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    The Bonanno Crime Family

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    One of the most well-known and infamous organized crime families in the history of the United States is the Bonanno crime family. The Bonanno Italian mafia crime family’s origins go back to the beginning, in Sicily. In 1908 Salvatore Bonanno moved his family to New York. There he quickly took over the Bonanno-Magaddino-Bonventre clan and ran all business in the neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Later he returned to Sicily and died of a heart attack in 1915. The clan went through several leaders until in 1927 the Castellammarese War broke out between the two rival criminals in New York, the Castellammarese Clan was hijacking liquor shipments from Giuseppe “Joe the Boss”(Editors, 2015) Masseria the boss Genovese Crime Family (members of…

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    breathlessness more often. At first she thought she may be not fit enough so she started walking and moderate exercises and healthy eating pattern. Her symptoms not get any better with same so she decided to see the doctor. After few weeks her test results back and revealed that she had third stage of lung cancer. At first she or her family couldn’t believe the news. She was in a denial stage and thought its only mild breathlessness. Mary decided to take alternative therapy like multivitamins,…

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    different, one after all cannot measure pain.(Doka 1996). The trauma experienced is inescapable. The process of communication allows for the formal and informal transmission of information about the event from one source to another. Social support is good in aiding bereaved people. This allows the bereaved to work out their grief both emotionally and verbally (Sanders 1989). Some therapist even family members believe that Medicine is necessity. Using antidepressants for grievers is not…

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    Organized crime is criminal structures created by individuals to support the collaborative pursuit of specific goals. This research paper discusses the criminal structure, answering issues on how organized crime are structured, and how these structures lead to criminal activity and financial gains. The structure itself is divided into entrepreneurial, associational, and quasi-governmental. These three structures address the needs of access to resources, criminal behaviour ideology, social status…

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    The Bonanno Crime Report

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    At the time of Motanga's alleged rise to boss, a March 2009 article in the New York Post claimed that the Bonanno family consisted of approximately around 130 non-imprisoned "made"(Editors, 2015) members. Montagna was shortly then deported to Canada in April 2009 which left the family to create a ruling board of members until a new boss could be chosen. They chose to not follow any orders from Vincent Basciano since he was appointed by Massino who had turned rat to the FBI. They could no longer…

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    The Italian American Mafia

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    this took decades to accomplish. Organized crime is when there is a structure of people trying to gain money illegally and people are getting money to do so. In 1970, the US Congress began the Organized Control Act of 1970. The main influence of this act was RICO. RICO stands for Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations. This basically means it is illegal to receive money for doing illegal activities. If there was any proof someone was receiving money this way they were automatically sent…

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    Witness Protection is protection of a threatened witness or any person involved in the justice system, including defendants and other clients, before, during, and after a trial usually by police. Membership in the witness protection program is typically for life, and usually begins with a visit from U.S. marshals, whether anticipated or not. While many of the witnesses and their family members have time to make the decision and prepare for their new lives, others are forced to choose rather…

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    Special Agent in Charge in Dallas and Memphis. He is best known for handling the Marilyn Monroe and John F. Kennedy cases. He authored the best-selling book How to Locate Anyone Anywhere. He founded a private investigation firm, Ted L. Gunderson & Associates after retiring from the FBI. Joseph Dominick Pistone, more commonly known as Donnie Brasco, was born on September 17, 1939. He graduated from the William Paterson University. He joined the FBI in 1969 and was transferred to New York in 1974.…

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    Kosher Boys Analysis

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    the most glaring flaw with this policy as a multi-billion dollar black market openly exists, law enforcement gives it a low priority, and there isn’t a strong public demand for a crackdown on the industry. This dynamic actually creates opportunities for police corruption. For instance, it’s natural to assume that the most common payoff for an NYPD officer was related to drugs. However, the Knapp Commission, an investigation in the 1970s of the NYPD inspired by Frank Serpico, concluded that the…

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    (Davis). Italians were criminals. They were apprehended by law enforcement, then charged with money laundering or murder. The Italians were the bad guys, and the cops were the good guys. However, The Godfather depicted mobsters as wealthy men who cared about their family. Don Corleone spoke with sophistication. Michael is college educated and a veteran. The audience sympathizes with Michael’s struggles between good and evil in the film. The new way of presenting the “bad guys” prompted changes…

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