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  • **FILE** Louis "Baby Shacks" Manocchio listens April 12, 1999, during his trial at Providence Superior Court in Providence, R.I. (Associated Press)

    Former New England mob boss gets 5½ years in R.I. strip club plot

    The former New England Mafia boss was sentenced Friday to 5½ years in prison for his role in the shakedown of Providence strip clubs, becoming the first ex-mob leader to be locked up in a case that has ensnared nine people described by prosecutors as having ties to organized crime.

  • Old Mafia file going on NY auction block

    It was an unlikely _ and coveted _ find: a thick United States government file discovered on the backseat of a New York City taxi, its pages containing mug shots, criminal associates and favorite hangouts of over 800 Mafia members during the 1950s and early 1960s. Such notorious figures as Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino, Meyer Lansky and Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania each had their own entries.

  • Feds put together a 'wiseguy' who's who

    It was an unlikely - and coveted - find: a thick United States government file discovered on the backseat of a New York City taxi, its pages containing mug shots, criminal associates and favorite hangouts of more than 800 Mafia members from the 1950s and early 1960s. Such notorious figures as Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino, Meyer Lansky and Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania each had their own entries.

  • Old Mafia sells at NY auction for nearly $11K

    It was an unlikely _ and coveted _ find: a thick United States government file discovered on the backseat of a New York City taxi, its pages containing mug shots, criminal associates and `favorite hangouts of over 800 Mafia members during the 1950s and early 1960s. Such notorious figures as Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino, Meyer Lansky and Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania each had their own entries.

  • Old Mafia file sells at NY auction for nearly $11K

    It was an unlikely _ and coveted _ find: a thick United States government file discovered on the backseat of a New York City taxi, its pages containing mug shots, criminal associates and favorite hangouts of over 800 Mafia members during the 1950s and early 1960s. Such notorious figures as Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino, Meyer Lansky and Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania each had their own entries.

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