A former mobster, a professional MMA fighter, and a writer-director have joined forces to bring the public much laughter with a brand-new YouTube Channel and podcast. The move away from the Mafia underworld was the best decision they ever made. “We just want to enjoy life and have a laugh.”
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A female leader of the “Billie East Side Bloods,” a gang that is part of the United Blood Nation, and several gang members were sentenced to prison on drug and gun charges on Tuesday. At sentencing, the judge characterized the group as one of the most dangerous criminal organizations the federal…Continue
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The recent death of Frederick “Fritz” Graewe (photo above), a feared mob associate in Cleveland, Ohio, shows that it’s possible to live by the sword but not die by the sword. Graewe, 66, seemingly enjoyed a peaceful suburban lifestyle until passing away of natural causes in February. He had been at home…Continue
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Diego Fernando Cardona Lozano, a 43-year-old from Cali, Colombia, was charged on Thursday with conspiracy to commit international money laundering and conspiracy to import cocaine into the…Continue
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Greed kills more people than cancer, the street saying goes. It is especially true in the murder of Vincent Zito, prosecutors say. They arrested 59-year-old Anthony Pandrella, an alleged associate of the…Continue
Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation street gang member Jamie Rivera pleaded guilty today to the 2005 murder of C.W. Post student and basketball star, Tafare Berryman. After the guilty plea, United States Attorney Richard Donoghue stated: “Nearly fourteen years ago, an innocent young man lost his…Continue
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There are no happy endings in the Mafia. Either you find yourself in prison or you end up six feet under in a casket. The latter will apply to Gambino crime family boss Francesco Cali, who was shot and murdered in front of his Staten Island, New York, home on Wednesday night.
The 53-year-old mob…Continue
Colombo crime family boss Carmine Persico has passed away. He was 85. The New York Mafia boss was known for his tenacity and ruthlessness. Despite being locked up for life, he maintained an iron grip on his mob family from behind bars. He was a pure survivor. Right up until the moment he sighed his last…Continue
Camorra boss Marco Di Lauro (photos above) was arrested in Naples on Saturday after spending 14 years on the run from authorities and rivals as a “super fugitive”. The 38-year-old Mafia leader was found living with his wife and two cats in a modest apartment.
Italian police viewed Di Lauro as the…Continue
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As far as powerful Mafia bosses go, Giuseppe Ursino (photo above) is as low-key as they come. So much so that when he was convicted of trafficking cocaine for the ‘Ndrangheta and sentenced to over a decade in prison Thursday, it was the first criminal conviction of his life.
“Pino” Ursino was born…Continue
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The trial of alleged Bonanno crime family boss Joseph “Joe C” Cammarano Jr. began last week and he showed up looking the part. It brought up the question: Does looking like a mobster, make you guilty of being one?
A stupid question, of course, but one that needs to be addressed. With his gray hair,…Continue
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Drug boss and Schuele Boys Gang member Aaron “Boogy” Hicks was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Wednesday. The 34-year-old was convicted of racketeering conspiracy and conspiracy to distribute marijuana. He was also ordered to forfeit $10,400,000 in proceeds from illegal drug trafficking…Continue
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Nine members of a drug ring were arrested on Wednesday and charged with trafficking in heroin, fentanyl, and cocaine through an auto body shop in the Bronx, New York. “These defendants were a network that outwardly offered to fix cars but was really an organization that would supply a fix of heroin or…Continue
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