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rjakobi: TheShavingofOccam123: For the deepest Mob connection into the US government, watch The Mafia Connection episode of Secret War.

Lucky Luciano stopped sabotage attacks by mob-connected Americans in the NYC harbor (the burning of the Normandie was probably an accident but it got Luciano involved).

The US military managed to undo everything Mussolini had done to destroy the Mafia in Italy. Luciano had a great deal to do with that process. And things really got going after WWII. Just ask the Kennedys.

How do I know you watch too much conspiracy TV?

It's all well-documented history.  Luciano used the Sicilian mafia as an intel source for the Allies, after the war he was deported to Italy where he managed Sicilian and US mafia outfits, strengthening both.
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