Small Quarto. ix, 60 pages, illustrations. When the peaceful community of Apalachin, New York had a gathering in 1957 of over 100 crime warlords, it led to a series of conferences culminating in this one which detailed (see charts on page 26-27) of the Masseria Group, led by Giuseppe Masseria and his lieutenants, Alfred Mineo and Steve Ferrigno. When Maseria was murdered by Salvatore C. Lucania [Lucky Luciano] in 1962, it brought on Vito Genovese and alignments with Albert Anastasia, Carlo Gambino and others listed as underbosses. Almost as notorious was the Maranzano Group headed by Salvator Maranzano whose underlings included Joseph Bonanno, Joseph Columbo, and Gaetano Lucchese. Here they are identified in their exact relationships along with the attempts at the Crime Commission to dismantle them with identification, investigation and interplay of government agencies. Bound in pictorial stiff paper wraps, a couple of letters in ink to front cover. A good copy and quite interesting to see the family tree of these known organized crime members. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Combatting Organized Crime; a Report of the ...
Publisher: Office of the Counsel to the Governor
Publication Date: 1966
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