The Feds researched criminal record of Carlo Gambino, which was quite lengthy by the time of the 1957 hastily put-together Mafia summit.

The Feds researched criminal record of Carlo Gambino, which was quite lengthy by the time of the 1957 hastily put-together Mafia summit.

"Don" CARLO GAMBINO (August 24, 1902 - October 15, 1976) was a Sicilian mobster, notable for being Boss of the Gambino crime family, which is still named after him. Crime boss, Mafioso, Mobster, Rum Runner, Businessman, Racketeer

"Don" CARLO GAMBINO (August 24, 1902 - October 15, 1976) was a Sicilian mobster, notable for being Boss of the Gambino crime family, which is still named after him. Crime boss, Mafioso, Mobster, Rum Runner, Businessman, Racketeer

Picture of the Week (Or Century?) Carlo Gambino himself, sitting in a lawnchair beside a man we only know as RM....

Picture of the Week (Or Century?) Carlo Gambino himself, sitting in a lawnchair beside a man we only know as RM....

"Don" Carlo Gambino (August 24, 1902 - October 15, 1976)

"Don" Carlo Gambino (August 24, 1902 - October 15, 1976)

Aniello "Neil" Dellacroce (Born 1914), also known as "Mr. Neil," "Father O'Neil" and "The Tall Guy", was an Italian-American gangster and underboss of the Gambino crime family. He rose to the position of underboss when Carlo Gambino moved Joseph Biondo aside. Dellacroce was a mentor to Gambino crime family boss John Gotti.

Aniello "Neil" Dellacroce (Born 1914), also known as "Mr. Neil," "Father O'Neil" and "The Tall Guy", was an Italian-American gangster and underboss of the Gambino crime family. He rose to the position of underboss when Carlo Gambino moved Joseph Biondo aside. Dellacroce was a mentor to Gambino crime family boss John Gotti.

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Cosa Nostra News: Story of Carlo Gambino, "Boss of Bosses," Part 1

Cosa Nostra News: Story of Carlo Gambino, "Boss of Bosses," Part 1

Carlo Gambino came from Sicily in 1921 at the age of 19. A seasoned gang member, he immediately began his growth up the New York Mafia ladder. He worked in gangs led by Joe "the Boss" Masseria, Salvatore Maranzano, Philip and Vincent Mangano, and Albert Anastasia. After the murder of Anatasia in 1957, Gambino became the head of the family, and changed the name of the organization from D'Aquila to Gambino. Known as the Boss of Bosses, Carlo Gambino grew to be one of the most powerful Mafia…

Carlo Gambino came from Sicily in 1921 at the age of 19. A seasoned gang member, he immediately began his growth up the New York Mafia ladder. He worked in gangs led by Joe "the Boss" Masseria, Salvatore Maranzano, Philip and Vincent Mangano, and Albert Anastasia. After the murder of Anatasia in 1957, Gambino became the head of the family, and changed the name of the organization from D'Aquila to Gambino. Known as the Boss of Bosses, Carlo Gambino grew to be one of the most powerful Mafia…

Thomas Eboli.Jefe de la familia GENOVESE desde 1969 a 1972, año en el que fue asesinado por orden de CARLO GAMBINO, que lo responsabilizó de una pérdida de cuatro millones de dólares en narcóticos requisados por los federales. Durante su jefatura, supervisada por el encarcelado GENOVESE, tuvo que contar también con la opinión de JERRY CATENA y de MIKE MIRANDA. El triunvirato resultó poco consistente, por el presidio del líder, porque MIRANDA era ya mayor y porque CATENA acabaría yendo a…

Thomas Eboli.Jefe de la familia GENOVESE desde 1969 a 1972, año en el que fue asesinado por orden de CARLO GAMBINO, que lo responsabilizó de una pérdida de cuatro millones de dólares en narcóticos requisados por los federales. Durante su jefatura, supervisada por el encarcelado GENOVESE, tuvo que contar también con la opinión de JERRY CATENA y de MIKE MIRANDA. El triunvirato resultó poco consistente, por el presidio del líder, porque MIRANDA era ya mayor y porque CATENA acabaría yendo a…

“Don” Carlo Gambino was a Sicilian mobster, best known for being the boss of the Gambino crime family in New York. In the 1960s, the Gambino family had more than 500 soldiers within 30 crews, producing half a billion dollars a year for the family. Carlo Gambino was also good friends with Frank Sinatra. He died a sudden death on October 15, 1976.

“Don” Carlo Gambino was a Sicilian mobster, best known for being the boss of the Gambino crime family in New York. In the 1960s, the Gambino family had more than 500 soldiers within 30 crews, producing half a billion dollars a year for the family. Carlo Gambino was also good friends with Frank Sinatra. He died a sudden death on October 15, 1976.

Following Apalachin, FBI Targeted Mob Boss Carlo Gambino

Following Apalachin, FBI Targeted Mob Boss Carlo Gambino

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