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Vin Diesel
First Name Mark Middle Name Sinclair Last Name Vincent Full Name at Birth Mark Sinclair Vincent Alternative Name Vin Diesel, Dom, Diesel, Bouncer Age 51 years Birthday 18th July, 1967 Birthplace New York City, New York, USA Height 6' 0" (183 cm) Weight 225lbs (102 kg) Build Voluptuous Eye Color Brown - Dark Hair Color Bald Distinctive Feature Italian descent, Deep voice, One Race Films founder, Tigon Studios founder, Racetrack Records founder, Nice Body Zodiac Sign Cancer Sexuality Straight Religion Roman Catholic Ethnicity Multiracial Nationality American High School Anglo-American International School, New York, NY University Hunter College Occupation Text Actor, Producer, Director, Screenwriter, Writer Occupation Actor Claim to Fame The Fast and The Furious Year(s) Active 1990–present Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling) Brillstein Entertainment Partners Brand Endorsement One Race Films, Tigon Studios, Racetrack Records, (1999-2000) Print ad: Timex watches, Nike Clothes Size 9 Shoe Size 11 Official Websites,,,,,,,,, Father Irving (step father) (acting instructor, theatre manager) Mother Delora (psychiatrist, astrologer) Brother Paul Vincent (July 18, 1967), Tim Vincent Sister Samantha Vincent Family Member Hania Riley Vincent (daughter) Friend Paul Walker Associated People Steven Spielberg, Paul Walker Pets Roman (dog - italian mastiff) Favorite People Harrison Ford, Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro Favorite Movies Fast 5 Favorite Bands Jackson 5 Favorite Places New York, Santo Domingo, Los Angeles, Malibu, Miami, San Francisco, Las Vages Favorite Foods Chicken Favorite Colors Black, Grey, Green, Blue, White, Silver, Red, Neon Green Favorite Accessories Hats, Watchs

Mark Sinclair (born July 18, 1967), better known by his stage name Vin Diesel, is an American actor, producer, director and screenwriter. He is well known for his portrayals of Dominic Toretto in The Fast and the Furious film series, Richard B. Riddick in The Chronicles of Riddick series and Xander Cage in the XXX series. He is also a producer on sequels in these franchises, with his company One Race Films.

Find Me Guilty (2006) - IMDb

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : See, I-I'm not understanding this. You're saying from the back slappin' and the kissing, you knew that they were Italian?

Michael Kerry : Well, it was an Italian restaurant.

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : Did they all have black hair?

Michael Kerry : Uh, yeah, yeah. From what I remember, yeah.

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : Could they have been Spanish, Greek, Jewish?

Michael Kerry : Not with Nick Calabrese at the head of the table, no.

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : You saying Nick only eats with Italians?

Michael Kerry : No, I'm not saying that.

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : What if I told you I went into a restaurant and there was nothing but Irish guys there? And you says, "How'd you know they were Irish?" And I says, "'Cause they were all drunk and vomiting all over the floor."

Sean Kierney : Objection, Your Honor! Badgering the witness!

Judge Finestein : Mr. DiNorscio.

Michael Kerry : No, it's all right, Judge. Look, Mr. DiNorscio. If it walks like a duck, looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, chances are it's a duck.

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : If it talks like an asshole, looks like an asshole,

[talks into the microphone] 

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : chances are it's an asshole.

Sean Kierney : Objection, Your Honor! This behavior cannot be tolerated!

Judge Finestein : Mr. DiNorscio, I am fining you $5,000 for contempt of court!

Giacomo 'Fat Jack' DiNorscio : That's what I got, Your Honor. I got contempt for this court. You should've stopped him before with all the Italian shit.

Judge Finestein : You are now fined 10,000! Wanna try for 15?

Jackie DiNorscio
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Giacomo "Jackie" DiNorscio (July 20, 1940 – November 14, 2004) was a member of the Philadelphia and later the Lucchese crime families. He acted as his own lawyer (pro se) in the United States v. Anthony Accetturo et al. RICO trial, famous for being the longest federal trial in history (at 21 months). This trial was conducted while DiNorscio was already incarcerated on separate drug charges. He was ultimately found not guilty (along with his fellow co-defendants) after a short deliberation by the jury. After the trial, DiNorscio went back to prison; he was released on November 23, 2002, after serving 17.5 years of a 30-year sentence.

The film Find Me Guilty is based on this trial. DiNorscio died in November 2004, near the end of shooting.

Philadelphia family

The longtime Don of the Philadelphia crime family, Angelo "Gentle Don" Bruno, was killed on March 21, 1980, resulting in a huge power vacuum. Anthony Accetturo and Michael Taccetta, on the other hand, used their situation to establish a new foothold in Philadelphia as a part of the Jersey Crew, with illegal gambling and loansharking operations. Because of the bad relations between the two factions in Philadelphia's crime family, as well as both Taccetta and Accetturo taking advantage of the situation, the relationship between Philadelphia and the New York Families, especially the Luccheses, eventually turned worse than ever and cooperation between the families eventually ended. It was around this time that prominent Bruno member, DiNorscio, along with many others, defected to the New Jersey faction of the Lucchese crime family to earn greater profits and to avoid being killed.

Federal RICO (and other charges) trial

During the early 1980s, U.S. law enforcement started an operation to discover and prosecute all organized crime activities in the North Jersey area.

After a four-year-long investigation indictments were brought up toward 20 members of the Jersey Crew.[1] Accetturo was brought from Florida, the Taccetta brothers were arrested in Newark, and 17 other known members were put on trial for 76 Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) predicates. These charges of criminal activity claimed that the Lucchese Family participated in loansharking, extortion, racketeering, illegal gambling, money laundering, drug trafficking, arson, thefts, as well as murder and conspiracy to commit murder. In late 1986 and early 1987, the trial first began.

During the trial, DiNorscio went on to fire his lawyer and represent himself during the entire trial. Although not popular with Accetturo and Taccetta, DiNorscio is reported to have charmed the jury; as the trial ended in 1988, all twenty defendants were acquitted, with a great deal of "pull" attributed to the congenial personality demonstrated by DiNorscio while he represented himself against the charges. The prosecutors were stunned and it is claimed that the Jersey Crew went right back where they left off in their criminal enterprises before the RICO trial.[1]


^ a b Rudolph, Robert. The Boys from New Jersey: How the Mob Beat the Feds. 1992 [1]

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Current membersMade men
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  • Steven Crea
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Past membersMade men
  • Frankie Carbo
  • Ettore Coco
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  • Paul Vario
  • James Burke
  • Thomas DeSimone
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Family eventsHearings
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Social clubs
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  • Mafia Commission Trial (1986)
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  • See also: List of Lucchese crime family mobsters
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  • List of Italian-American mobsters
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and affiliated
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  • Cohen crime family (Both an American Mafia and Jewish Mafia family)
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  • East Harlem Purple Gang (Semi-independent, most closely affiliated with Genovese family)
  • Five Points Gang
  • Forty-Two Gang
  • Italian-American National Union
  • Marat Balagula gang (Russian Mafia, affiliated with Lucchese)
  • Murder, Inc. (Italian and Jewish, closely affiliated with or part of the American Mafia)
  • National Crime Syndicate (Mostly Italian and Jewish)
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  • Westies (largely defunct)
Other topicsGovernment
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