Famous Criminals

Name these famous criminals and gangsters with connections to robberies, organized crime, mafia, bank robberies etc.
Excluding serial killers, religious cult leaders etc.
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Last updated: July 6, 2017
First submittedJuly 6, 2017
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Welsh Admiral who raided Spanish settlements from his base in Port Royal, Jamaica, in the late 17th century, one of the most notorious buccaneers in history
Henry Morgan
Legandary Old West gunfighter, thief, gambler, murderer and outlaw
Billy the Kid
Leader of the Chicago mafia during the prohibition era
Al Capone
Bank robber in Midwest and West South Central States in the 30's. Had a nickname that had to do with his good looks
Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd
Bank robber in the 1930s who also had a nickname to do with his looks, because he looked so young
Baby Face Nelson
Depression-era bank robber who was in cahoots with ^ and who was famously killed in a movie theater shootout, played in a movie by Johnny Depp
John Dillinger
American pair travelling trough the cenral U.S during the Great Depression robbing banks and people and killing, and be coming a sort of folk heroes
Bonnie Parker
Clyde Barrow
Australian bushranger, robber and a gang leader, also a folk hero to some
Ned Kelly
The father of modern organized crime in the US, established "the Commission" (governing body of the American Mafia)
Charles "Lucky" Luciano
Boss of the Chicago Outfit 1955-1966, who had alleged CIA connections and a hand in The Bay of Pigs invasion and allegedly in JFK assassination too
Sam Giancana
Was called "the Teflon Don" for his ability to remain free for a long time
John Gotti
Notorious mobster turned government witness against ^ resulting in convinction of ^
Sam "The Bull" Gravano
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