Zakaria Mahboub

Zakaria Mahboub

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Lucky Luciano <3

Lucky Luciano <3

After Having Been Imprisoned Then Expelled From The United States, Lucky Luciano (Right), One Of The Leaders Of The Sicilian Mafia, Returned To Milan In 1947. From There, He Left For Naples To Form Contacts With The Corsicans Joe Renucci Adn The Francisci Brothers To Develop Networks For Heroin Trafficking In The Mediterranean. This Was The Period During Which The Great Criminals Of The United States Left As Expatriates To Sicily To Rebuild A New Mafia.

After Having Been Imprisoned Then Expelled From The United States, Lucky Luciano (Right), One Of The Leaders Of The Sicilian Mafia, Returned To Milan In 1947. From There, He Left For Naples To Form Contacts With The Corsicans Joe Renucci Adn The Francisci Brothers To Develop Networks For Heroin Trafficking In The Mediterranean. This Was The Period During Which The Great Criminals Of The United States Left As Expatriates To Sicily To Rebuild A New Mafia.

Frank Costello (1891-1973) Italian immigrant member of mafia, here on March 13, 1951.

Frank Costello (1891-1973) Italian immigrant member of mafia, here on March 13, 1951.

By the 1920s, Frank Costello had become close with mobsters "Lucky" Luciano and Meyer Lansky and operated in bootlegging and gambling circles.

By the 1920s, Frank Costello had become close with mobsters "Lucky" Luciano and Meyer Lansky and operated in bootlegging and gambling circles.

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1958: Italian-born New York City mafia boss Vito Genovese (1897 - 1969) sits and looks up as he examines a document.

1958: Italian-born New York City mafia boss Vito Genovese (1897 - 1969) sits and looks up as he examines a document.

Vito Genovese (1897-1969) mafioso known as Boss of the bosses, here when he arrived in New York in 1959.

Vito Genovese (1897-1969) mafioso known as Boss of the bosses, here when he arrived in New York in 1959.

Only photo I've ever seen of Vito Genovese and Chin Gigante together.

Only photo I've ever seen of Vito Genovese and Chin Gigante together.

Feb. 13, 1951: Full-length image of Italian-born gangster Frank Costello (Francesco Castiglia, 1891-1973) entering the Federal Building with his attorney, George Wolf (R), to participate in the Senate Crime Committee hearing, Washington, DC. At left is a photographer.

Feb. 13, 1951: Full-length image of Italian-born gangster Frank Costello (Francesco Castiglia, 1891-1973) entering the Federal Building with his attorney, George Wolf (R), to participate in the Senate Crime Committee hearing, Washington, DC. At left is a photographer.

Frank Costello  Costello was one of the most influential American mobsters he started his career New York City, New York, contributing heavily to the establishment of a major crime national crime syndicate Frank Costello. his sinister nickname Prime Minister of the Underworld

Frank Costello Costello was one of the most influential American mobsters he started his career New York City, New York, contributing heavily to the establishment of a major crime national crime syndicate Frank Costello. his sinister nickname Prime Minister of the Underworld