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  1. Carlo Gambino (Italian: [ˈkarlo ɡamˈbiːno]; August 24, 1902 – October 15, 1976) was an Italian-American crime boss of the Gambino crime family.After the Apalachin Meeting in 1957, and the imprisonment of Vito Genovese in 1959, Gambino took over the Commission of the American Mafia until his death from a heart attack on October 15, 1976.

  2. Carlo Gambino, chiamato anche Charles Gambino (Palermo, 24 agosto 1902 – Massapequa, 15 ottobre 1976), è stato un mafioso italiano naturalizzato statunitense legato a Cosa nostra statunitense, famoso per avere guidato l'omonima potente famiglia mafiosa.

  3. Carlo Gambino (Caccamo, 14 augustus 1902 – Brooklyn, 15 oktober 1976), beter bekend onder het pseudoniem Don Carlo, was een Italiaans-Amerikaans crimineel. In zijn hoogtijdagen was hij de leider van de maffiafamilie Gambino .

  4. Carlo Gambino battled health problems in his later years, finally succumbing to heart disease on October 15, 1976, at his Long Island waterfront home. Before dying, Gambino controversially bypassed his No. 2 in charge, Dellacroce, in favor of his brother-in-law Castellano, a more corporate-style goodfella, leaving his syndicate on shaky ground in subsequent years.

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    Carlo Gambino De familie Gambino is een van de Five Families , New Yorkse maffiafamilies die de georganiseerde misdaad beheersen. De familie is ontstaan tijdens de drooglegging van de VS en houdt zich bezig met illegaal gokken , prostitutie , loansharking , racketeering , afpersing , het dumpen van giftig afval, diefstal op grote schaal, ontvoeringen en heling .

  6. Représentation hiérarchique de la famille Gambino sous l'ère de Carlo Gambino Genovese fut condamné à 15 ans de prison, avant d'y mourir en 1969. La famille Gambino devint bientôt une des plus puissantes du Syndicat national du crime grâce à l'association aux maisons de jeux de Meyer Lansky à Cuba et aux Bahamas , business très lucratif pour la mafia.

  7. Thomas Gambino also headed the Gambino Medical and Science Foundation, which in 1991 financed a $2 million pediatric bone marrow transplant unit at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. Thomas Gambino's personal wealth was estimated to be around $75 million in 1992. Castellano regime. After Carlo Gambino died in 1976, his designated successor ...

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