Murder, Inc.: Bugsy Siegel, Meyer Lansky, Johnny Dio, Albert Anastasia, Louis Buchalter, Abe Reles, Frank Abbandando, Jacob Shapiro

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9781157333029: Murder, Inc.: Bugsy Siegel, Meyer Lansky, Johnny Dio, Albert Anastasia, Louis Buchalter, Abe Reles, Frank Abbandando, Jacob Shapiro
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Bugsy Siegel, Meyer Lansky, Johnny Dio, Albert Anastasia, Louis Buchalter, Abe Reles, Frank Abbandando, Jacob Shapiro, Frankie Carbo, Samuel Levine, Emanuel Weiss, Abraham Telvi, Vincent Mangano, Harry Maione, Louis Capone, Albert Tannenbaum, Harry Strauss, Martin Goldstein, Whitey Krakow, Burton Turkus, Seymour Magoon. Excerpt: Murder, Inc. (or Murder Incorporated or the Brownsville Boys; known in syndicate circles as The Combination) was the name given by the press to organized crime groups in the 1920s through the 1940s that resulted in hundreds of murders on behalf of the American Mafia and Jewish Mafia groups who together formed the early organized crime groups in New York and elsewhere. The name was a journalistic invention. In his biography The Valachi Papers, Mafia turncoat Joe Valachi insisted Murder, Inc. did not commit crimes for the Mafia. Most of the killers were Jewish and Italian gangsters from the gangs of the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Brownsville, East New York, and Ocean Hill. In addition to carrying out crime in New York City and acting as enforcers for New York mobster Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, they accepted murder contracts from mob bosses all around the United States. The killers were paid a regular salary as retainer as well as an average fee of $1,000 to $5,000 per killing. Their families also received monetary benefits. If the killers were caught, the mob would hire the best lawyers for their defense. Murder, Inc. was established after the formation of the commission of the National Crime Syndicate, to which it ultimately answered. Largely headed by former mob enforcers Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel and Meyer Lansky, it also had members from Buchalter's labor-slugging gang (in partnership with Tommy "Three-Fingered Brown" Lucchese) as well as from another group of enforcers from Brownsville, Brookl...

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