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Capo: A Novel of New Orleans' Most Notorious
Capo: A Novel of New Orleans' Most Notorious

Capo: A Novel of New Orleans' Most Notorious Gangster by Peter Watson

Capo: A Novel of New Orleans' Most Notorious Gangster



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ISBN: 9781504020480
Page: 464
Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road
Format: pdf


His nicknames were "Mooney", "Momo", "Sam the Cigar", and " Sammy". Anthony Salvatore Casso (born May 21, 1942) is an American mobster and former underboss of the Lucchese crime family. €�A down-to-earth realistic account of the period between contract and hit. During his career in organized crime, Casso was regarded as a "homicidal maniac" in the American Mafia, single-handedly killing over 100 people, and ordering as many as 1,000 murders . A killer's cold, methodical approach to his craft has never been presented better.” —Los Capo: A Novel of New Orleans' Most Notorious Gangster . By the author of From Manhattan to Manet. And go into business in New Orleans where they make a fortune. The idea was to organize the mafia by giving it a very clear structure and hierarchy. THE FIRST DON Sicily, 1879: After successfully smuggling a severed human ear past the police, Silvio Randazzo completes his dangerous first rite of passage--from peasant boy to Mafia soldier. Tongs and outlaw motorcycle gangs, as well as terrorist, militant , and paramilitary groups are mentioned if they are involved in criminal activity for funding. Maranzano wished to divide the main Italian gangs in New York into five families, each with a boss, underboss, capos, soldiers, and associates. This is a listing of enterprises, gangs, and syndicates that are involved in organized crime. He is Nino, a Sicilian orphan raised by his uncle who teaches him the art of murder. David Fishers is the ghost writer behind the story of Mafia hit man Joey. Inside was the electrifying story of a young Sicilian who in the 1890s fled his native country to reach New Orleans, where he found employment with relatives on the dockside. Nino is so good, the two must soon flee the country. Within months he was to become one of the city's most notoriousgangsters, and the Mafia had hit America. Salvatore "Sam" Giancana (né Giangana; June 15, 1908 – June 19, 1975), was a Sicilian American mobster, notable as being boss of the criminal Chicago Outfit from 1957–1966.



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