Transcript: Charles "Lucky" Luciano made la costra nostra his juvinile years began in 1907 secret criminalorginization mainly in the u.s and italy how did it start? main groups he moved to the u.s on 1906 sicillian who were the main leaders? http://www.history.com/videos/omerta-code-of-la-cosa-nostra#omerta-code-of-la-cosa-nostra camorra/nepolian gambling Charles Luciano he was on FBI's most wanted luciano died on 1962 by a heart attack each 25,000 total members Mafia la costra nostra started it drug dealing what is it? he was beleived to be the most powerfull man in organized crime territory war between Italy an french
Transcript: The Mafia is a criminal syndicate that emerged in the mid-nineteenth century in Sicily, Italy. Each group also known as a family and clans control parts of cities and towns witch there main criminal business is protection racketeering, extortion, bootlegging liquor, smuggling, and loan sharking Leaders of the mafia saw the United States as big chance to earn more money and get stronger. During the late nineteenth century many mafia members were went over seas to America with many italian immigrants. code of silence and secrecy that forbids mafiosi from betraying their comrades to the authorities. The penalty for transgression is death, and relatives of the turncoat may also be murdered. Mafiosi generally do not associate with police (aside perhaps from corrupting individual officers as necessary). For instance, a mafioso will not call the police when he is a victim of a crime. He is expected to take care of the problem himself. To do otherwise would undermine his reputation as a capable protector of others. http://www.history.com/videos/omerta-code-of-la-cosa-nostra#omerta-code-of-la-cosa-nostra Notable Mafia Members *Vito Cascioferro *Calogero Vizzini *Giuseppe Genco Russo *Michele Navarra *Al Capone *Luciano Leggio What is Mafia Ranks in the Mafia Omertà By:Jacob Beyer The Mafia Ranks of Mafia History
Transcript: By.Kenny and Ethan The Mafia is organized criminal organizations of Italian or Sicilian heritage. The Mafia was a gang made of many different families, that at sometimes fought each other in bloody gang wars. The Mafia was known for smuggling beer, wine, and hard alcohol all over the country. People in mafias usually wore fedoras to look threatening. Men in mafias and a lot of other men wore double-breasted jackets. The jackets also had padded off shoulders that attracted men to buy them. The Mafia used all kinds of weapons. From the Tommy gun, to the Spring Grease. They even used the old fashion baseball bat to beat people. Tommy gun The Tommy Gun was used as a hand held machine gun that shot 1,200rpm (rounds per minute). The Tommy gun was favored by soldiers,police,civilians, and the mafia. Spring Grease The Spring Grease is a sub machine gun that destroys anything in its path. Shoots 150 fps (feet per second). The Spring grease was made to replace the .45 caliber Thompson series. Baseball bat The baseball bat was used in up close and personal fights(melee) The mafia also used baseball bats to beat secrets out of people. They fought anyone who trespassed on their property. They killed other gangs who served a threat or who attacked them before. They got money by threatening business. They needed money to bribe the police in case they got caught for smuggling drugs. www.google.com www.prisonoffenders.com www.onewal.com www.howstuffworks.com Thanks for listening, bye! Weaponry Sources What did the mafia do to defend their territory? What was the Mafia? What did the Mafia wear? MAFIA
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Transcript: Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, who was performing at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City, was being blackmailed by the Black Hand, which wanted money in exchange for his life. Assassination of William McKinley Take It Or Leave It Stephen Caracappa was born in 1942. He worked as a part of the NYPD's organized crime homicide unit. He was promoted to the rank of detective in 1979. Corruption In 1903, he arrested Vito on suspicion of murder. Bad Cops Petrosino still left on his mission as scheduled, under the impression that the Sicilian Mafia would not kill a policeman, Just as the American Mafia did not. Lieutenant Giuseppe "Joseph" Petrosino Murder of James Hydell Murder of Nicholas Guido Murder of John “Otto” Heidel Murder of John Doe Murder of Anthony DiLapi Murder of Bruno Facciolo Murder of Edward Lino Murder of Bartholomew Boriello Murder Conspiracy of Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano Racketeering Extortion Obstruction of Justice In the 1990's, Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa retired from the NYPD and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. However, the two were still involved in Mafia activities, conspiring to murder Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano after he testified against the boss of the Gambino crime family, John Gotti. The Beginning Stephen Caracappa: Beginning In December of 1908, Petrosino was promoted to lieutenant of the Italian Squad... Petrosino was born in Padula, a small province of Salerno, in 1860 In 1874, the Petrosino family emigrated to America Joseph then joined the NYPD in 1883 1895, Roosevelt promoted him to detective sergeant in charge of the department's Homicide Division Busted! The Black Hand and Enrico Caruso A Fatal Error Good Cop Louis Eppolito was born on July 22nd, 1948 in Brooklyn New York. His father was Ralph Eppolito, a member of the Gambino crime family. His uncle, James Eppolito and cousin James Eppolito Jr. were also made members of the Gambino family, so he was introduced to the Mafia lifetyle early in life. He applied to the NYPD in 1969, omitting the fact that he was related to any known members of organized crime, and he was eventually promoted to the rank of detective. Fighting Against the MAFIA Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa ...an elite corps of Italian-American detectives assembled for the sole purpose of dealing with the criminal activities of organizations such as the Mafia Against corruption Against organized crime Against injustice Petrosino convinced Caruso to help the Italian Squad find those responsible for the blackmailing. Working with the Mafia ...While waiting for the informant to arrive, Petrosino was shot to death by Mafia Assassins. In the end, Petrosino died doing what he though was right- fighting against the Mob Over 250,000 citizens attended his funeral service Today, Joseph Petrosino is listed as an NYPD angel A small plaza just north of the old NYPD Headquarters at 240 Centre Street in Manhattan was renamed in his memory Petrosino's investigations into Mafia activities led him to Don Vito Cascioferro. On March 12, 1909, after arriving in Palermo, Petrosino received a message from someone claiming to be an informant, asking the detective to meet him in the city's Piazza Marina to give him information about the Mafia... Louis Eppolito: Beginning While working with the Italian Squad, Petrosino infiltrated the anarchist organization responsible for the assassination of King Umberto I of Italy During this mission, he received evidence that the group planned to assassinate President McKinley as well He in formed the secret service, but the president did not believe his story Vice President at the time, Roosevelt spoke highly of the knowledge of Petrosino and bade the President listen to the warning MiKinley disregarded the advice and was killed by Leon Czolgosz during his visit to Buffalo's Pan-American Exposition on September 6, 1901 Eppolito and Caracappa were arrested in 2005. They were charged with counts of racketeering, obstruction of justice, extortion, and eight counts of murder. All of their appeals were overturned and both men were sentenced to life in prison. In the end, Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa are going to be spending the rest of lives behind bars because they chose to use their NYPD badges to work with the Mafia rather than against it. The money they gained certainly must have made it seem appealing at the time, but the imprisonment along with the over four million dollar fines as part of their sentence truly prove that crime doesn't pay. In 1909, Petrosino made plans to travel to Italy after the Don. Police Forces Siding With The MAFIA In 1986, Eppolito and Caracappa kidnapped James Hydell, an associate of the Gambino crime family to be murdered by Casso as retaliation for an attempt on his life. They also had a hand in the murder of Bruno Facciolo. Facciolo was lured to a garage and killed by Louis Daidone, Eppolito, and Caracappa because Eppolito and Caracappa reported that Facciolo was an informant.
Transcript: Group 4 presents... The Mafia and Mobsters by: Kate Hoinacki Mohammed Hamdi Alex Hartung Teasia Lee and Trelonda Lewis Introduction The mafia is a criminal syndicate originating from Sicily in Italy. It is defined as an association of criminal groups sharing organizational structure and code of conduct. Each group claims a territory such as a town of a city where it operates its rackets. Who are these Mafias ? The idea of how the Italian-American Mafia works. The mafias victims assume they do not exist for the sake of their own lives and well-being. Powerful mafias are aligned with politicians and public officials. They also get involved with a lot more crime. Kidnapping gambling Murders Etc. Importance of the Mafia They protect those who under their territorial control. They act as money lenders where the banks refuse to lend money to small and medium sized businesses. They also provide employment in their businesses. Justifiability of the Existence of the Mafia Their existence is not justifiable. They are involved in crimes. They threaten the peace of those in their control area and the U.S.A at large. They commit very heinous crimes like cold-blood killings and drug trafficking. They participate in money laundering so to hide proceeds from their criminal activities. The Mafias are Powerful They contribute to the U.S.A economy since they generate earnings of 178.9 billion dollars annually. They corrupt people in authority hence have the government’s support. They have control over labor unions as they form their own unions or place someone from their mafia organization to be on he lookout. They can only be defeated or controlled if a body as lethal as it is established. For example: SOS impresa in Italy was formed to control the effect the mafias were having on people. Al Capone America's best known gangster and the single greatest symbol of the collapse of law and order in the United States during the 1920s leading role in the illegal activities that lent Chicago its reputation as a lawless city. Most famous killing was the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. The Godfather Mario Puzo’s movie ‘The Godfathers’, gives people an idea of how the Italian American mafia ran their affairs and how ruthless they could be. The mafias are so ruthless thus their victims and those around them assume they do not exist so that they are able to get through another day alive. Civil and Criminal cases show that they indeed exist. According to history, Calabrian Ndrangheta and Sicilian Cosa Nostra are the most powerful and largest mafia associations. Mafia Rankings Conclusion The mafia is a powerful and will not be eradicated easily. They seem to be above the law. There is a reason why they still exist after years of formation. Work Cited THANK YOU THE END http://www.chicagohs.org/history/capone/cpn2.html http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/organizedcrime/italian_mafia
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Transcript: Mafia Lynched Mafia Lynched Villager dies Mafia lynched Lynch between cops No one dies Mafia Kills Blue Dies Mafia Lynched Mafia TOWN WINS Blue Lynched Villager killed by Mafia, RL CC NL Doc dies Doc dies, RL Mafia does kill MAFIA WINS Doc Dies Blue Lynched CC No one dies Cop dies TOWN WINS Blue Lynched No CC Mafia Lynched Doc whispers to clear and clear outs Cop Lynched Glossary TOWN WINS MAFIA WINS Mafia NK No one dies MAFIA WINS Mafia Lynched MAFIA WINS Mafia Lynched RL Cop claims Mafia doesn't kill Doc leads RL No CC Lynch between Docs Doc Lynched Blue Lynched Doc dies, RL Doc or Blue Dies MAFIA WINS MAFIA WINS Blue Lynched MAFIA WINS Doc Claims No CC Mafia lynched
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