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LENNY STROLLO ” YOUNGSTOWN MOBSTER”

Little Joey Naples ” Mob Boss, Yoingstown,Ohio” The Pittsburgh mafia’s Youngstown, Ohio crew encountered an embarrassing problem in the mid-1990s. Because of a shift in the area’s government power structure and a loss of its longstanding political, police and judicial ties, the mob in Bomb City USA (a longtime nickname referencing the city’s favored tool of persuasion) had been blown out […]

MEIER SUCHOWLANSKI ALIAS “MYER LANSKY” AMERICAN GANGSTER

Meyer Lansky (born Meier Suchowlański;[2] July 4, 1902 – January 15, 1983), known as the “Mob’s Accountant”, was an American[3] major organized crime figure who, along with his associate Charles “Lucky” Luciano, was instrumental in the development of the National Crime Syndicate in the United States.[4]

WHO READ WHAT AND WHY

What people read and who they represent

OBAMA THE MUSLIM TRAITOR, DESTROYING AMERICA

Obama the Muslim traitor is trying to destroy America,even after he left office.

A CHILD’S MEMORIES OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION

                    One of my favorite past times as a young boy on the farm , was when my older sister Mary and I would ride on a horse while feeding it cookies. We were very small at the time and dad’s friend  Mike;  walked along side […]

STEEL VALLEY MEMORIES

Trump must continue to reverse Obama’s executive orders and return America to the greatness it once was.

ME IN CUBA AND DICTATOR FIDEL CASTRO IN 1959 THE 4TH OF JULY AND 1959 CUBAN INVASION

The U.S. Cuban relationship returns after 67 years. Days to remember

YOUNGSTOWN’S LEGENDS OF LEATHER ,GREAT FIGHTERS

Tony Janiro was one of the best fighters that came out of Youngstown,Ohio. He was handsome young man who lived the life of a movie star. He loved life to the fullest.he returned to Youngstown and pasted away in 1985. He was an inspiration to the young fighters.

THE 1937 LITTLE STEEL STRIKE IN THE MAHONING VALLEY

I was a five year old child when the Great Depression was in progress, I still remember the memories of growing up on our small farm and the loss of my father in 1938. I missed hunting with him and following him everywhere as he completed the daily chores.

“SILK STOCKING BANDITS”

The bandits covered their faces with silk stockings to hide their identities.

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