Infamous Murders: New York Mafia Murders
In the 1920s, New York City's streets became a battleground for the Mafia, and the murderous disputes raged until the 1990s. Join us for a riveting look at how the struggle for mob leadership led to an endless cycle of murder and blood feuds. We look at the murders of Salvatore Maranzano in 1931 and the infamous murder of Albert Anastasia. Finally, we examine New York's long battle with "Teflon Don" John Gotti, who nevertheless died "peacefully" of cancer in a federal penitentiary.