Joseph Giunta (mobster)
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After the murder of Unione Siciliana president Pasqualino "Patsy" Lolordo, Giunta became the new president of the Siciliana in 1929. He unsuccessfully tried to organize a revolt against Al Capone's gang. As a result, according to legend, Giunta and his co-conspirators (Albert Anselmi and John Scalise) were beaten and shot to death by Capone at a party. Their bodies were found the next day in Hammond, Indiana.
- Hunt, Thomas. "Guinta, Giuseppe (1887-1929)". mafiahistory.us. mafiahistory.us. Retrieved November 16, 2015.
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