The American Mafia: The 5 Major New York City, United States of America Criminal Syndicates, the Etymology of “Mafia”, the Internal Code of Omerta, Concentrated Power During the Mafia’s Peak, American Gangster Al Capone Running His Criminal Empire Like a Corporation, Capone in Prison and His Death, and Federal Bureau of Investigation Director American John Edgar Hoover Denying Organized Crime in Las Vegas, United States of America

The 5 major crime families of New York City, New York are the Bonanno, Colombo, Gambino, Genovese, and Lucchese. The Federal Bureau of Investigation estimated that these families have collectively generated between $50,000,000,000 - $90,000,000,000 ($50 billion - $90 billion) within the past 60 - 75 years as of 2015. There are approximately 3000 members still alive and presently in the Italian mafia, in the US. Originating in Sicily, Italy, the term “mafia” means “brave man” or “braggart” in the...

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