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PROVENZANO
MOB BOSS RUSSELL BUFALINO
BUFALINO CRIME FAMILY
BRENDA BUFALINO
ORDER
NIECE
SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCE
PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
PRISON
MOB BOSSES
MURDER
GRAND JURY
SICA
BUFALINO
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Brenda Bufalino is a legendary artist of the tap dance world.
  2. Bufalino was in Detroit on the day of the murder to attend the wedding of his niece and goddaughter. (Web site)
  3. Bufalino was co-owner of a casino near Havana but lost it and $450,000 he had hidden there after Castro took control of the country. (Web site)
  4. When Bufalino was imprisoned in the late 1970s, Edward Sciandra, the family's consigliere, became the acting boss. (Web site)
  5. Brenda Bufalino is a virtuoso tap and jazz dancer, author, maverick choreographer, and artisitic director of the American Tap Dance Orchestra.

Provenzano

  1. During the spring of 1975, Bufalino had been running New York's Vito Genovese Mafia family on an interim basis; Provenzano was a Genovese caporegime. (Web site)

Mob Boss Russell Bufalino

  1. Also, I asked Bufalino whether his family relationship with mob boss Russell Bufalino was the reason he had been selected as counsel for them. (Web site)

Bufalino Crime Family

  1. In another picture, Sica was seated at a table with the Bufalinos and William D'Elia, who allegedly heads the Bufalino crime family. (Web site)

Brenda Bufalino

  1. Brenda Bufalino - Tap icon Brenda Bufalino page includes bio, video clips, upcoming show dates and merchandise. (Web site)

Order

  1. According to Bufalino, reality is a game we compose in order to make it through the night. (Web site)
  2. In his 2004 book, ''I Heard You Paint Houses,'' author Charles Brandt wrote it was Bufalino who gave the order to kill Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa in 1975. (Web site)

Niece

  1. A niece of Angelo's arried William Bufalino, a cousin of mob boss Russell Bufalino.

Significant Influence

  1. Despite being the boss of a small crime family, Bufalino was a significant influence in the national Cosa Nostra criminal organization.

Personal Relationship

  1. Sica testified he had no personal relationship with Bufalino.

Prison

  1. Dick Thornburgh, on behalf of his" friend," Russell Bufalino, after Bufalino was sentenced to prison. (Web site)
  2. Sica wrote letters on behalf of Bufalino, seeking his release from prison following his 1982 conviction for conspiring to kill a mob witness.
  3. That conviction, for which Bufalino spent nearly 10 years in prison, was his last. (Web site)

Mob Bosses

  1. In November 1957, Bufalino was said to have organized one of the biggest gatherings of mob bosses in the United States. (Web site)

Murder

  1. The government claims that the murder had been arranged by Provenzano, acting on the orders of Russell Bufalino, a northeastern Pennsylvania crime boss. (Web site)

Grand Jury

  1. A photo taken decades ago at a party celebrating Sica's ordination as a priest shows him with Bufalino and Bufalino's wife, according to the grand jury. (Web site)
  2. Another photo was presented to the grand jury, showing Sica, Russell Bufalino and his nephew, Angelo Bufalino, at a barbecue. (Web site)

Sica

  1. Prosecutors provided photographs to the grand jury of Sica and Bufalino together at the ordination party and at a barbecue.
  2. Sica, a Catholic priest, is accused of lying to a grand jury about his relationship with Bufalino.
  3. Sica testified he met Bufalino once, by chance, in a hospital more than two decades ago. (Web site)

Bufalino

  1. The papers said Sica falsely told the grand jury that he had met Bufalino only by chance and had no relationship with him.
  2. Prosecutors said Sica lied to the grand jury about his relationship with Bufalino. (Web site)
  3. Dick Thornburgh, Sica referred to Bufalino as "his friend" and asked her to help free Bufalino, whom he called an innocent man, prosecutors said.

Categories

  1. Sica
  2. Grand Jury
  3. Law > Criminal Law > Crime > Prosecutors
  4. Mob Bosses
  5. Personal Relationship
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