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Mob workings - I'm concerned how much this looks like our office org chart

Mob workings - I'm concerned how much this looks like our office org chart

Roy DeMeo, son Albert and Chris Rosenberg. Courtesy of Dov Gross

Roy DeMeo, son Albert and Chris Rosenberg. Courtesy of Dov Gross

Gambino capo Richard Martino aka Richie From The Bronx (1961). He was involved in Internet and phone scams that cost consumers $750 million. Martino introduced the Cosa Nostra into this area of crime.

Gambino capo Richard Martino aka Richie From The Bronx (1961). He was involved in Internet and phone scams that cost consumers $750 million. Martino introduced the Cosa Nostra into this area of crime.

Meyer Lansky - Mafia, cosa nostra, gangsters. http://mafia-gangsters.org/meyer-lansky/

Meyer Lansky - Mafia, cosa nostra, gangsters. http://mafia-gangsters.org/meyer-lansky/

Lucian Leggio -h /* part of the agreement of his deportation was that he not tell his story */

Lucian Leggio -h /* part of the agreement of his deportation was that he not tell his story */

Italian Mafia Pictures | The Magnolia Mafia Myrtle Beach SC

Italian Mafia Pictures | The Magnolia Mafia Myrtle Beach SC

Lucky Luciano - crime boss.  Considered father of modern organized crime in the U.S. and for splitting NYC into 5 different Mafia crime families.  He was the boss of the Genovese crime family.

Lucky Luciano - crime boss. Considered father of modern organized crime in the U.S. and for splitting NYC into 5 different Mafia crime families. He was the boss of the Genovese crime family.

Wise Guys: La Cosa Nostra by Wishum Gregory

Wise Guys: La Cosa Nostra

Wise Guys: La Cosa Nostra by Wishum Gregory

Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci, was a New York La Cosa Nostra boss who was also the founder of what is known today as the Colombo crime family, the last of the crime families. By 1930, Profaci was controlling numbers, prostitution, loansharking and narcotics trafficking in most of Brooklyn. After being sued by the IRS for unpaid taxes, Profaci risked deportation and was eventually arrested along with 61 other mobsters as part of the Apalachin Conference. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison…

Giuseppe "Joe" Profaci, was a New York La Cosa Nostra boss who was also the founder of what is known today as the Colombo crime family, the last of the crime families. By 1930, Profaci was controlling numbers, prostitution, loansharking and narcotics trafficking in most of Brooklyn. After being sued by the IRS for unpaid taxes, Profaci risked deportation and was eventually arrested along with 61 other mobsters as part of the Apalachin Conference. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison…

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