Category: East Coast

Philly Mob’s Sicilian Phase Was Quite A Mess: The John Stanfa Era Hit List (1990-1994)

Sicilian-born Mafioso John Stanfa came to the United States in the 1970s and was placed by New York’s Gambino crime family in the Philadelphia mob under don Angelo Bruno. Stanfa was acting as Bruno’s driver on the night he was assassinated in March 1980. The Gambinos installed Stanfa as boss of the Bruno-Scarfo crime family
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The Godfather Of Grand Avenue Is Gone: Chicago Mafia Power Joey The Clown Dies In Prison At 90

October 21, 2019 – There hasn’t been much to laugh about for Chicago mob legend Joey (The Clown) Lombardo the last 15 years or so. Lombardo, 90, passed away in prison over the weekend, nearly a decade and a half into his life sentence for the 1974 gangland slaying of mafia associate Danny Seifert, a
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Mobster Ronnie Turchi Took Last Ride In October ’99, Turned Up Trunk Music In S. Philly Mafia Saga

October 20, 2019 — Deposed Philadelphia mob administrator Ronnie Turchi was killed 20 years ago this week, allegedly the first hit of the Joseph (Uncle Joe) Ligambi mafia era in the City of Brotherly Love. Turchi had been the Bruno-Scarfo crime family’s consigliere from 1994 to when he was demoted in 1997. Ligambi led the
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Killing The Competition: Washington D.C.’s “Murder Inc.” Hit List (1989-1999)

Kevin (K-Rock) Gray ran the menacing “Murder, Inc.” enforcement wing of the colossal Washington D.C. drug empire built by Rayful Edmond and then taken over by Rodney (The Great Rasoo) Moore in the late 1980s. Murder, Inc., named after the New York mafia’s notorious hit squad of the pre WWII era, painted the streets of
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