underboss


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an assistant or second-in-command to a chief (especially in a crime syndicate)

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There would be one family for each state with a boss, underboss, capo, soldiers and associates.
The Underboss is often selected because he represents a powerful minority wing in the family
A five-year, 2,117 s/f lease for Underboss Productions, LLC.
Acting as a middleman between mob underboss Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso and two crooked New York City cops, Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa, Kaplan set up murders for hire.
Having an underboss micromanage them doesn't necessarily ensure better government.
Now New Jersey underboss Johnny Sack is in prison and his deputy Phil Leotardo is out to make life hell for Tony.
Eppolito (57) and Caracappa (64) received the equivalent of pounds 2,130 a month from Luchese underboss Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso.
A 1987-set prologue establishes Matty Demaret as an unlikely contender to inherit the mantle of his underboss father Benny "Chains" (Dennis Hopper).
ADMINISTRATION - The top level of an organised crime family - the boss, underboss and consigliere.
The protagonist is Tony Soprano--businessman, husband, father, friend, and underboss of the Jersey Mob.
The same assailants are suspected in the murder of a Patriarca underboss, whose body was found the same day.
According to Michael Franzese, son of a former underboss for the Columbo crime family, who has served time on racketeering charges, the profits from illegal sports wagering help finance other activities of organized crime.
In Underboss, Peter Maas portrays Sammy the Bull Gravano as one who was increasingly trying to legitimize his behavior and distance himself from personal involvement in violence.
In 1989, the Cali cartel established a Panama-based tuna company called Pescadero Azteca run by Jose Castrillon Henao, a cartel underboss.