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- Brother to the Iceman
- John DiGilio, Genovese Family Mafia soldier from Bayonne
- JERSEY BOY The Life and Mob Slaying of Frankie DePaula
- Internet War waged against Hal Turner, Hudson County hate…
- Casella’s Restaurant in Hoboken – the quintessential mob
- Italian-American Civil Rights League, Hoboken Chapter
- Louis Anthony (Bobby) Manna – Convicted of plotting to…
- Jersey City triple murder remains unsolved.
- Frankie DePaula knocked Don Nagle out cold during a bar-room
- History of the Jersey City Fire Department
- The Jersey City Medical Center was the largest hospital in…
- Anthony Provenzano recruited Harold Konigsberg and Salvatore
- James F Murray Sr, Jersey City Commissioner (1949 – 1952)
- Steven Fulop reviews Hudson County Facts
- BBC documentary covers Anthony Provenzano, Jimmy Hoffa, the Teamsters and Organized Crime.
- David Friedland: I remember the period leading up to the election in the summer of 1949 when John V. Kenny first came to power.
- Ray Velazquez represented Jaime Vazquez in the assault trial against Hudson County hate monger Hal Turner.
- Anthony Olszewski on 04/11/07 – Congressman Gallagher addresses the Bayonne Historical Society
- Sean Moore on Frankie DePaula knocked Don Nagle out cold during a bar-room brawl in a Union City.
- Sean Moore on Brother to the Iceman
- Henry R. Rupp on J. V. Kenny’s Mosquito Commission
- Mary Ann Jackson on Drunken Jamie
- Depiro, Stephen Detention Memorandum
- Depiro, Stephen et al. Indictment
- GENOVESE ORGANIZED CRIME FAMILY SOLDIER AND ASSOCIATES INDICTED ON RACKETEERING CHARGES, INCLUDING EXTORTION OF INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN’S ASSOCIATION MEMBERS
- N.J. Waterfront Commission holds first hearing on mob influence at docks
- A federal judge sentenced Bonanno crime family Capo Joseph Sammartino Sr. to 18 months in prison for loansharking.
- 45 arrested in illegal Bergen County gambling ring
- Frankie DePaula, Boxer killed by the Mob – Book – Author – Stories
- Lucchese organized crime family and the Nine-Trey Gangster Bloods
- ‘Entirely too comfortable’ with the Jersey Mafia
- Fuel bootlegging, La Cosa Nostra and the Russian Mafia
Category Archives: Congressman Cornelius Gallagher
By CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER Hudson County Congressman Cornelius Gallagher talks about computer ethics, invasion of privacy, and the rise of the technocracy. Originally appeared in Information Technology in a Democracy, edited by Alan F. Westin, Harvard University Press, 1971 From … Continue reading
From New York Magazine, February 17, 1969 By Peter Maas . . . Less inspiring was the swearing-in of the latest Congress. Among those seated without a murmur of dissent was Representative Cornelius Gallagher from Bayonne, New Jersey, just across … Continue reading
In 1964, while he was serving as the cochairman of the Canadian-American Interparliamentary Group, Democrat Gallagher was received warmly by President Johnson at the White House. I once met Congressman Gallagher at a Knights of Columbus hall in the Jersey … Continue reading
Konigsberg struggles in the grip of a detective.A regular customer in my father’s tavern was a friend of Harold “Kayo” Konigsberg. The bar patron related how he was the one who actually removed the body from Congressman Gallagher’s house. The … Continue reading
Decades later, organized crime figures continue to speak in hushed tones about the day someone walked into the home of Hudson County Congressman Cornelius Gallagher and never walked out.