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LUCIANOS ORGANIZED CRIME Hes often called the greatest mobster ever to live Although Lucky Luciano didnt go about it in a legal way he had his mind set on wealth and thats what he went for Lucky was able to climb the ladder to become the boss of bosses in the mafia world and he took a whole new look at the way he wanted things to be ran With the help of his childhood friend he would bring the mafia world together and halt the fighting between the main mafia families in America Through his brilliant mind and his ways of violence he would begin to organize crime in new and radical ways which would lead to the way organized crime was thought of and seen forever Charles Lucky Luciano started with an honest job when he was seventeen he was delivering ladies hats for man named Max Goodman This all changed though when he met George Scanlon a popular drug dealer that worked Luckys part of town Lucky was interested in Scanlons life style and asked if he could work for him Scanlon decided to give him a chance and Lucky started to deliver heroin in the bands of the hats he was delivering for Goodman It was making him some easy money but it wasnt long before it caught up with him A friend of Luckys who was jealous of his money tipped off the cops and he was arrested outside of a poolroom a popular hangout for addicts and pushers and sentenced to a year in Hampton Farms Penitentiary He was paroled six months later and that was his last arrest for twenty years and his start in the big time Gosch Hammer Pgs14-16 Bootlegging was very popular during prohibition in 1920 and it made many gangsters a lot of money Lucky was able to make his way near the top of the bootlegging industry through acquiring many infamous connections
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