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Al Capone's Cell at Eastern State Penitentiary in Pennsylvania. Chicago’s most famous mob boss spent eight months at Eastern State in 1929-1930.  His time in Eastern State was spent in relative luxury. His cell on the Park Avenue Block had fine furniture, oriental rugs, and a cabinet radio.

Al Capone's Cell at Eastern State Penitentiary in Pennsylvania. Chicago’s most famous mob boss spent eight months at Eastern State in 1929-1930. His time in Eastern State was spent in relative luxury. His cell on the Park Avenue Block had fine furniture, oriental rugs, and a cabinet radio.

John (Otto) Heidel Killed Oct. 8, 1987 Member of a burglary ring known as the Bypass Gang was marked for death by Casso after Mafia cops confirm he was an informant secretly taping conversations. Heidel, 30, was gunned down while changing a car tire on E. 35th St. in Brooklyn.

John (Otto) Heidel Killed Oct. 8, 1987 Member of a burglary ring known as the Bypass Gang was marked for death by Casso after Mafia cops confirm he was an informant secretly taping conversations. Heidel, 30, was gunned down while changing a car tire on E. 35th St. in Brooklyn.

There are few photos of Stefano Magaddino available, and this is a rare one of the smiling Mafia leader. He looks like he could be anyone’s grandpa. Courtesy New York Daily News.

There are few photos of Stefano Magaddino available, and this is a rare one of the smiling Mafia leader. He looks like he could be anyone’s grandpa. Courtesy New York Daily News.

Prison photo of john carneglia , Ernest abbamonte , frank locascio and Joey testa

Prison photo of john carneglia , Ernest abbamonte , frank locascio and Joey testa

The body of Ernest "The Hawk" Rupolo washed ashore riddled with bullets.Ernest "the Hawk" Rupolo (1908 – August 24, 1964) was a low-level New York mobster and hitman for the Luciano crime family, now the Genovese crime family. Rupolo would later turn informant and testify against then-capo and future boss Vito Genovese.

The body of Ernest "The Hawk" Rupolo washed ashore riddled with bullets.Ernest "the Hawk" Rupolo (1908 – August 24, 1964) was a low-level New York mobster and hitman for the Luciano crime family, now the Genovese crime family. Rupolo would later turn informant and testify against then-capo and future boss Vito Genovese.

Charles "Lucky" Luciano, nacido como Salvatore Lucania fue un mafioso italoestadounidense. Se le considera el padre del crimen organizado estadounidense por el establecimiento de la primera Comisión.

Charles "Lucky" Luciano, nacido como Salvatore Lucania fue un mafioso italoestadounidense. Se le considera el padre del crimen organizado estadounidense por el establecimiento de la primera Comisión.

John Linardi aka Chut (1908-1993) was a bit of a mafia enigma to the feds. The NY born mobster was listed in two families: Gambino and Lucchese, as a soldier. He did have a crime sheet that mentions narcotics violations, assault, robbery, homicide and policy. He was considered a bookie and policy operator and he was part of a large heroin distribution ring. Other mobsters he was associated with were: Patsy Pagano, Angelo Tuminaro, John Ormento, Tony Mirra and Sammy Santora.

John Linardi aka Chut (1908-1993) was a bit of a mafia enigma to the feds. The NY born mobster was listed in two families: Gambino and Lucchese, as a soldier. He did have a crime sheet that mentions narcotics violations, assault, robbery, homicide and policy. He was considered a bookie and policy operator and he was part of a large heroin distribution ring. Other mobsters he was associated with were: Patsy Pagano, Angelo Tuminaro, John Ormento, Tony Mirra and Sammy Santora.

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