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​In 1936, Luciano was tried and convicted for compulsory prostitution after years of investigation. He was originally sentenced to 30-50 years in prison, but during World War II, an agreement was struck with the Navy to provide naval intelligence. So in 1946, his sentence was commuted on the condition that he be deported to Italy. Luciano suffered a fatal heart attack at a Naples airport in January 1962, where he had planned to meet with a film producer to tell his life story. The criminal empire that Luciano built continues on to this day and is now referred to as the Genovese Crime Family.


Luciano is also widely considered The Father of Modern Organized Crime in the US for the establishment of The Commission in 1931—the governing body of the American Mafia—after he abolished the “Boss of Bosses" title held by Salvatore Maranzano, following the Castellammarese War. Luciano eventually had both Joe "the Boss" Masseria and Salvatore Maranzano killed, becoming the dominant crime boss in the US.


Luciano started his criminal career when he joined the Five Points Gang and, alongside Johnny Torrio, Meyer Lansky, and Frank Costello, formed the National Crime Syndicate to turn organized crime into a lucrative business for all.


​Charles “Lucky" Luciano was born Salvatore Lucania on November 24, 1897, in Sicily, Italy. At age 14, Luciano dropped out of school and started his own gang, providing kids protection from other gangs.

The Story of

Lucky Luciano


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