James Palmieri (right one on pic) aka Jimmy Higgins (1916-1985) was a soldier in the Gambino family, from Newark NJ. He was associated with capo Joseph Paterno and was known as an enforcer, shylock, drug trafficker and involved in gambling in Newark. A violent man, Palmieri was involved in several hits including the murder of Genovese boss Thomas Eboli in 1972 and Angelo Chieppa, Ruggiero Boiardos bodyguard, in 1973. Palmieri was considered heir of Paternos crew when he moved to Florida but…
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Handcuffed together are Lucchese mobsters James Plumeri aka Jimmy Doyle and Johnny Dioguardi aka Johnny Dio as they leave court after session. There is nothing delicate about Racketeer Plumeri who is on trial for conducting a trucking shakedown that earned him a small fortune. (1937)
The French Connection Directed by: William FriedkinWritten by: Ernest TidymanThe French Connection is best remembered for the greatest chase scene of all time, in which detective Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle (Gene Hackman) drives through the streets of Brooklyn to catch a hitman before he escapes at the next station. That's not to discount the movie as a whole, but the sequence is unmatched. The streets of Brooklyn have never looked more perilous.