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The Official Organized Crime Thread pt2(news, docs, discussion ect)
 

 
this thread is for all things OC related. from the american mob to BMF and everything in between.........

in light of the sammy the bull thread doing ok numbers and the multiple times Michael Franzese has been brought up in the last few days I think its time to maybe revive the OC thread for those of us that have an interest in this sh*t.........

DISCUSSIONS IN THIS THREAD ARE NOT TO INVOLVE CURRENT EVENTS OR PEOPLE THAT HAVENT BEEN COVERED PUBLICLY.
@big score [MENTION=251156]t from the 617 @Smuggz @OGMiamishank @Shika @Willy Boban
@IllClinton


Im going to get this started with a couple docs on the Detroit partnership by two of the most annoying people that do this sh*t.........but they're really good docs regardless information wise..........



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 2 years ago '16        #2
smokeytheblunt2  OP
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 2 years ago '16        #3
Shika 
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I may have some questions if I can think of any or of anything interesting comes up itt. I've always been intrigued in the mob and their politics. Even certain mobsters of the past interest me and the people who lurk in the shadows or thrive in the spotlight (Hoffa).

I hope this turns out to be a good thread, because OP knows his sh*t. Makes me wanna watch Boardwalk Empire again. I want to see a film behind the eyes of the italian jew, Meyer Lansky.


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 2 years ago '16        #4
smokeytheblunt2  OP
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 Shika said
I may have some questions if I can think of any or of anything interesting comes up itt. I've always been intrigued in the mob and their politics. Even certain mobsters of the past interest me and the people who lurk in the shadows or thrive in the spotlight (Hoffa).

I hope this turns out to be a good thread, because OP knows his sh*t.
theres a few people here that knows their sh*t. @ comes to mind........

but yeah, any questions comments or whatever are welcome........

 2 years ago '16        #5
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If you're talking Detroit, you gotta talk about the Best Friends.

Their names rang bells across the country.

 2 years ago '10        #6
t from the 617 
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you know i'll be in here regularly..

finally got the chance to see anthony casso's 60 minutes interview recently.


 2 years ago '14        #7
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 Shika said
I may have some questions if I can think of any or of anything interesting comes up itt. I've always been intrigued in the mob and their politics. Even certain mobsters of the past interest me and the people who lurk in the shadows or thrive in the spotlight (Hoffa).

I hope this turns out to be a good thread, because OP knows his sh*t. Makes me wanna watch Boardwalk Empire again. I want to see a film behind the eyes of the italian jew, Meyer Lansky.
nah the real story is Arnold Rothstein

that's the story we need to hear cause w/o him there is no Meyer, Bugsy, or Charlie


good post OP!!! will be checking back often

 2 years ago '17        #8
Willy Boban  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Before Sammy the Bull. You had a notorious mob hitman known as The Iceman.


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 2 years ago '09        #9
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let's go

 2 years ago '17        #10
Willy Boban  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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 2 years ago '11        #11
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 Willy Boban said
Before Sammy the Bull. You had a notorious mob hitman known as The Iceman.

That was a cold mufugga mayne, no pun.
But like breh said in the Sammy thread, a "Mad Sam" Destefano movie would be far more gruesome and deranged than Kuklinski's story.
Tony "The Ant" Spilotro, Pesci's character in Casino would make a great movie and translate better to the big screen.
And of course, Giancaca. People need to know more about dude. He played a major role in some huge events in US history.

 2 years ago '17        #12
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Smokey u need to write this book with me bruh loosely based on a collection of mob figures. Don't let that knowledge go to waste.
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 2 years ago '09        #13
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The Bonnano Family


The Bonanno crime family (pronounced [boˈnanno]) is one of the Five Families that dominate organized crime activities in New York City, United States, within the nationwide criminal phenomenon known as the American Mafia (or Cosa Nostra).

Named after Joseph Bonanno, for over 30 years the family was one of the most powerful in the country. However, in the early 1960s, Bonanno attempted to seize the mantle of boss of bosses, but failed and was forced to retire. This touched off a period of turmoil within the family that lasted almost a quarter-century. It was the first of the New York families to be kicked off the Commission (a council of the bosses that helps to maintain order in the Mafia), due to inf*ghting for the boss's mantle, as well as allegations the family was actively dealing heroin and that an FBI agent calling himself Donnie Brasco had infiltrated their ranks. Later, the family faced shaky leadership, with the acting boss Carmine Galante murdered in 1979 at the command of Philip Rastelli, the actual boss. The family only recovered in the 1990s under Joseph Massino, and by the dawn of the new millennium was not only back on the Commission, but also was the most powerful family in New York. However, in the early 2000s, a rash of convictions and defections culminated in Massino himself becoming a government informant in 2004. Early on the Bonnano's made the Williamsburg/Bushwick section of Brooklyn their stronghold.


Rare Pics of The Bonnano Crew

"Father" of The Bonanno familia Joe "Bannanas" Bonnano








Benjamin "Lefty Guns" Ruggerio (Donnie Brasco)







Anthony "TG" Graziano (Father of Mob Wife star Renee Graziano





Mike Sebella & Lefty Guns holding court





Bonnano Tough Guy Anthony "Tony" Mirra








Stefano "Stevie Beefs" Cannone (Bonanno Family Consigliere)




Sonny Black (held responsible for for the Donnie Brasco infiltration of the family)




Sal Vitale (Former Underboss)




Anthony Spero - Anthony "Old Man" Spero (1929 – September 29, 2008) was the consigliere and one time acting boss of the Bonanno crime family. On April 16, 2002, Spero was sentenced to life in prison. His lawyer requested leniency due to Spero's poor health, but the judge denied the request. On September 29, 2008, Spero died at age 79.




Sal Cantalono - Former Bonnano capo and one of the leaders of the pizza connection




Joseph Zicarelli aka Bayonne Joe, onetime captain in the Bonanno family.




Joe Massino (The boss that brought The Bonnano Family back to relevancy


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Carmine Galante (my personal fav boss)







The Infamous picture







Cesare The Tall Guy Bonventre - He was a member of both the Sicilian Mafia and the Bonanno Organized Crime Family operating out of Brooklyn, New York. A bodyguard to Bonanno boss Carmine Galante on the day Galante and three others were murdered. He survived the massacre and escaped. A main importer and trafficker of heroin from Sicily. Bonventre was shot to death, then sawed in half and stuffed into two 55 gallon drums of glue.




Alphonse "Sonny Red" Indelicato - was a caporegime in New York City's Bonanno crime family who was murdered with two other capos in an infamous gangland slaying as seen in the movie Donnie Brasco




Dominick "Big Trin" Trinchera was a Bonanno crime family capo who was murdered with Alphonse Indelicato and Philip Giaccone for planning the overthrow of aspiring Bonanno boss Philip Rastelli as seen in the movie Donnie Brasco




Phillip Giaccone




Rusty Rastelli - Imprisoned Boss of the Bonanno family "Rusty's gonna run it from "the can".

Phil “Rusty” Rastelli regained control of the Bonanno Family with Carmine Galante’s death in 1979. It was a family in turmoil, however. Constant inf*ghting had been going on since the Banana War. Rastelli was able to restore unity by ordering the murder of three rebellious Bonanno capos who had been plotting against him (see above)







Thomas "Tommy Karate" Pitera (born December 10 1954) is a former Mafia hitman in the Bonanno crime family. Pitera earned a reputation as a vicious and sadistic k*ller who enjoyed murdering people. He was suspected by law enforcement of as many as 60 murders.[1] He was well known for his use of karate and other martial arts when f*ghting which is a skill he had learned at a young age. It earned Pitera his nickname "Tommy Karate".






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Historically a "Brooklyn based" family. the "power" switched to the Bronx faction at one point.

Vinny Gorgeous, the former acting boss of the Bonanno crime family, is serving two life terms for whacking people.







Bonanno crime family mobsters Gaspare Valenti and Vincent Asaro




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 2 years ago '16        #16
smokeytheblunt2  OP
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 t from the 617 said
you know i'll be in here regularly..

finally got the chance to see anthony casso's 60 minutes interview recently.
that sh*t with how many times he shot hydell gets me every time........

you probably know this but Ed Bradly went to hs and was good friends with the Martorano brothers...........

 2 years ago '16        #17
smokeytheblunt2  OP
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 OGMiamishank said
Smokey u need to write this book with me bruh loosely based on a collection of mob figures. Don't let that knowledge go to waste.
that would be cool as fu*k..........

Ive always dreamed about a Slavie Testa movie..........

by far my favorite mobster to learn about...........

him and the Gemini Twins..........

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 smokeytheblunt2 said
that would be cool as fu*k..........

Ive always dreamed about a Slavie Testa movie..........

by far my favorite mobster to learn about...........

him and the Gemini Twins..........
I emailed Jerry Capeci about 4 times asking him to bring "murder Machine" to the big screen.

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 bigscore said
Carmine Galante (my personal fav boss)







The Infamous picture







Cesare The Tall Guy Bonventre - He was a member of both the Sicilian Mafia and the Bonanno Organized Crime Family operating out of Brooklyn, New York. A bodyguard to Bonanno boss Carmine Galante on the day Galante and three others were murdered. He survived the massacre and escaped. A main importer and trafficker of heroin from Sicily. Bonventre was shot to death, then sawed in half and stuffed into two 55 gallon drums of glue.




Alphonse "Sonny Red" Indelicato - was a caporegime in New York City's Bonanno crime family who was murdered with two other capos in an infamous gangland slaying as seen in the movie Donnie Brasco




Dominick "Big Trin" Trinchera was a Bonanno crime family capo who was murdered with Alphonse Indelicato and Philip Giaccone for planning the overthrow of aspiring Bonanno boss Philip Rastelli as seen in the movie Donnie Brasco




Phillip Giaccone




Rusty Rastelli - Imprisoned Boss of the Bonanno family "Rusty's gonna run it from "the can".

Phil “Rusty” Rastelli regained control of the Bonanno Family with Carmine Galante’s death in 1979. It was a family in turmoil, however. Constant inf*ghting had been going on since the Banana War. Rastelli was able to restore unity by ordering the murder of three rebellious Bonanno capos who had been plotting against him (see above)







Thomas "Tommy Karate" Pitera (born December 10 1954) is a former Mafia hitman in the Bonanno crime family. Pitera earned a reputation as a vicious and sadistic k*ller who enjoyed murdering people. He was suspected by law enforcement of as many as 60 murders.[1] He was well known for his use of karate and other martial arts when f*ghting which is a skill he had learned at a young age. It earned Pitera his nickname "Tommy Karate".





Tommy was/is a bad motherfu*ker but he wasn't the crazed maniac 12 and and that hack's book make him out to be.........

RIP but Phillip Carlo and Anthony Bruno wrote fictional stories about real people.........ie "the iceman", "the butcher" whatever the fu*k the book about casso was called ect.........


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I emailed Jerry Capeci about 4 times asking him to bring "murder Machine" to the big screen.
I can't even imagine how often he hears that.............

there has to be a reason its never happened............

other than the people that were dead by the end of the book everybody is still alive............

Donnie Brasco had a lot of issues(lawsuits, angry grand daughters) with some of the living mobsters they were portraying so maybe in the end it wouldn't be worth it just from that stand point..........

Capeci has wrote a lot of good books and is one of the best mob experts in the country, you almost know that he's been approached about a movie.........

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I was just watching inside the american mob on Netflix, learned a lot of sh*t.

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Mob capo (John D'Amato) k*lled for being gay. Similar to Vito from the Sopranos.

Fearing they would be the laughingstock of New York's underworld, a mafia turncoat testified in court Wednesday that he k*lled his mob boss because he engaged in gay s*x.
Anthony Capo, a former soldier for the New Jersey-based DeCavalcante family, which is often described as the real-life "Sopranos," said he k*lled John "Johnny Boy" D'Amato after finding out about his secret life, the New York Post reports.

"Nobody's gonna respect us if we have a gay homos*xual boss sitting down discussing La Cosa Nostra business," Capo told jurors in Manhattan federal court.







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Vito Genovese with his young protege Chin Gigante



Frank Costello



Toto Riina



Tommy Karate



Tony Spilotro and Geri Rosenthal, the real Nicky and Ginger from Casino


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 smokeytheblunt2 said
that would be cool as fu*k..........

Ive always dreamed about a Slavie Testa movie..........

by far my favorite mobster to learn about...........

him and the Gemini Twins..........
I had the Gemini Twins in my mind but idw to do a story about them without getting blessings but I was thinking of creating characters loosely based upon them in a fictional setting. I just feel like your knowledge is an invaluable resource so it has to get applied to something. Plus it would give us more artistic freedom when telling the story if it's fictitious. We can kind of edit the wack parts oit basically. Kind of like how training day did to the rampart scandals.

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we might not get to see Savie Testa make it to the big screen, but we'll see his father Phil in "The Irishman".........



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