Crime in New York City
Violent crime in New York City has been dropping since 1990. In 2014, there were 328 homicides, the lowest number since at least 1963 when reliable statistics were first kept. Crime rates spiked in ...
Crime in New York City - Wikipedia
The KKK vs. the Crips vs. Memphis City Council (Full Length)
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Washington State Mall Shooting Suspect Was Under 'No Firearm' Order
Police name suspect in shooting deaths of five people at Cascade Mall in Burlington as Washington resident Arcan Cetin, aged 20
Subway Crime Rose 36 Percent In January, Says NYPD Transit Chief
If you’re under the impression subway crime is on the rise, you’re right — and the numbers back that up. “For the first month of 2016, major felony crime was up 36 percent within the transit system,”...
New York Crime-Fighting Gang The Guardian Angels Head Back On Patrols
The Guardian Angels gained fame in the 1980s as they fought against rampant crime that was synonymous with New York City right up until the mid-nineties. Now a terrifying spree of recent slashing atta...
Gangs Of New York: Sicilian Mafia Offers Big Apple Protection From 'Psychopathic' ISIS
The son of a New York mob boss has given Islamic State a stark warning, saying if they are planning any attacks in New York, they will have to contend with the Sicilian mafia. The notorious crime synd...
Hells Angels accuse rapper's clothing line and Dillard's store of trademark infringement
The Hells Angels have claimed they are the victims of trademark infringement after a retailer released a clothing line using a logo similar to their Death Head.
The St Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago
Prohibition in the United States gave a massive boost to crime. In Chicago in the 1920s gangs made fortunes from illegal liquor and the associated protection and vice rackets. The relationships betwee...
The Iceman Tapes - Inside The Mind Of A Mafia Hitman
Richard Kuklinski gets diagnosed by a psychiatrist.
Al Capone
AL CAPONE LIVE.
Colombo crime family
This is a video montage of the Colombo Crime Family. Again neither song is mine I am not copyrighting anything. Also like the Bonanno video some pictures hav...
Bonanno crime family
A montage of pictures from 1 of the 5 New York Crime Families. Some pictures have been used more than once to show rank structure. Both songs are not mine, t...
Genovese crime family
The Genovese crime family is one of the Five Families that controls organized crime activities in New York City, within the nationwide criminal phenomenon ...
Lucchese crime family
The Lucchese crime family is one of the Five Families that controls organized crime activities in New York City, U.S., within the nationwide criminal pheno...
Gambino crime family
The Gambino crime family is one of the Five Families that controls organized crime activities based in New York City, United States, within the nationwide ...
John Gotti - Documentary 1/14
John Gotti, the head of a small New York mafia crew breaks a few of the old family rules. He rises to become the head of the Gambino family and the most well...
Crime in the United States
Crime in the United States has been recorded since colonization. Crime rates have varied over time, with a sharp rise after World War II, before peaking between the 1970s and early 1990s. Since the ea...
Crime in the United States - Wikipedia
Patrick McLaughlin (criminal)
Patrick "Paudeen" McLaughlin (1822 – March 20, 1858) was a New York criminal and a "slugger" for Tammany Hall during the middle of the 19th century. McLaughlin, whose nose had previously been ch...
Frank Salvatore
Frank "Mike the Dago" Salvatore was an Italian-American bootblack and later New York politician who eventually succeeded Chuck Conners as a major figure in Tammany Hall.
During the 1900s, as Conne...
Michael DiLeonardo
Michael "Mikey Scars" DiLeonardo (born June 18, 1955) is an Italian-American New York mobster who formerly belonged to the Gambino crime family. He is now a government informant.
Born in New York ...
Thomas Möller
Thomas Möller (born 1964) is a former president of the Hells Angels in Sweden, currently residing in either South Africa or Sweden.Möller was one of the founders of the biker club Dirty Dräggels in Ma...
Hudson Dusters
The Hudson Dusters was a New York City street gang during the early twentieth century. Formed in the late 1890s by "Circular Jack", "Kid Yorke", and "Goo Goo Knox", the gang began operating from an a...
Washington State Mall Shooting Suspect Was Under 'No Firearm' Order
Police name suspect in shooting deaths of five people at Cascade Mall in Burlington as Washington resident Arcan Cetin, aged 20
Frankie Yale
Francesco Ioele (January 22, 1893 – July 1, 1928), better known as Frankie Uale or Frankie Yale, was a Brooklyn gangster and original employer of Al Capone before the latter moved to Chicago.
Frankie Yale - Wikipedia
Gangs Of New York: Sicilian Mafia Offers Big Apple Protection From 'Psychopathic' ISIS
The son of a New York mob boss has given Islamic State a stark warning, saying if they are planning any attacks in New York, they will have to contend with the Sicilian mafia. The notorious crime synd...
Hells Angels accuse rapper's clothing line and Dillard's store of trademark infringement
The Hells Angels have claimed they are the victims of trademark infringement after a retailer released a clothing line using a logo similar to their Death Head.
Nicholas Corozzo
Nicholas "Little Nick" Corozzo (born March 17, 1940) is a New York mobster who was the reputed acting boss of the Gambino crime family.
Nicholas Corozzo was born on Pitkin Avenue in the East New Y...
Nicholas Corozzo - Wikipedia
Al Indelicato
Alphonse "Sonny Red" Indelicato (February 25, 1931 - May 5, 1981) was a caporegime in New York City's Bonanno crime family who was murdered with two other capos in an infamous gangland slaying.
Bo...
The St Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago
Prohibition in the United States gave a massive boost to crime. In Chicago in the 1920s gangs made fortunes from illegal liquor and the associated protection and vice rackets. The relationships betwee...