Mr. Mangano was convicted of bookmaking
on four occasions by the New York City Police Dept. as follows:
On 10/7/46, he received a $50 fine;
On 5/15/47, he received a $200 fine;
On 10/8/50, he received a $200 fine or a 60-day jail term;
On 2/21/61, he received a $250 fine or 25 days and sentenced to
A 90-day jail term.
By order dated 8/6/81, the U.S. District Court of Pa. found Mr.
Mangano in civil contempt for refusing, without just cause, to
provide testimony after having been granted immunity. He was incarcerated
from 8/18/81 until 4/22/82.
Mr. Mangano is listed in the Dintino report and in testimony before
the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary as a "caporegime"
in the Genovese crime family.
Testimony of Joseph Coffee of the N.Y. State Organized Crime Task
Force in the GNOC hearing before the Commission on 9/9/86 identified
Mr. Mangano as a "capo in the Genovese family."
The respondent is alleged to be an associate of Anthony Salerno,
alleged "boss" of the Genovese Organized crime family.
On 6/4/84, Mr. Mangano was videotaped by the FBI meeting with