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Johnny Torrio | Giacomo "Big Jim" Colosimo - Boss of the Chicago Outfit and Brothel ...

Giacomo "Big Jim" Colosimo - Boss of the Chicago Outfit and Brothel Empire

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Rocco & Joe Fischetti & Sinatra. Rocco Fischetti, also known as "Rocky" and "Ralph Fisher" (March 17, 1903 - July 5, 1964) was a Chicago mobster with the Chicago Outfit criminal organization who ran many illegal gambling operations. Fischetti also accompanied singer Frank Sinatra on two trips to Havana, Cuba.

Italians in Cuba - Frank Sinatra with mobsters Joe and Rocco Fischetti, at the Havana bar

Frank Nitti 1881-1943 Chicago gangster who was convicted of tax evasion with Al Capone. He was been portrayed in several films by Sylvester Stallone in CAPONE 1975 by Stanley Tucci in ROAD TO PERDITION 2002 by Bill Camp in PUBLIC ENEMIES 2009 .

Frank Nitti 1881-1943 Chicago Gangster Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Frank Nitti Chicago gangster who was convicted of tax evasion with Al Capone.

Sam Giancana inherited the Chicago Outfit, the Italian Mafia Syndicate built by Alfonse Capone.

Gli occhiali da sole compiono 85 anni

The Mobsters Sam Giancana 1 (Rigged votes? Owned legendary lodge? was killed execution style; found dead with a mouthful of lead.

Johnny Torrio | ... Johnny" Torrio, também chamado de "The Fox" (nascido Giovanni Torrio

Johnny Torrio and Al Capone He went to work for Chicago crime boss Johnny Torrio, whose bootlegging business was rising due to the beginning of Prohibition.

Joseph Andriacchi With the rapidly declining mental and physical health of one of the most respected Outfit bosses that Chicago has seen since the death of Joseph Aiuppa in 1997, Chicago Outfit overlord Johnny “No Nose” DiFronzo has been replaced with Joseph "The Builder" Andriacchi. This is

Jan 2015 Joseph-Andriacchi CHICAGO MAFIA Family (Chicago Outfit) BOSS (elder statesman): Joseph Andriacchi/Johnny “No Nose” DiFronzo Street Boss: “Unknown” Possible Ruling Panel including – Albert Vena, Solly DeLaurentis, James Iandino ?

Ralph “Ralphie” “Bottles” Capon(i)e, 1928, Chicago.    Ralph was Al’s older brother and also a member of the Chicago Outfit.

Ralph “Ralphie” “Bottles” Capon(i)e, Chicago. Ralph was Al’s older brother and also a member of the Chicago Outfit. Al was Public Enemy while Ralph was just

Joey "The Clown" Lombardo "mugging" for the police photographer, preventing him from getting a good photo. 1963.

Joey "The Clown" Lombardo "mugging" for the police photographer, preventing him…

Albert Tocco (August 9, 1929 – September 21, 2005), also known as "Caesar" (though this was actually his baptismal name), was a high-ranking member of the Chicago Outfit during the 1970s and 1980s. He allegedly controlled the rackets on the South Side of Chicago, the south suburbs, and parts of Northern Indiana (Al Capone's old stomping grounds). Tocco is believed to have been the first mob boss whose spouse testified against him.

TIL Betty Tocco is the first and only mob wife to testify against her husband.