Obviously, 15-20 guys from a street gang taking on the mob wouldn't get far in the process. I'm from Norway, so I don't know much about street gangs in NY. But my question contained a slightly different scenario. Not saying it will happen, just asking what if. Anyway, Westside gave me the answer I was looking for.
Do you rember ever reading ....how the Italian immigrants to America were considered mustache petes greaseball dago wops who did construction and NOTHING ELSE? Laborers and mechanics and gangsters thats it thats all. Their gangs numbered in the 1000s'/..............................
THE ONLY REASON AMERICAN gangs exist is because of Italians ----
Faciulina wrote:You seem to brush street gangs with the same paint, here in the United States we have very violent street gangs compared to Europe's street gangs that aren't on the same level as U.S street gangs. The people running those street gangs aren't 18 year olds but are grown men that use young adults to do the dirty work like the Italian-American mafias. Not all gangs are small some are pretty large like Chicago's GDs for example or MS13. Street gangs kill a lot of people in the U.S every year, compared to Europe where gangs aren't much of an issue like in the United States. I don't think the Mafia wants the heat the street gangs will bring to them if they somehow got in a war and in jail the Mafia has no chance unless they go into protected custody, it's just not worth it. Wasn't there a mini war going between the 67 Crips and the Rizzuto family months ago???
how many members could have a single street gangs? honestly, not more than 20 in my opinion... bloods crips ms-13 or latin kings have small groups in some blocks of a few city but they are not an unique organization they are disorganized and small... in new york and eastern coast there is not any significant street gangs nor in prison nor outside, in europe the street gangs are a total joke
the war in montreal is still a mystery nobody knows exactly what's going on there... it's sure an internal war anyway
Like I said you clearly have no idea of how violent U.S street gangs or anything about them, I can tell you aren't from the United States. Street gangs can go in up to 1,000s
Faciulina wrote:Like I said you clearly have no idea of how violent U.S street gangs or anything about them, I can tell you aren't from the United States. Street gangs can go in up to 1,000s
1.000 members a single street gang? LOL it''s BS, maybe the members of dozens different gangs combined
these people barely are able to control a couple dozens guys and a few blocks
mayugastank wrote:does the LCN consider themselves white?
mayugastank wrote:Either he lied to his daughter or he lied to LCN because they are incompatible! He told his daughter in front of the court that he was done with the life. That oarth must carry some extreme semblances because it seem some men will throw away the very lifeblood for it. While others break the oath those that accept and acknowledge it are far more numerous. I guess the oath means more then the Godfather or the Capo or the higher up because in the bonanos Amato refused to cooperate and took his punishement like a man even though Massino was telling on him............liek Ive said before the Italians must get there respect for really showing modern man how to actually behave like a man. Italians really beyond mafias and gangs have showed the world moral values that define what we know as masculinity and honor. More I read about the culture the more fascinated I become.
Pauliewalnuts wrote:1) Is it true that Bellomo became a made man when he was 20? If so, why do you think they inducted him in at that young age?
2) You got any recent info on Dominick Cirillo?
3) A lot of different info out there regarding when the mob opened the books for the last time. 1975, 76, 77. Do you have a reliable source? Do you know when and where John Gotti was made?
4) I couldn't find the picture of the gambino capos in 1990, but there's a guy there with glasses and looks like he's got a mohawk hair cut. Do you know who that is?
Pauliewalnuts wrote:1) Yeah, Mosca was the guy;) I googled his name but only a short article on wikipedia came up. Is he still alive? I haven't heard anything about him ever. Do you have any supplementary info on him?
2) What do you predict will be the outcome of Vincent Bascianos' trial? At least he seems to be on friendly terms with the judge, all that tie borrowing and such:)
3) When you say high profile mobsters are being watched very closely when released from jail, do you mean a 24/7 tail? Is there any way to cope in LCN with that kind of heat? Is it common that all administration members have that heavy surveillance on them?
4) Do you know the background for the foiled assassination atempt on Robert DeCicco in 2007?
Again, your answers are not taken for granted.
Pauliewalnuts wrote:I sent an email to gangstersinc a couple of days ago. Still no answer but no rush;)
1) About the Frederick Weiss hit, who actually committed it? I've read some articles which identify gambino capo Louis Vallario, others say Anthony Palermo and James Gallo killed him.
2) When you watch the sopranos, you see money like 50-60 grand and more being given away/ spent all the time. I realize the show is fiction, but do capos and higher ups usually always have that kind of cash? What is an avarage capo's earnings in a year? It may be a weird question, but hey I'm curious.
3) There's a guy with John Gotti Sr in many pictures taken during all of his trials. In one of them, he gives the guy a "punch" on the nose. Do you know who the guy is?
4) About the famous Gambino family administration picture you posted, there's a couple of more guys unfamiliar to me. Who are the guys left and right for Robert Bisaccia? Left for George Decicco? The three guys left for Louis Vallario? Don't overtrouble yourself with this question.
5) Some sources say the Decavalcante family operates mainly in Elizabeth. Others say they operate in many counties and cities. Got any clue?
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