Organized Crimes That Were Labeled As Major By The FBI (14 PICS)

Posted in INTERESTING       2 Apr 2021       1917       4 GALLERY VIEW

Al Capone

Alphonse Gabriel “Al” Capone rose to infamy as a gangster in Chicago during the 1920s and early 1930s.

 

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Barker/Karpis Gang

Alvin “Creepy” Karpis and his Barker brother sidekicks robbed banks and trains and engineered two major kidnappings of rich business executives in the 1930s.

 

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Bonnie and Clyde

The most notorious crime couple in American history died as they lived—in a hail of bullets.

 

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George “Machine Gun” Kelly

Kelly and his gang kidnapped a wealthy oil magnate in 1933 and as legend has it, famously gave agents their “G-men” moniker upon his arrest.

 

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Joe Pistone, Undercover Agent

A New York agent’s masterful undercover work helped take down Mafia leaders in the 1980s.

 

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John Dillinger

John Herbert Dillinger, Jr. was a Midwestern bank robber, auto thief, and fugitive who captured the national imagination until the FBI caught up with him in 1934.

 

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John Gotti

The FBI and its partners finally put away a ruthless New York mobster and head of the Gambino crime family in the 1990s.

 

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Kansas City Massacre/“Pretty Boy” Floyd

A mass murder committed in front of a railway station in Kansas City, Missouri in June 1933 shocked the American public and led to new crime laws.

 

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Lester Gillis aka “Baby Face” Nelson

Nelson was a ruthless and violent gangster who killed three FBI agents and many others before being taken down in a firefight with the Bureau in 1934.

 

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Pizza Connection

Several decades after the bust of a vast, long-running Mafia drug conspiracy that touched four continents, the Pizza Connection case continues to pay dividends for partnerships, policing, and public safety.

 

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Roger “The Terrible” Touhy

In the latter part of 1933 and the early part of 1934, the Chicago gang of Roger “The Terrible” Touhy was smashed.

 

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The Brady Gang

After the death of John Dillinger, a new gang of bad guys looking to make a name for themselves came onto the scene.

 

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The Dixie Mafia

The murder of Judge Vincent Sherry and his wife, Margaret, at the hands of the so-called Dixie Mafia exposed the lawlessness and corruption that had overtaken Mississippi’s Gulf Coast in the 1980s.

 

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The Fur Dressers Case

Louis “Lepke” Buchalter and his gang of mobsters were busted thanks to an FBI investigation into a fur dressing racket in the 1930s.

 

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Credits:  www.fbi.gov


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Austin 1 weeks ago
Where is the diversity white liberals always whine about?
       
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Rissa 1 weeks ago
Austin,

C'mon, you know there are no criminals of "color".
       
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Lawrence 1 weeks ago
Fun fact: my wife's family is related to the old mob boss of NY, Bill Bonanno. (Fay Labruzzo, his mother, is her great grandmother.) I had to meet him to marry my wife. Nice guy. Definitely was being judge the entire time!
       
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Nap 1 weeks ago
#3 The way people romanticized Bonnie & Clyde back then (and still today) was/is compelling considering how cruel and ruthless they were.

There's a great movie called "The Highwaymen" telling the side from their captors Texas Rangers Frank Hamer and Maney Gault. I think it's on Netflix. Well worth a watch.
       
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