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Vic Orena former street boss of the colombo family

Colombo Crime Family Leadership Chart - New York Mafia

Gambino Crime Family Official Boss: Peter "One Eyed Pete/Petey Boy/One Eye/Cyclops" Gotti (Jailed) Acting Boss: Francesco "Frank/Franky.

Gennaro Adriano Langella (December 30, 1938 – December 15, 2013) also known as "Gerry Lang", was a member of the Colombo crime family who eventually became underboss and acting boss. Died in prison after receiving a 75 year prison stretch during the commission case.

Gennaro Adriano Langella (December 1938 – December also known as "Gerry Lang", was a member of the Colombo crime family who eventually became underboss and acting boss. Died in prison after receiving a 75 year prison stretch during the commission case.

Carmine Persico, also known as "Junior" or "The Snake" has been the boss of the Colombo crime family since 1973. Persico originally was working with the Gallo brothers in the Profaci crime family when he decided to change sides and kill one of the Gallo brothers. He unfortunately failed leading the Gallo brothers to come after him also unsuccessfully. After Joe Colombo took over the Profaci crime family, he named Persico a capo while he served time in jail for extortion. After being in and…

Carmine Persico, also known as "Junior" or "The Snake" has been the boss of the…

John "Sonny" Franzese, Sr. (born February 6, 1917 Naples),[1] is an Italian-born American longtime member and current underboss of the Colombo crime family. He is currently the oldest federal prisoner in the United States.[2] Arguably, Franzese has been famous as the current oldest active member of the American Mafia. Franzese is listed as an associate producer of the 2002 film This Thing of Ours, which stars James Caan.

John "Sonny" Franzese, Sr. (born February 6, 1917 Naples),[1] is an Italian-born American longtime member and current underboss of the Colombo crime family. He is currently the oldest federal prisoner in the United States.[2] Arguably, Franzese has been famous as the current oldest active member of the American Mafia. Franzese is listed as an associate producer of the 2002 film This Thing of Ours, which stars James Caan.

Michael Franzese (born May 27, 1951) is a former New York mobster and captain of the Colombo crime family who was heavily involved in the gasoline tax rackets in the 1980s. Since then, he has publicly renounced organized crime, created a foundation for helping youth, and became a motivational speaker.

Michael Franzese (born May is a former New York mobster and captain of…

John "Sonny" Franzese, a gangster's gangster, has been a member of the Colombo crime family for more than 50 years (as of mid-2010, the FBI listed the 93-year-old hoodlum as underboss of the New York-based Mafia outfit). Franzese is pictured above in a U.S. Marshals Service booking photo snapped after one of his many arrests.

John "Sonny" Franzese, a gangster's gangster, has been a member of the Colombo crime family for more than 50 years (as of the FBI listed the hoodlum as underboss of the New York-

Vincenzo "Vinny" Aloi (born September 22, 1933) is a New York City mobster…

Vincenzo "Vinny" Aloi (born September is a New York City mobster involved in stock fraud who briefly served as the acting boss of the Colombo crime family.

John "Sonny" Franzese, Sr. (born February 6, 1917 Naples),[1] is an Italian-born American longtime member and current underboss of the Colombo crime family. He is currently the oldest federal prisoner in the United States.[2] Arguably, Franzese has been famous as the current oldest active member of the American Mafia. Franzese is listed as an associate producer of the 2002 film This Thing of Ours, which stars James Caan.

John "Sonny" Franzese - he's alive, plus he's the oldest and still active member…

Franzese also told Fatato that he put nail polish on his fingertips before a murder to avoid leaving fingerprints at the crime scene. Franzese also suggested wearing a hairnet during the murder so as to avoid leaving any hair strands at the crime scene. Finally, Franzese stressed the importance of properly dealing with the corpse. His procedure was to dismember the corpse in a kiddie pool, dry the severed body parts in a microwave oven, and then run the parts through garbage disposal.

By David Amoruso John “Sonny” Franzese is an old school gangster walking around in a world that has changed significantly since when he first started committi…

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