Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss (June 11, 1906 – March 4, 1944) was a New York organized crime figure who was involved in drug trafficking and worked for the criminal organization known as Murder, Inc. during the 1930s and up to the time of his arrest in 1941.
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... Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, Mendy Weiss, Louis Capone and Philip ("Little Farvel") Cohen were indicted for the murder of candy-store owner Joe Rosen ... Lepke, Weiss and Capone were convicted on November 30, 1941 ... upheld the murder convictions of Lepke, Weiss and Capone in October 1942 on a 4–3 vote ...
... Edward Bird 1885 Hamburg 2= With Siegbert Tarrasch, Mason, Englisch and Max Weiss behind Isidor Gunsberg ahead of Mackenzie and 5 others. 1887 Frankfurt 2= With Weiss behind Mackenzie ahead of Curt von Bardeleben, Tarrasch and several others Zukertort could only finish 14= ... Metger, Alexander Fritz, von Minckwitz, Semyon Alapin, Max Harmonist, Emanuel Schiffers and George H ...
... Reles implicated Weiss and colleagues in this murder and helped police clear up numerous other unsolved murders as mob "hits" ... Fleeing to Kansas City, Weiss, under the name of James W ... In late 1941, Buchalter, Weiss and Capone stood trial by jury, in the Brooklyn courtroom of Judge Franklin Taylor, for the first-degree murder of Joseph Rosen ...
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“Begin with loss and see
how the world contradicts you,
how the horizon implies that beyond it
the water is not empty
but full of ships
all docking at another island.”
—Lynn Emanuel (b. 1949)