Rastislav Kollar

Rastislav Kollar

Rastislav Kollar
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Gangster

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Morgue shots of Chicago gangsters Alberto Anselmi and Giovanni Scalise, 1929

Morgue shots of Chicago gangsters Alberto Anselmi and Giovanni Scalise, 1929

CSS Alabama fired this shell from its 110-pound rifle early in the action against USS Kearsarge, landing a critical blow into Kearsarge’ s stern post. However, it didn’t explode due to a faulty fuse, allowing Kearsarge to continue the battle, eventually defeating Alabama. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tim Comerford/Released

CSS Alabama fired this shell from its 110-pound rifle early in the action against USS Kearsarge, landing a critical blow into Kearsarge’ s stern post. However, it didn’t explode due to a faulty fuse, allowing Kearsarge to continue the battle, eventually defeating Alabama. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Tim Comerford/Released

Ben Bronstein paid a heavy toll for hijacking liquor from The Purple Gang

Ben Bronstein paid a heavy toll for hijacking liquor from The Purple Gang

Narco mexicano "enterrado" en un barril (fotos muy fuertes) | Dogguie.com

Narco mexicano "enterrado" en un barril (fotos muy fuertes) | Dogguie.com

The Italian-American Drug Trafficker Lucky Luciano, Who Was Linked To The Mafia Suddenly Died From A Heart Attack At The Bar Of Naples' Capodichino Airport On January 26, 1962. He Was Living In Italy Under Police Surveillance After Having Been Expelled From New York At The End Of World War Ii.

The Italian-American Drug Trafficker Lucky Luciano, Who Was Linked To The Mafia Suddenly Died From A Heart Attack At The Bar Of Naples' Capodichino Airport On January 26, 1962. He Was Living In Italy Under Police Surveillance After Having Been Expelled From New York At The End Of World War Ii.

MA Barker And Her Gang | Fred, dead in the Florida cottage

MA Barker And Her Gang | Fred, dead in the Florida cottage

The death of John Dillinger

The death of John Dillinger

William "Action" Jackson in his trunk on Lower Whacker Dr. William Jackson, also known as Action Jackson (December 1920 Chicago, Illinois – August 11, 1961 Streeterville) was an enforcer and loan collector for the Chicago Outfit. He earned his nickname of "Action" because it was slang for "Juice Man", which meant debt-collector. He was tortured to death by his fellow gangsters, allegedly on suspicion that he had become an informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

William "Action" Jackson in his trunk on Lower Whacker Dr. William Jackson, also known as Action Jackson (December 1920 Chicago, Illinois – August 11, 1961 Streeterville) was an enforcer and loan collector for the Chicago Outfit. He earned his nickname of "Action" because it was slang for "Juice Man", which meant debt-collector. He was tortured to death by his fellow gangsters, allegedly on suspicion that he had become an informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Real cement shoes of a murder victim

Real cement shoes of a murder victim