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Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci (October 2, 1897–June 7, 1962) was a New York La Cosa Nostra boss who was the founder of what is today known as the Colombo crime family. Established in 1928, this was the last of the Five Families to be organized. He was the family's boss for over three decades.

Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci was a New York City Mafia boss who was the founder of the Profaci crime family (now known as the Colombo crime family). He was the family's boss for over three decades.

Vincenzo 'Vincent' Mangano founding Boss of Mangano Family which would later become the Genovese Family when Albert 'Mad Hatter' Anastasia makes him disappear never to be found

Vincent Mangano - At the Commission meeting in Sept. 1931 Vincent Mangano was given his own family. Although the name of the family changed. Mangano was among the original 7 Mafia Familes

Vito 'Don Vito' Cascioferro former Sicilian Boss of Bosses

CRIME BOSS: Don Vito Cascioferro, Mafioso often depicted as the “boss of bosses”. United States Treasury Department mug shot, 1902

Joseph Charles Bonanno, Sr. (January 18, 1905 – May 11, 2002) was a Sicilian-born American mafioso who became the boss of the Bonanno crime family.  Read more...

(January 1905 – May was a Sicilian-born American mafioso who became the boss of the Bonanno crime family.

Sammy the Bull.  Originally a mobster for the Colombo crime family, and later for the Brooklyn faction of the Gambinos, Gravano participated in the conspiracy to murder Gambino boss Paul Castellano. He played a key role in planning and executing Castellano's murder.  After Castellano's death, Gotti elevated Gravano to underboss.  At the time, Gravano was the highest ranking member of the Five Families to break his Cosa Nostra oath and cooperate with the government.

Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano. Originally a mobster for the Colombo crime…

Genevese family

Dominick V. Quiet Dom Cirillo (born July 1929 East Harlem) is a high-ranking member of the Genovese crime family, who briefly served as acting boss for the imprisoned Boss Vincent Chin Gigante

Giuseppe 'Fat Man' Magliocco founding Boss of Magliocco Family which would later become the Colombo Family

Giuseppe 'Fat Man' Magliocco founding Boss of Magliocco Family which would later become the Colombo Family

Bonaventura "Joseph/Fat Joe" Pinzolo (December 1, 1887; September 5, 1930) was the head of the Lucchese crime family in New York City for a brief period during 1930.

La mafia de nueva york y sus familias criminales

Tommaso 'Tommy' Gagliano founding Boss of Gagliano Family which would later become the Lucchese Crime Family

William Cutolo, also known as "Billy Fingers" and "Wild Bill", was a Brooklyn mobster in the Colombo crime family

This case involves one of those rather rare instances in which murder charges were brought and convictions attained when the victim’s re.

Obit - Michael Coppola - Known as "Trigger Mike," he was a Made-Member in the Costello/Genovese Organized Crime Family

Michael "Trigger Mike" Coppola was a New York City mobster who became a caporegime of the Street Crew, with the Genovese crime family. Coppola headed many Genovese family criminal operations from the late until the early

Joseph Bonanno (1905-2002) - Gánsteres de leyenda - Libertad Digital

Joe Bonanno (Born was a Sicilian-born American mafioso who became the boss of the Bonanno crime family. He was one of the original members of 'The Commision' and remained at the head of his family for over thirty years.

Benjamino Ruggiero, also known as "Lefty", "Lefty Guns", and "Lefty Two Guns" (April 19, 1926 – November 24, 1994), was a soldier in the Bonanno crime family. He is well known for his friendship and mentorship of FBI undercover agent Joseph "Donnie Brasco" Pistone. Ruggiero was an old school Cosa Nostra mobster who knew how Mafia politics worked. Ruggiero allegedly murdered around 26 people and refused to break omertà when arrested.

Benjamino Ruggiero, also known as "Lefty", "Lefty Guns", and "Lefty Two Guns" (April 1926 – November was a soldier in the Bonanno crime family. He is well known for his friendship and mentorship of FBI undercover agent Joseph "Donnie Brasco" Pistone.

Anthony Russo was given 35 months of time already served for his part in the murder of Colombo crime family underboss Joseph Scopo.

Anthony “Big Anthony” Russo (born is a former soldier/ acting capo in the Colombo Crime Family who turned informant. He was given 35 months of time already served for his part in the murder of Colombo crime family underboss Joseph Scopo.

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