Why was Massarone killed?

Why was Massarone killed?

Why was Massarone killed?

Jack Massarone: killed for being an FBI informant.

Who is Black Jack Massarone?

“Black” Jack Massarone (died March 2004) was the owner of Massarone Brothers Construction Company and an associate of the DiMeo Crime Family.

Was Jack Massarone an informant?

Massarone Construction was later involved in Soprano construction schemes like the Esplanade project and HUD scam. In 2004, Jack had become a federal informant and wore a wire concealed in a baseball cap to several meetings with Tony.

Who are the 5 families in The Sopranos?

Original and current Five Families bosses

Original family name Founded by Current family name
Profaci Joe Profaci Colombo
Mangano Vincent Mangano Gambino
Luciano Lucky Luciano Genovese
Gagliano Tommy Gagliano Lucchese

Who was the snitch in Sopranos?

Raymond “Buffalo Ray” Curto was a high-ranking member of the DiMeo crime family and led his own crew. In The Sopranos season 3, episode 2, “Proshai, Livushka,” he was revealed to be an informant wearing a wire, but it was never confirmed when he became an informant.

Who snitched on Johnny Sack?

3 Jimmy Petrille Petrille’s cooperation gives the FBI plenty of meat to enable them to go after Lupertazzi underboss Johnny Sack. The police raid Johnny’s house when he is with Tony. Luckily, Tony manages to escape. Tony then learns that Petrille was the snitch but he never gave up any information on the DiMeo family.

Who is the most powerful family in The Sopranos?

The Sopranos: All The Family Bosses, Ranked By Intelligence

  • 8 Phil Leotardo.
  • 7 Carmine Lupertazzi.
  • 6 Jackie Aprile Sr.
  • 5 Annalisa Zucca.
  • 4 George Paglieri.
  • 3 Corrado aka Uncle Junior.
  • 2 Silvio.
  • 1 Tony Soprano.

Who is the Lupertazzi family based on?

The Lupertazzi Crime Family is a Brooklyn based New York City Mafia family. They are loosely based on the real Gambino and Lucchese crime families. The Lupertazzi crime family consists of an administration and eight known crews.