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Andimo Tony Noto Pappadio


Lucchese Mafia Acting Boss


Published by Robert Grey Reynolds Jr. at Smashwords


Copyright 2019 by Robert Grey Reynolds Jr.


Eventual New York Supreme Court Justice Frank A. Gulotta (1907-1989) was appointed Nassau County District Attorney by Governor Thomas Edmund Dewey (1902-1971). An assistant district attorney from 1938-1949, Gulotta served as Nassau County district attorney until 1958.

In late November 1957 Gulotta interrogated Lucchese family member Andimo Thomas Pappadio (also Papadio) February 2, 1914-September 24, 1976), 44, of Atlantic Beach, New York. At the same time Gulotta also probed others who had attended a well-publicized upstate New York mob conclave on November 14, 1957.

Pappadio had refused to talk with the district attorney. Afterward the Nassau DA had commented, We believe he’s a front man for Thomas Three Fingers Brown Lucchese in the garment industry.

Other hoodlums interviewed by Gulotta included Benny Levine, 60, of Atlantic Beach, Anthony Little Augie Pisano Carfano (1885-1959), 56, of Atlantic Beach, John C. Biello (1917-2010, also Belo), of 81 Oneida Avenue, Atlantic Beach, Sol Cliente of Long Beach, eventual Genovese crime family consigliere Michele Michael Big Mike Miranda (1896-1973), of 167 Greenway North, Forest Hills Gardens, Martin Marty Krompler (1902-1973), of Long Beach, Larry Knohl, (1907-1973) of Long Beach, and Joseph Biondo (1932-1985), of Long Beach.


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