Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss was a hitman working for the criminal organisation Murder Inc during the 1930s and 1940s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emanuel Weiss"
Frank Abbandando ( 1910 – February 19, 1942) was a New York City gangster and Mafia hitman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frank Abbandando"
Harry "Happy" Maione ( 1908 – February 19 1942) was an Italian- American hitman for Murder, Inc. (the enforcement arm of the National Crime Syndicate) during the 1930s. His nickname was given to him because he never smiled and his face displayed an eternal scowl. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry Maione"
Harry "Pittsburgh Phil" Strauss ( July 28, 1909 - June 12, 1941) was a contract killer for Murder, Inc. in the 1930s. He tried to be creative in his killings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry Strauss"
Louis "Lepke" Buchalter ( 6 February, 1897 - 4 March, 1944) was a Jewish American mobster who was the notorious head of Murder, Inc., the enforcement arm of the National Crime Syndicate. He is the only major mob boss to ever have been executed by state or federal authorities for his crimes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Louis Buchalter"
Louis Capone ( 1896 - 4 March, 1944) was an American organized crime figure. He was not related to Al Capone. ...more on Wikipedia about "Louis Capone"
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