Mafia Commission

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Gambino Crime Family - Alliances With Other Criminal Groups
... Lucchese, and Vito Genovese began with a plot to take over the Mafia Commission by murdering family bosses Frank Costello and Albert Anastasia ... was arrested and Gambino assumed full control with Lucchese of the Mafia Commission ... Under Gambino and Lucchese, the Commission pushed Bonanno boss Joseph Bonanno out of power, triggering an internal war in that family ...
Lucchese Crime Family - Allied Criminal Groups
... between Tommy Lucchese, Carlo Gambino and Vito Genovese began with a plot to take over the Mafia Commission by murdering family bosses Frank Costello and Albert Anastasia ... of mob leaders in Upstate New York, Genovese lost a great deal of respect in the Commission ... Gambino and Lucchese assumed full control of the Mafia Commission ...
Michele Cavataio - Biography - First Mafia War
... Cavataio was one of the protagonists of the first Mafia War in 1962-63 ... The case was brought before the Mafia Commission, but disagreement on how to handle it led to a bloody conflict between clans allied with the Grecos ... Other Mafia families who resented the growing power of the Sicilian Mafia Commission to the detriment of individual Mafia families backed Cavataio ...
Anthony Salerno - Life - Genovese Front Boss
... On February 25, 1985, Salerno and eight other New York bosses on the "Mafia Commission" were indicted in the Mafia Commission Trial ... While awaiting the Mafia Commission trial, Salerno was indicted on March 21, 1986 in a second federal racketeering indictment ...

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