Crazy Joey taking the Fifth at the McClellan's rackets-investigating committee. When Joey met Robert Kennedy, counsel for the committee, Crazy Joey examined Kennedy's office rug and offered his professional opinion: "It would be nice for a crap game."
The barber chair, in which mobster Albert Anastasia was assassinated on October 25, 1957, is displayed in The Mob Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. Anastasia's assassins were never caught but have been widely believed to be Joey Gallo and his crew.
A young Carmine Persico at a police station on a homicide charge. Persico started out in the Profaci family as a crucial member of the Gallo crew, but during the Gallo-Profaci war Persico switched sides and turned against his old crew.
Kid Blast, the youngest Gallo brother, smoking a cigarette as he discusses business with the boys at the Longshore Rest Room, favored spot of the Gallo crew. Big Lollipop Carna, in crutches, got his ankle shot up after running into some Profaci boys.