Santo Trafficante, Jr. (November 15, 1914 – March 17, 1987) was one of the last of the old-time Mafia bosses in the United States. He allegedly controlled organized criminal operations in Florida and Cuba, which had previously been consolidated from several rival gangs by his father, Santo Trafficante, Sr. Reputedly the most powerful mafioso in Batista-era Cuba, he never served time in a United States prison.
Salvatore Lo Piccolo Salvatore Lo Piccolo, también conocido como el Barón, es un mafioso siciliano y uno de los jefes más poderosos de la Cosa Nostra de Palermo, Sicilia.
Giuseppe "Clutch Hand" Morello (May 2, 1867 - Aug 15, 1930), also known as "The Old Fox", first boss of Morello crime family & later top adviser to Giuseppe Masseria. He was famous for having a one-fingered deformed right hand that resembled a claw. In the 1890s, he founded a gang known as 107th Street Mob & which would later evolve into Morello crime family. Today Morello crime family is known as Genovese crime family & is oldest of Five Families in New York City.
Born in Chicago, Illinois on May 24, 1908 to Sicilian immigrant parents, Sam Giancana started out as a wheelman for Al Capone and worked his way to the top of Chicago's illegal gambling operations. He had many ties with politicians, including the Kennedys, and was called to testify regarding Mafia involvement in a CIA plot to assassinate Castro. Giancana himself was killed before giving testimony.
LOUIS "LEPKE" BUCHALTER Feb. 6, 1897 Death: Mar. 4, 1944 Organized Crime Figure. He was a Jewish Mob boss who operated in the New York City, New York Garment District in the 1930s and 1940s, and was a close associate of mafia boss Lucky Luciano. He was part of the Murder Incorporated a group of professional killers