Woman faints in court after guilty verdict
Diana Lovejoy was convicted in a murder-for-hire plot.
Hatfield And McCoy Descendants Unearth Relics Of New Year's 1888 Ambush Site
The Hatfield and McCoy descendants came armed - with digging tools. Side by side, they worked together to help archaeologists unearth artifacts from one of the bloodiest sites in America's most infamo...
Blood on the canvas: the greatest feuds in art history
In his exhibition You Were Shit in the 80s, artist Mackie imagines fictional feuds between great artists. He didn’t need to. Real art history is riddled with rivalries – from Leonardo’s attempted cast...
Murder Hits Monaco's Pastor Real Estate Empire
On the evening of May 6, a man carrying a shotgun approached a black Lancia Voyager pulling out of a hospital parking lot in Nice, France. Raising the weapon, he fired through the front passenger wind...
Hatfield And McCoy Descendants Unearth Relics Of New Year's 1888 Ambush Site
The Hatfield and McCoy descendants came armed - with digging tools. Side by side, they worked together to help archaeologists unearth artifacts from one of the bloodiest sites in America's most infamo...
Dohna Feud
The Dohna Feud (German: Dohnaische Fehde) was a 14th-century dispute between the burgraves of Dohna, who resided in the Eastern Ore Mountains of Central Europe, on the one hand and Saxon nobleman,...
Dohna Feud - Wikipedia
William Aloisio
′William "Smokes" Aloisio (October 9, 1906 – October 1979) was a Chicago mobster and "hitman" for the Chicago Outfit. A former member of the Forty-Two Gang in Chicago, Aloisio's arrest record da...
Jack McGurn
"Machine Gun" Jack McGurn (July 2, 1902 – February 15, 1936), born Vincenzo Antonio Gibaldi, was a small time boxer, an Italian-American mobster and key member of Al Capone's Chicago Outfit.
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Jason Getsy
Jason Getsy (October 8, 1975 – August 18, 2009) was a convicted murder-for-hire triggerman in the American state of Ohio. He was executed at the age of 33 for a murder committed when he was 19.
Ge...
Jackie Cerone
John "Jackie The Lackey" Cerone (July 7, 1914 – July 26, 1996) was a Chicago mobster and boss of the Chicago Outfit, during the late 1960s. He was the younger brother of mobster Frank "Skippy" C...
Stephen Armone
Stephen Armone (November 17, 1899 Palermo, Sicily – 1960), also known as "14th Street Steve", was a New York gangster with the Gambino crime family who ran gambling operations in Lower Manhattan. He w...
One way ride
A one way ride, also known by the phrase "take for a ride", is a slang term used by the underworld as an execution method. The usual plan is for the victim, who is lured or forced into a car, to be dr...
Burgfrieden
The Burgfrieden or Burgfriede was a German medieval term that referred to imposition of a state of truce within the jurisdiction of a castle, and sometimes its estate, under which feuds, i.e. conflict...
Abe Reles
Abe "Kid Twist" Reles (May 10, 1906 – November 12, 1941) was a New York mobster who was widely considered the most feared hit man for Murder, Inc., the enforcement contractor for the National Cri...
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Anthony Rotondo
Anthony Rotondo (born 1957) is a former capo in the DeCavalcante family of New Jersey and police informant.
Anthony Rotondo lived with his father Vincent "Jimmy the Gent" Rotondo, and his father e...
Louis Capone
Louis Capone (1896 – March 4, 1944) was a New York organized crime figure who became a supervisor for Murder, Inc. Louis Capone was not related to Al Capone, the boss of the Chicago Outfit.
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Gangland killing
A gangland killing is a murder carried out by organized criminals. According to FBI Uniform Crime Reports, in 2013 there were 138 gangland killings or 1 percent of all homicides in the United States t...
Buster from Chicago
Buster from Chicago was a pseudonym used for a mobster and freelance hitman of the 1930s. He is alleged to have played a key role in the Castellammarese War (1929–1931) as the assassin of Giuseppe Mor...
Donald Frankos
This article is about current and past members of the Lucchese crime family.
Peter Argentina is a soldier and younger brother to Ray Argentina, a made member in the family. In 1992, he was acquitt...
Harry Strauss
Harry "Pittsburgh Phil" Strauss (July 28, 1909 – June 12, 1941) was a prolific contract killer for Murder, Inc. in the 1930s. He purportedly killed over one hundred men (some historians put the ...
Jack Whalen
Jack Whalen (May 11, 1918 – December 2, 1959), also called Jack O'Hara and "The Enforcer," was a criminal and freelance contract killer and bookie, who worked for the Los Angeles crime family, althoug...
Ray Ferritto
Raymond W. Ferritto (1929 − May 10, 2004) was an Italian American mobster from Erie, Pennsylvania. Ferritto is best known for the 1977 murder of Irish mob boss Danny Greene. He served as hitman and so...
Sretko Kalinić
Sretko Kalinić, also known as "The Beast", or "The White" (born February 25, 1974) is a Serbian gangster, contract killer and mass murderer, best known as one of the conspirators in the assassination...
Major football rivalries
This list deals with association football rivalries around the world. This includes local derbies as well as matches between teams further afield.Only significant, sourced entries should be included i...
Major football rivalries - Wikipedia
Feud (professional wrestling)
In professional wrestling, a feud is a staged rivalry between multiple wrestlers or groups of wrestlers. They are integrated into ongoing storylines, particularly in events which are televised. Feuds ...