The Magnolia Mafia
The Magnolia Mafia (also known as Magnolia Cosa Nostra)

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The infamous Al
          Capone, convicted of income tax evasion by a team led by U.S.
          Attorney George E. Q. Johnson.
Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone (January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947), commonly nicknamed Scarface,

  The infamous Al Capone, convicted of income tax evasion by a team led by U.S. Attorney George E. Q. Johnson.


The Chicago Outfit, shortened to "the Outfit Bosses
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    * 1910–1920 — Giacomo Colosimo ("James," "Big Jim") (1877–1920)
    * 1920–1925 — John Torrio ("Johnny The Fox") (1882–1957)
    * 1925–1932 — Alphonse Capone ("Al," "Scarface") (1899–1947)
    * 1931–1943 — Francesco Nitto ("Frank Nitti") (1888–1943) Probably a figurehead under "Paul Ricca"
    * 1931–1947 — Felice DeLucia ("Paul 'The Waiter' Ricca") (1897–1972)
    * 1945–1957 — Antonino Accardo ("Tony," "Joe Batters," "The Big Tuna") (1906–1992) - Remained as top Outfit consigliere until his death and had final say on all major decisions
    * 1957–1966 — Salvatore Giancana ("Sam," "Momo," "Mooney") (1908–1975)
    * 1966–1967 — Samuel "Teets" Battaglia (1908–1973)
    * 1967–1969 — John Cerone ("Jackie the Lackey") (1914–1996)
    * 1969–1971 — Felix Alderisio ("Milwaukee Phil") (1912–1971)
    * 1971–1986 — Joseph John Aiuppa ("Joey Doves") (1907–1997)
    * 1986–1989 — Joseph Ferriola ("Joe Nagall") (1948–1989)
    * 1989–1993 — Samuel Carlisi (("Sam," "Wings")) (1914–1997)
    * 1993–2003 — John DiFronzo
    * 2003–2007 — James Marcello("Little Jimmy")
    * 2007–present — John DiFronzo

[edit] Members and associates

    * Jake Gusik ("Greasy Thumb")
    * Willie Bioff
    * Jack McGurn ("Machine Gun")
    * Pasqualino Lolordo ("Patsy")
    * Antonio Lombardo ("The Scourge")
    * Anthony Spilotro ("Tony the Ant")
    * John Roselli ("Handsome Johnny")
    * Jimmy Torello ("The Turk")
    * Fiore Buccieri ("Fifi")
    * Frank Buccieri ("The Horse")
    * Sam DeStefano ("Mad Sam")
    * William "Action" Jackson
    * Mario Anthony DeStefano
    * Louis Campagna ("Little New York")
    * Charles Gioe ("Cherry Nose")
    * Louis Fratto ("Cock Eyed")
    * Gus Alex ("Gussie")
    * Murray Humphreys ("The Camel")
    * William Daddano ("Willie Potatoes")


1936 NYPD mugshot of Lucky Luciano

1936 NYPD mugshot of Lucky Luciano
Charles "Lucky" Luciano (born Salvatore Lucania; November 24, 1897 – January 26, 1962) was a Sicilian mobster. Luciano is considered the father of modern organized crime and the mastermind of the massive postwar expansion of the international heroin trade. He is the first official boss of the modern Genovese crime family. 
TIME Magazine named Luciano among the top 20 most influential builders and titans of the 20th century.



A 1928 NYPD mugshot of Bugsy Siegel
A 1928 NYPD mugshot of Bugsy Siegel
In 1930, Lansky and Siegel built close ties to Charles "Lucky" Luciano and Frank Costello, both future bosses of the Genovese crime family. Siegel became a bootlegger and was also associated with Albert "Mad Hatter" Anastasia. Siegel was heavily involved in bootlegging operations in New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia. During the so-called Castellammarese War in 1930-1931, they finished the war by killing Sal Maranzano for Lucky Luciano; Luciano had eliminated Maranzano's rival and his own boss, Joe Masseria,ending the formal war, before having Maranzano murdered. Siegel reputedly had a hand in Maranzano's murder and later in the formation of Murder, Inc. In 1932, he was arrested for gambling and bootlegging but got off with only a fine. Lansky and Siegel assisted in Luciano's brief alliance with Dutch Schultz and killed rival loan sharks Louis "Pretty" Amberg and Joseph Amberg in 1935.
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Michael Trigger Mike Coppola
Born in 1904, Coppola entered the ranks of the New York mafiosi during Prohibition and quickly gained a reputation as a sadistic and violent gunman. By the end of the Castellammarese War, Coppola was a high ranking member of Charles "Lucky" Luciano's organization. In 1936, Luciano went to prison on prostitution charges and underboss Vito Genovese fled to Italy to avoid a murder charge. Coppola was left in charge of the Luciano crime family's criminal operations. These operations, including a monopoly on New York's artichoke supply and Harlem's numbers racket, grossed worth over $1,000,000 a year.



Francesco Castiglia
Francesco Castiglia

Frank Costello, born Francesco Castiglia (January 26, 1891 - February 18, 1973) was a New York gangster who rose to the top of America's underworld, controlled a vast gambling empire across the United States and enjoyed political influence like no other La Cosa Nostra boss.

Nicknamed the "Prime Minister of the Underworld," he became one of the most powerful and influential Mafia bosses in American history, eventually leading a criminal organization dubbed by law enforcement as the "Rolls-Royce of organized crime", the Luciano crime family (later called the Genovese crime family).



Vito Genovese
Vito Genovese

Vito "Don Vito" Genovese (November 27, 1897 – February 14, 1969) was a mafioso who rose to power in America during the Castellammarese War to later become leader of the Genovese crime family. Genovese served as mentor to many future mob bosses including Vincent "The Chin" Gigante, 4th cousin Michael "Mike the Pipe" Genovese and Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino. He is also a relative of Thomas Genovese.

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