Original photo of Brooklyn mobsters Larry Gallo and Albert "Kid Blast" Gallo. They are brothers of Crazy Joey Gallo. They were in the Gambino family and were at war with the Profaci's in Brooklyn in the 60's. This original photograph was taken outside the Supreme Court in Brooklyn. It was taken by Ira Rosenberg who was a staff photographer for the New York World -Telegram and Sun on October 25, 1965.
Nicholas “Nicky” Rizzo (Born 1927) is a soldier in the Colombo Crime Family. According to mob expert Jerry Capeci, Rizzo is a feared and respected mobster in the Colombo Crime Family, who became a millionaire from legit and not so legit sources and enjoyed a lengthy career in the mob while staying out of the limelight. In addition to his thriving loanshark business, Rizzo has been a pretty successful venture capitalist over the years. He has owned a gas station, used car lot, a pizza parlor…
Reputed New York gangster released from prison at age 100
Franzese has been in and out of prison for much of his adult life, having been granted parole by the U.S. Bureau of Prisons at least six times, Newsday reported. Federal prison officials could not be reached immediately to confirm his release or details of his criminal record. Franzese was acquitted
1938, Antonio Colombo's corpse found in his Pontiac. His mistress Christina Oliveri was also murdered. Joseph Colombo's dad was an early Profaci soldier, mainly into extortion and robbery. Colombo associate and later turncoat, Joseph Cantalupo, claimed that his dick was cut off and shoved in his mouth. Reason for the double murder was messing with the wife of another mobster. Alleged murderer was Salvatore Musacchio aka Sally The Sheik.
Joseph (Joe D) DiGorga, a Colombo Crime Family associate and longtime ally of legendary Mobster John “Sonny” Franzese was sentenced in 2011 to 51 months in prison for shaking down the Hustler and Penthouse strip joints in midtown. The Hustler club was forced to hire DiGorga, 70, as a $2,000-a-month “consultant” under a 10-year-contract. Defense lawyer Raymond Colon said DiGorga had expertise hiring go-go dancers.