The Philadelphia Mob is notorious for their violence and for being a particularly dysfunctional family, mostly due to having a succession of very violent bosses.
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Furio Giunta becomes a soldier in the Soprano crew after Tony meets him in Italy. He was impressed with Furio’s old school dedication and loyalty and he soon proves to be one of Tony’s most loyal associates and most feared enforcer.
The scale of the profits controlled by a close-nit group of around 400 key individuals in 30 countries has made the group a long-standing target of law enforcement, yet it has been near impossible to penetrate.
He loves fast cars, designer watches and sharp suits but the Cosa Nostra kingpin is also a cold-blooded murderer whose ruthless streak has helped him rise to the very top of the Sicilian Mafia.
Former Chicago hit man Frank Cullotta now makes an honest living leading tours of his old mob haunts in Las Vegas.
“Could something happen, I think there’s a recipe there for violence absolutely,” said John Apeldorn on the Philadelphia mob.