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"Gentleman, you are making a big mistake," is what Sicilian mobster Salvatore Riina told police when he was apprehended in January 1993 for his dark deeds over more than 20 years as a fugitive and...

Top 10 Real-Life Mob Bosses

"Gentleman, you are making a big mistake," is what Sicilian mobster Salvatore Riina told police when he was apprehended in January 1993 for his dark deeds over more than 20 years as a fugitive and...

LEOLUCA BIAGIO BAGARELLA  Pseudonimo : "Don Luchino"  Condanne :  * Omicidio multiplo * Traffico di droga * Ricettazione * Strage  Pena  : Ergastolo  Arresto  : 1995 Status  : Detenuto in regime di carcere duro (41 bis.) Penitenziario : Casa Circondariale di Sassari, Italia. Attività  : Boss Mafioso Nazionalità  : Italiana  Affiliazione: Clan dei Corleonesi

LEOLUCA BIAGIO BAGARELLA Pseudonimo : "Don Luchino" Condanne : * Omicidio multiplo * Traffico di droga * Ricettazione * Strage Pena : Ergastolo Arresto : 1995 Status : Detenuto in regime di carcere duro (41 bis.) Penitenziario : Casa Circondariale di Sassari, Italia. Attività : Boss Mafioso Nazionalità : Italiana Affiliazione: Clan dei Corleonesi

Vito Alfio Ciancimino (April 2, 1924 – November 19, 2002) was an Italian politician close to the Mafia leadership who became notorious for enriching himself and his associates by corruptly granting planning permission. An abrasive personality, he served briefly as mayor of Palermo, Sicily as a Christian Democrat. Ciancimino was close to Mafia boss and perennial fugitive Bernardo Provenzano, but regarded Salvatore Riina as irrational. In the aftermath of Mafia bomb outrages in the 1990s…

Vito Alfio Ciancimino (April 2, 1924 – November 19, 2002) was an Italian politician close to the Mafia leadership who became notorious for enriching himself and his associates by corruptly granting planning permission. An abrasive personality, he served briefly as mayor of Palermo, Sicily as a Christian Democrat. Ciancimino was close to Mafia boss and perennial fugitive Bernardo Provenzano, but regarded Salvatore Riina as irrational. In the aftermath of Mafia bomb outrages in the 1990s…

Salvatore Riina - Top 10 Real-Life Mob Bosses - TIME

Top 10 Real-Life Mob Bosses

Salvatore Riina - Top 10 Real-Life Mob Bosses - TIME

Salvatore Riina

Salvatore Riina

Documentary The Mafia Godfathers - John Gotti & Salvatore Riina

Documentary The Mafia Godfathers - John Gotti & Salvatore Riina

BERNARDO PROVENZANO. Era el máximo dirigente de la Cosa Nostra siciliana hasta su detención en 2006.Su carrera mafiosa y escalada criminal comenzó en la década de 1950, cuando junto a Salvatore "Totó" Riina y Calogero Bagarella, se convirtió en el lugarteniente del gran jefe de la mafia corleonese Luciano Leggio.  Riina y Provenzano se hicieron con el control de Cosa Nostra, después de vencer a la poderosa mafia capitalina de Palermo.

BERNARDO PROVENZANO. Era el máximo dirigente de la Cosa Nostra siciliana hasta su detención en 2006.Su carrera mafiosa y escalada criminal comenzó en la década de 1950, cuando junto a Salvatore "Totó" Riina y Calogero Bagarella, se convirtió en el lugarteniente del gran jefe de la mafia corleonese Luciano Leggio. Riina y Provenzano se hicieron con el control de Cosa Nostra, después de vencer a la poderosa mafia capitalina de Palermo.

Carmelo Colletti (10 September 1920 - 30 July 1983 )  Capo de la famille Ribera(provincia di Agrigento)1981-83   killed along with his nephew,  loyal Salvatore Riina

Carmelo Colletti (10 September 1920 - 30 July 1983 ) Capo de la famille Ribera(provincia di Agrigento)1981-83 killed along with his nephew, loyal Salvatore Riina

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