The Sixth Family: The Collapse of the New York Mafia and the Rise of Vito Rizzuto

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From "The Sixth Family," according to witness testimony: "BROOKLYN, MAY 5, 1981" "We were in the closet. We all had our weapons loaded. We sat there and waited for the doorbell to ring," said Salvatore Vitale, a slender New York mobster known as Good-Looking Sal. "We left the door open a smidge to look out." The ringing of the bell at the private social club's entrance signaled the arrival of the first of the invited guests. Vito Rizzuto crouched low, peeking out from his vantage point. Through the swelling crowd and loud ...

The Sixth Family: The Collapse of the New York Mafia and the Rise of Vito Rizzuto 2008, John Wiley & Sons

ISBN-13: 9780470154458

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The Sixth Family: The Collapse of the New York Mafia and the Rise of Vito Rizzuto 2006, John Wiley & Sons

ISBN-13: 9780470837535

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