A person who has been fully initiated into the American Mafia is known as a…
The Japanese Mafia is also known as...
“Capo di tutticapi” is an Italian phrase meaning “boss of all bosses,” the title given to only the most powerful of mafia dons. What is the English equivalent?
Which of these words is notably missing from the film classic The Godfather?
Which of these is NOT the name of an infamous American mob member?
In 1986, 30 million people tuned their TV's to Geraldo Rivera’s TV special "The Mystery Of Al Capone's Vault" to witness the opening of one of Al Capone’s secret safes. What turned out to be inside?
Back in the 1970s, one Detroit street gang became known for their flamboyant outfits, the first widespread use of gang signs, and their own dance. They were known as...
For years, the Yakuza had a ritual called Yubitsume where they would chop off part of one’s pinky finger as punishment. What was the reason?
Which real-life mobster was nicknamed Scarface?
Which children’s activity was banned for several decades in America, leading the American mafia to offer an underground version on the blackmarket?
When was the US Federal Witness Protection Program established?
The term “Mafia” originated in what country?
Which crime kingpin once had a corrupt soccer official assassinated after a team he owned suffered a bad loss?
What was the crime that eventually got Al Capone caught?
Which famous singer acted as a liaison between the Chicago mafia and the Kennedy family
Even though they only make up <0.1% of the prison population, there is one group that is responsible for 18% - 25% of all homicides in the federal prison system. What are they called?
What is the name of the criminal organization that began as a contingent of Mexican Special Forces?
Gregory Scarpa Sr. was a hitman and enforcer for the Colombo crime family. He was a ruthless man, whose evil, heartless behavior quickly earned him an equally evil nickname. What was it?
Members of the Russian Mafia use what form of personal decoration as a de-facto “resume”?
True or False: Al Capone once kidnapped a jazz pianist and made him perform at his birthday party.
In the 1920s, criminal organizations in America began to gain a serious level of power by exploiting which US cultural moment?
Which of these actors appeared in the 2007 American gangster film “Eastern Promises”?
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