Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Welcome CJ350 Organized Crime. Welcome Thank you for attending our seminar. This is a graded seminar, so please participate and ask/answer question. When.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Welcome CJ350 Organized Crime. Welcome Thank you for attending our seminar. This is a graded seminar, so please participate and ask/answer question. When."— Presentation transcript:

1 Welcome CJ350 Organized Crime

2 Welcome Thank you for attending our seminar. This is a graded seminar, so please participate and ask/answer question. When have a question please raise your hand by typing “?”. When you end saying something type //. Please do not have side bar conversations with other students. Please speak to everybody in attendance. Let’s get started

3 Thank you for your efforts that you have shown so far on our Discussion Boards and our seminar. Thank you

4 Project 1: What have I Learned So Far? FIRST, THINK ABOUT THE PROJECT DUE AT THE END OF THIS WEEK. THE DIRECTIONS FOR THIS PAPER LIST FOUR AREAS TO BE ADDRESSED IN THE PAPER. IF YOU WANT A GOOD GRADE, COVER THEM ALL!! USE YOUR RUBRIC IN THE DOC SHARING FOLDER.

5 Project 1: What have I Learned So Far? I ENCOURAGE YOU TO USE THE KAPLAN WRITING CENTER. THEY CAN HELP YOU WRITE THE TYPE OF PAPER INSTRUCTORS AT THE 300/400 LEVEL ARE LOOKING FOR!!

6 Content / Development 70 Points Points Earned XX/70 Additional Comments: All key elements of the assignment are covered in a substantive way. The student Demonstrated their understanding of organized crime:  Discussed the major areas concerning the foundations and definitions of organized crime.  Discussed how organized crime gained a foothold in the United States.  Discussed how organized crime groups sought to influence government.  Discussed the organization of organized crime groups in the post-Prohibition era. The paper is 2-4 pages in length. The paper develops a central theme or idea, directed toward the appropriate audience. Major points are stated clearly, are supported by specific details, examples, or analysis, and are organized logically. The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. The conclusion is logical, flows from the body of the paper, and reviews the major points. Project 1: What have I Learned So Far? Grading Rubric CJ350 Organized Crime

7 Readability and Style 15 Points Points Earned XX/15 Additional Comments: Paragraph transitions are present and logical and maintain the flow throughout the paper. The tone is appropriate to the content and assignment. Sentences are complete, clear, and concise. Sentences are well-constructed, with consistently strong, varied sentences. Mechanics 15 Points Points Earned XX/15 Additional Comments: The paper, including the title page, reference page, tables, and appendices follow APA guidelines for format. Citations of original works within the body of the paper follow APA guidelines. The paper is laid out with effective use of headings, font styles, and white space. Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed. Spelling is correct. Weeks Late x 5% points Total 100 Points Points Earned XX/100 Overall Comments:

8 ORGANIZED CRIME NEWS A former student sent me this website: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090317/ap_on_re_us/mob_murders_trial Mafia assassin convicted in 4 NYC murders By TOM HAYS, Associated Press Writer Tue Mar 17, 4:17 pm ET NEW YORK – An aging hit man once used as an enforcer by mob boss John Gotti was convicted on Tuesday in the cold-blooded slayings of four people, including a security guard gunned down during an armored car heist in 1990.

9 A federal jury deliberated over four days in Brooklyn before reaching the guilty verdicts against 62-year-old Charles Carneglia. The decision followed a six-week trial that debuted a key Mafia turncoat also expected to testify against Gotti's son. Jurors acquitted Carneglia of conspiracy in a fifth slaying, which claimed a court officer in 1976. They said they ended their deliberations undecided about a related murder count. Prosecutors portrayed Carneglia as a feared Gambino organized crime family soldier who was eager to please his superiors. In one instance — an ambush in the World Trade Center parking lot — he pumped four bullets into a man who ignored an invitation by the elder Gotti to a social club in 1990.

10 "The defendant's value to the Gambino family is he's a killer," Assistant U.S. Attorney Evan Norris said during closing arguments. "He excelled at intimidation and violence.“ Defense attorneys insisted their client was a mob misfit who drank too much to ever be a reliable assassin. He even broke the rules by growing a bushy beard — his "personal way of defying the mob," said attorney Curtis Farber. Carneglia was arrested last year in what authorities described as one of the largest roundups ever of suspected members and associates of a New York organized crime family. Since then, 60 of the defendants have pleaded guilty to lesser charges, and one case was dropped.

11 In a separate case in Manhattan, John "Junior" Gotti has pleaded not guilty to charges alleging he was involved in three slayings in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He also is charged with possessing and trafficking cocaine. Gotti's childhood friend and self-described "rat," John Alite, has been cooperating as part of a plea deal and is expected to testify against the Gambino scion later this year. He testified at Carneglia's trial that the younger Gotti — who rose through the ranks while his famous father ruled the New York mob in the 1980s and '90s — organized the World Trade Center hit. "It was his first job as a captain, and he wanted to get it right," the witness said. The result left Gotti "elated," he added.

12 Besides the parking lot ambush, Carneglia was convicted in the killing of Jose Delgado Rivera, a 57-year-old security guard who was shot in the back during the armored car holdup at John F. Kennedy International airport in 1990. The two other murder convictions involved a rival mobster stabbed in 1977 during a fight outside a diner and a Gambino associate killed in 1983 during an argument with Carneglia over money. The case produced one of the gorier allegations to emerge recently in mob lore: that the body of John Favara — a neighbor killed for accidentally running over the elder Gotti's 12-year-old son — was dissolved in a vat of acid. Carneglia wasn't charged in the killing, but jurors were allowed to hear testimony that he was involved in disposing of bodies.

13 Carneglia faces a possible life term at his June sentencing.

14 ORGANIZED CRIME ___ _____ thinks they have the best pizza in the country, _________ actually does!!

15 ORGANIZED CRIME New York thinks they have the best pizza in the country, Chicago actually does!!

16 The Chicago Outfit This week's seminar will cover the evolution of the Chicago Outfit from Al Capone to the present day. Among the topics will be the extent of political corruption that allowed organized crime to flourish in Chicago and the current state of the Chicago Outfit.

17 The Chicago Outfit OC in Chicago is traceable to the mayor’s race of 1873, when __?__ ______ backed the winning candidate. Until he died in 1907, He controlled mayors, congressmen, and senators. He also controlled gambling, bribed police and city officials, and influenced every election via biased articles in his newspaper, __?__ _____.

18 The Chicago Outfit OC in Chicago is traceable to the mayor’s race of 1873, when Mike McDonald backed the winning candidate. Until he died in 1907, McDonald controlled mayors, congressmen, and senators. McDonald also controlled gambling, bribed police and city officials, and influenced every election via biased articles in his newspaper, The Globe.

19 The Chicago Outfit Key Figures Michael “___?__ ____” Kenna John “_____?_____” Coughlin James “____?___ ___” Colosimo Johnny Torrio Alphonse “____?____” Capone Dion O’Bannion Frank __?___ Paul Ricca Tony Accardo __?_ Giancana Joseph Ferriola Sam Carlisi John “No-Nose” DiFronzo

20 The Chicago Outfit Key Figures Michael “Hinky Dink” Kenna John “Bathhouse” Coughlin James “Diamond Jim” Colosimo Johnny Torrio Alphonse “Scarface” Capone Dion O’Bannion Frank Nitti Paul Ricca Tony Accardo Sam Giancana Joseph Ferriola Sam Carlisi John “No-Nose” DiFronzo

21 CHICAGO STREET CREWS While New York OC has five Families, Chicago’s Outfit is organized as street crews; each crew is associated with a ____?______ ____.

22 CHICAGO STREET CREWS While New York OC has five Families, Chicago’s Outfit is organized as street crews; each crew is associated with a geographic area.

23 CHICAGO STREET CREWS ___?_____ is a primary activity of each crew, but crews also have criminal specialties: Grand Avenue: burglary 26 th Street: truck hijacking North Side/Rush Street: _____?______, porn Chicago Heights: __?_ _____, chop shops Grand Street and Elmwood Park: theft from semitrailers parked in railway freight yards

24 CHICAGO STREET CREWS Gambling is a primary activity of each crew, but crews also have criminal specialties: Grand Avenue: burglary 26 th Street: truck hijacking North Side/Rush Street: prostitution, porn Chicago Heights: auto theft, chop shops Grand Street and Elmwood Park: theft from semitrailers parked in railway freight yards

25 The OUTFIT TODAY In 1990, ___?_____ were announced against First Ward ______?_______ and gangsters most of whom were subsequently found guilty..

26 The OUTFIT TODAY In 1990, indictments were announced against First Ward politicians and gangsters most of whom were subsequently found guilty..

27 The OUTFIT TODAY In 1992, Mayor Richard J, Daley put an end to the long and sordid reign of the First Ward. He did this by ____?_________ _________ ________.

28 The OUTFIT TODAY In 1992, Mayor Richard J, Daley put an end to the long and sordid reign of the First Ward. He did this by redrawing aldermanic districts. The Loop, the Central Business District, and the Michigan Avenue Shopping areas were placed in the Forty Second Ward. The First ward was now comprised of parts from neighboring wards, which ensured that a Latino alderman was elected.

29 The OUTFIT TODAY The outfit has been able to keep control over gambling, prostitution, control of the unions and related activities. Leadership of the Outfit is staying away from business operations that may require violence. Organized Crime related murders have been reduced to one in 1999 and a second in 2001.

30 Lucky Luciano (1) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuYNZwmenY8 Lucky Luciano (2) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zYC-ygUSwM Lucky Luciano

31 THANK YOU FOR YOUR HARD WORK CJ350 Organized Crime


Download ppt "Welcome CJ350 Organized Crime. Welcome Thank you for attending our seminar. This is a graded seminar, so please participate and ask/answer question. When."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google