Category: New York

‘Mad Dog’ Sullivan Dies Behind Bars At 77, Leaves Legacy Of A Mean, Lean Murder Machine

Per sources, accomplished east coast mob hit man Joe (Mad Dog) Sullivan passed away in prison over last weekend at 77 years old while serving a life sentence for a trio of first-degree homicides. Sullivan was a notorious gun for hire in the 1970s and early 1980s, used by more than one Italian crime family to do
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The Doctor Is In: NY Pagan’s MC Luminary ‘Doc’ Youmans Walks Free From Seven Years Behind Bars

New York biker gang leader Doug (Doc) Youmans was paroled from prison this month after serving almost seven years as a guest of the federal government for racketeering and narcotics trafficking. At the time of his arrest, the 54-year old Youmans was the vice president of the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club’s chapter in the Catskills Mountains.
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The 1960s Colombo Mob War Murder Timeline: ‘Crazy Joe’ Took On A Boss & Nothing Was Ever The Same Again

The first part of the 1960s brought with it the first Colombo crime family war in New York City, as the rogue Gallo brothers (“Crazy Joe,” Larry and Albert aka “Kid Blast”) challenged longstanding don Joe (The Olive Oil King) Profaci for power. Profaci was one of the New York mob’s founding fathers, helping transition to the
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The 1990s Colombo Mob War Murder Timeline: NYC Mafia Clan In Chaos As Jailed Don Fought Off Insurgence

In honor of former New York mobster Larry Mazza’s new book, The Life – A Brooklyn Boy Is Seduced Into The Dark World of The Mafia (purchase here), below is a hit-list timeline of the war that engulfed the Colombo crime family in the early 1990s and Mazza was on the frontlines of as the
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