Genna Crime Family

Chicago's Sicilian Mafia, also known as the Genna crime family, was a Prohibition era crime family in Chicago, United States. From 1921 to 1925, the family was headed by the Genna brothers, known as the Terrible Gennas. The Sicilians operated from Chicago's Little Italy and maintained control over the Unione Siciliana. After a bloody war the led to their demise in the 1920s, the gang was eventually absorbed by the Chicago Outfit.

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