Jan 05, 2018 · Leave a Comment on WATCH: Pepsi Italian Mafia Girl Commercial Don't mess with Italian girls, no matter what age! Watch this funny commercial from Pepsi, where the bartender ("Pussy" from The Sopranos), gives this little girl the wrong drink!
Ephraim is the most feared mercenary in this mafia world. Known to be heartless, cruel, inconsiderate, with no pity what so ever. He's known for getting everything he wants and getting rid of any competition. However, he'd never imagine he would give up his woman.
Nov 18, 2017 · Much attention is focused on Italy's No. 1 longtime fugitive boss, Matteo Messina Denaro, as a possible successor, whose power base is the Trapani area of western Sicily. But a report by Italy's ...
Mafia History - The Italian Mob in Milwaukee A blog focusing on the factual history of the Milwaukee and upper mid-west mob with occasional New York stories. After all, New York was the gateway city and entry point for most all of La Cosa Nostra.
Feb 22, 2018 · Roots of Italian mafia may lie in lemon industry "The most robust determinant of mafia activity is the production of citrus fruits," researchers wrote in the new paper.
Nov 26, 2015 · All five Italians living in Tallulah, Louisiana, were lynched in 1899 after a disagreement over a goat. In all, about 50 lynchings of Italians have been documented in the period from 1890 to 1920....
Mafia, hierarchically structured society of criminals of primarily Italian or Sicilian birth or extraction. The term applies to the traditional criminal organization in Sicily and also to a criminal organization in the United States.
When used alone and without any qualifier, "Mafia" or "the Mafia" typically refers to either the Sicilian Mafia or the American Mafia and sometimes Italian organized crime in general (e.g., Camorra, 'Ndrangheta, Sacra Corona Unita, Stidda, etc.).
The mafia actually had an important part in the unification of Italy. Prior to 1815, the Italian peninsula was a collection of different city-states. Between 1815 and 1870, these states slowly joined together to form what we now know as Italy. Sicily became part of unified Italy in 1861. Unification wasn't peaceful.