John DiFronzo - Wikipedia

John DiFronzo - Wikipedia

Peter DiFronzo (May 13, 1933) is the brother of John DiFronzo (reputed to be the leader of the Chicago Outfit) and supposedly a made man.[1] and Joseph and John DiFronzo. He is a habituate of Gene's Deli located at 2202 North Harlem Avenue Elmwood, Illinois that is also frequented by his brother John DiFronzo Sr. He stands at 5'8 and weighs 185 pounds. In 1965 he was arrested for interstate stolen property and served ten years in prison. He was featured in William F. Roemer Jr's "War of the…

Peter DiFronzo (May 13, 1933) is the brother of John DiFronzo (reputed to be the leader of the Chicago Outfit) and supposedly a made man.[1] and Joseph and John DiFronzo. He is a habituate of Gene's Deli located at 2202 North Harlem Avenue Elmwood, Illinois that is also frequented by his brother John DiFronzo Sr. He stands at 5'8 and weighs 185 pounds. In 1965 he was arrested for interstate stolen property and served ten years in prison. He was featured in William F. Roemer Jr's "War of the…

John DiFronzo is the current leader of the Chicago Outfit.  To this day, the Outfit has a strong influence from Al Capone.  He got the nickname “No Nose” because he sliced off part of his nose while jumping through a window during a 1949 clothing store burglary. DiFronzo is known for his dangerous temper. However, little information is available about his true personality. As of 2012, he continues to run the Chicago Outfit

John "No Nose" DiFronzo, car dealer and at semi-retired Chicago Outfit Boss

John DiFronzo being confronted by that jerk Chuck Goudie and his "I Team" from channel 7 ABC Chicago.     Goudie has NO respect for da privacy of people and thier families! John Drummond! Now there's a man's man!

John DiFronzo being confronted by that jerk Chuck Goudie and his "I Team" from channel 7 ABC Chicago. Goudie has NO respect for da privacy of people and thier families!

John difronzo chicago outfit boss leaving meeting at pizzeria

John difronzo chicago outfit boss leaving meeting at pizzeria

John DiFronzo around 2010.

Longtime Chicago mob boss John Difronzo, has aged quite considerably the last few years.

John DiFronzo with that jerk Joey Fosco. The fact that DiFronzo even was seen with this guy shows he's slippin'!

John DiFronzo with that jerk Joey Fosco. The fact that DiFronzo even was seen with this guy shows he's slippin'!

John DiFronzo (born December 13, 1928), known as John "No Nose" DiFronzo is a Chicago mobster and the reputed boss of the Chicago Outfit.

John DiFronzo (born December known as John "No Nose" DiFronzo is a Chicago mobster and the reputed boss of the Chicago Outfit.

Alleged Outfit associate convicted of extortion by federal jury  A longtime associate of reputed Outfit bosses Peter and John DiFronzo was convicted Monday of extortion for threatening a deadbeat suburban businessman and then hiring a team of goons to break the victim's legs months later when he still wouldn't pay up hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt.  http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-chicago-outfit-guilty-extortion-met-20150615-story.html

Alleged Outfit associate convicted of extortion by federal jury

Alleged Outfit Boss John DiFronzo and friend out to eat.

Alleged Outfit Boss John DiFronzo and friend out to eat.

Armando Fosco Sr. was former Secretary-Treasurer of Local 738 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.[3] According to FBI documents, the government believed Armando was a hit-man for the Chicago Outfit.[4] FBI Agents observed Armando working with Outfit heavyweight Ross Prio.[5] His wife, Gloria M. Nappi, was a blood relation to Outfit political fixer Romie J. Nappi.[6] In 2009, Armando’s son, Joseph Fosco, named Armando in a first of its kind civil RICO lawsuit against a mafia…

Armando Fosco Sr. was former Secretary-Treasurer of Local 738 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.[3] According to FBI documents, the government believed Armando was a hit-man for the Chicago Outfit.[4] FBI Agents observed Armando working with Outfit heavyweight Ross Prio.[5] His wife, Gloria M. Nappi, was a blood relation to Outfit political fixer Romie J. Nappi.[6] In 2009, Armando’s son, Joseph Fosco, named Armando in a first of its kind civil RICO lawsuit against a mafia…

Tony Accardo, Sam Giancanna, Joey the Clown Lombardo, Phil Alderisio, John DiFronzo, Marshall Caifano, Anthony Spilotro, Salvatore DeLaurentis, Gus Alex, Lenny Patrick, Angelo LaPietra. The above names, their pictures and video promulgated the news media during the 1960′s through the 1990′s. The people of Chicago knew who ran crime in their city. The public knew... <a href="http://www.chicagonow.com/interesting-chicago/2016/02/chicagos-best-kept-secret/" class="more-link">Read mo...

Tony Accardo, Sam Giancanna, Joey the Clown Lombardo, Phil Alderisio, John DiFronzo, Marshall Caifano, Anthony Spilotro, Salvatore DeLaurentis, Gus Alex, Lenny Patrick, Angelo LaPietra. The above names, their pictures and video promulgated the news media during the 1960′s through the 1990′s. The people of Chicago knew who ran crime in their city. The public knew... <a href="http://www.chicagonow.com/interesting-chicago/2016/02/chicagos-best-kept-secret/" class="more-link">Read mo...

Joseph Andriacchi With the rapidly declining mental and physical health of one of the most respected Outfit bosses that Chicago has seen since the death of Joseph Aiuppa in 1997, Chicago Outfit overlord Johnny “No Nose” DiFronzo has been replaced with Joseph "The Builder" Andriacchi. This is

Jan 2015 Joseph-Andriacchi CHICAGO MAFIA Family (Chicago Outfit) BOSS (elder statesman): Joseph Andriacchi/Johnny “No Nose” DiFronzo Street Boss: “Unknown” Possible Ruling Panel including – Albert Vena, Solly DeLaurentis, James Iandino ?

According to an FBI informant, Armand's was the place where Rosemont mayor Donald Stephens met with five important crimelords to discuss the mob's control over the Emerald Casino in 1999. Those five included Joey "The Clown" Lombardo, John "No Nose" DiFronzo, Peter DiFronzo, Joe "The Builder" Andriacchi, and Rudy Fratto. (Despite his name, "The Clown" was an especially ruthless guy -- he's currently in prison for his involvement in the Operation Family Secrets mob murders case.) The Emerald…

According to an FBI informant, Armand's was the place where Rosemont mayor Donald Stephens met with five important crimelords to discuss the mob's control over the Emerald Casino in 1999. Those five included Joey "The Clown" Lombardo, John "No Nose" DiFronzo, Peter DiFronzo, Joe "The Builder" Andriacchi, and Rudy Fratto. (Despite his name, "The Clown" was an especially ruthless guy -- he's currently in prison for his involvement in the Operation Family Secrets mob murders case.) The Emerald…

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