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Was Lucky Luciano a Rat For Cooperating With The Government?

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We're in the business of preserving the history of the Italian-American Mafia through On This Day Mafia Timelines, Videos, Quizzes and a Knowledge Base of facts.
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Little David Petillo was a gunslinger for Al Capone and one of the mobsters who was handed down a lengthy prison sentence alongside Lucky Luciano in 1936 for the infamous prostitution sting. Petillo also claimed the following: “Luciano left me to rot in prison while he got a ticket out with deportation back to Italy. That makes him a rat, for cooperating with the government”. Petillo came out in 1955, whilst Lucky, living up to his name…

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Vote for The Top 10 Most Gruesome Mob Murders of all Time

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We have brought you the most brutal hits of all time, but now we wanted to find out which you thought were the most gruesome hits of all time, whether its shocking images that have left an imprint in your mind, or stories of how they were disposed of.



Will The New Scarface Movie Be A Success? (POLL)

Casey McBride

Casey McBride

Lead editor at the NCS, Casey was the first blogger to set foot in the Social Club, and is the curator at Uncle Frank's Place, that little corner of the NCS dedicated to the discussion and preservation of the life and times of racketeer Frank Costello. Casey's philosophy is to specialize. "There is simply too much information for one person to know it all." he claims. "That's the beauty of the NCS. We have folks from all walks of life, all with different interests and expertise, and it's growing all the time."
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Tony Montana is one of Al Pacino’s most iconic roles, along with the likes of Michael Corelone and Frank Serpico. However, Scarface is on the verge of another remake, and whilst Al Pacino himself as stated that he is fine with the remake, stating that: It’s part of what we do. We remake things. Don’t forget the 1983 Scarface is a remake itself, the original release being back in 1932. The question is can this…