Vincenzo Licciardi

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  • Maria Licciardi And Griselda's Empowerment

    Introduction Maria Licciardi and Griselda Blanco aren’t just your average house wives. When these two weren’t busy cooking it up in the kitchen, they were out stirring up trouble in the streets. In pop culture and as depicted everywhere, men have always been the face of organized crime. However, in time of need these women were called to step up to the plate. These godmothers were no sweet, innocent, cookie baking old ladies, they were nefarious crime lords driven by the will to survive. Although Maria and Griselda have two different stories with different endings, both women led a life filled with similar crimes and havoc. Background Information Maria Licciardi was born on March 24, 1951 in Napoli, Italy, home to the camorra. The camorra…

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  • Al Capone: The Legacy Of Al Capone

    saying, “...I don’t pose as plaster saint, but I never killed anyone. I never stuck up another man in my life….” Al did have shortcomings, and he recognized this. In fact, his legacy as the “Boss of Chicago” stuck around for decades. While these social norms may make it seem a bit avant-garde to compare him to the typical dad, he was ultimately a great man with a loving heart. When separated from his family, he would long for them. He would write letters often, especially throughout his time in…

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