1963 when the structure of organized crime first gained public attention. The group's operations extend from New York and the eastern seaboard to California. Its illicit activities include labor and construction racketeering, gambling, loansharking, extortion, money laundering, prostitution,dumping violations, construction, building and cement violations, fraud and wire fraud, hijacking, pier thefts, and fencing.
The rise of what for a time was the most powerful crime family in America began in 1957, the day Albert Anastasia was assassinated while sitting in a barber chair at the Park-Sheraton Hotel in Manhattan. Experts believe Carlo Gambino helped orchestrate the hit to take over the family. Gambino partnered with Meyer Lansky to control gambling interests in Cuba. The family’s fortunes grew through 1976, when Gambino appointed his brother-in-law, Paul Castellano, as boss. Castellano infuriated upstart capo John Gotti, who orchestrated Castellano's murder in 1985. Gotti's downfall came in 1992, when his underboss Sammy Gravano decided to cooperate with the FBI. Gravano's cooperation brought down Gotti, along with most of the top members of the Gambino family. The family is believed to be currently run by street boss John "Jackie" D'Amico.
ROY DEMEO '' HITMAN'' GAMBINO CRIME FAMILY
Original Roy Demeo signed check with unpublished 4 x 6 picture getting out the Gemeni lounge stamped, notarized and signed by Albert Demeo his son authenticiating this piece for life!
RICHARD KUKLINSKI'' HITMAN'' GAMBINO CRIME FAMILY
Richard Kuklisnki contract Killer for the Gambino family ulra rare handwritten envelope signed in full
Ultra Rare handwritten letter perfect for framing talking about an officer that was stabbed to death and about a serial killer article he was mentioned in he takes time to distinguish himself from being a Mass Murderer and the very best part of this letter is that he also talks about a book published by his capturer Anthony Bruno '' The Iceman, 1993 The True Story Of a Cold Blooded Killer signs off, take Care Richie
Richard Kuklinski THE ICEMAN - THE TRUE STORY OF A COLD BLOODED KILLER BY ANTHONY BRUNO BOOK signed on the inside From_ Richard Kuklinski - Scarce
Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone (January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947) was an American gangster who led a Prohibition-era crime syndicate. Known as the "Capones", the group was dedicated to smuggling and bootlegging liquor, and other illegal activities such as prostitution, in Chicago from the early 1920s to 1931.
Capone gained infamy when the public discovered his involvement in the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre, which resulted in the death of seven of Capone's rival gang members. Capone's reign ended when he was found guilty of tax evasion, and sent to federal prison. His incarceration included a stay at Alcatraz federal prison. In the final years of Capone's life, his mental and physical health deteriorated due to neurosyphilis, a disease which he had contracted earlier. On January 25, 1947, he died from cardiac arrest after suffering a stroke.
Mob Boss Al '' SCARFACE'' Capone fingerprint chart copy from the original on 8.5 x 11 paper of The United States Bureau Of Investigation
Al Capone on way to Alcatraz prison on 4 x 6 glossy paper
Crime Scene : Valentine Day massacre no.1 on 4 x 6 glossy paper
Crime scene : Valentine Day massacre no.2 on 4 x 6 Glossy paper
Mob Boss Al Capone original Mugshot inmate no.40886
Al Capone income Tax trial with his lawyers on 4 x 6 glossy paper
Young Al Capone Mugshot 1929
Richard Kuklinski ‘’ The Iceman’’ prison shot photo on 4 x 6 paper
Teflon Don Mob Boss John Gotti early 90’s photo on 4 x 6 glossy paper
Jack ruby Mugshot after killing Lee Oswald photo on 4 x 6 glossy paper from 1963
Lee Harvey Oswald SHOT TO DEATH Newspaper
Original Philadelphia Inquirer NEWSPAPER