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Buscetta and New
In 1970 Buscetta was arrested in New York.

Buscetta and 2000
** Tommaso Buscetta, Italian mafioso ( d. 2000 )
* Tommaso Buscetta ( 1928 – 2000 ) was the first important pentito against the Sicilian Mafia.
Tommaso Buscetta (; 13 July 1928 – 2 April 2000 ) was a Sicilian mafioso.

Buscetta and out
Buscetta married three times and had six children, and at one point, he was briefly suspended from the Mafia for walking out on his first wife, adultery being a greater crime than murder in the eyes of his fellow mobsters.

Buscetta and .
After an interview, Falcone became convinced that Buscetta was genuine and treated him with respect.
This premise became known as the Buscetta theorem.
Tommaso Buscetta ( in sunglasses ), the first important pentito of Italian Mafia, escorted in a court of law.
In the wake of the Maxi Trial in 1986-87, and after the testimony of Tommaso Buscetta, the term was more often used for former members of the Sicilian Mafia who abandoned their organization and started helping in investigations.
Among the most famous Mafia pentiti is Tommaso Buscetta, the first important pentito.
In the period until the 1990s, there were very few, albeit significant, pentiti such as Tommaso Buscetta, Salvatore Contorno, Antonino Calderone, etc.
* Salvatore Contorno ( born 1946 ) started to collaborate in October 1984, following the example of Buscetta.
After the Ciaculli Massacre in 1963, Buscetta fled to the United States where the local Gambino crime family helped him to get started in the pizza business.
Buscetta moved on to Brazil where he set up a drug trafficking network.
In 1972 Buscetta was arrested and tortured by the Brazilian military regime, and subsequently extradited to Italy where he began a life sentence for the earlier double murder conviction.
Arrested once more in 1983, Buscetta was sent back to Italy.
Buscetta asked to talk to Giovanni Falcone and began his life as an informant.
Buscetta ( in sunglasses ) is led into court at the Maxi Trial, circa 1986.
Buscetta revealed the existence and workings of the Sicilian Mafia Commission.
This premise became known as the Buscetta theorem and would be recognised legally with the confirmation of the Maxi Trial sentence in January 1992.
As a reward for his help, Buscetta was allowed to live in the USA under a new identity in the Witness Protection Program.
In an interview with the Italian journalist Enzo Biagi, Buscetta cheerfully bragged that he lost his virginity at the age of eight to a prostitute who charged him just a bottle of olive oil.
Judges and policemen found Buscetta to be very polite and intelligent, albeit sometimes prone to vanity.
Like most informants, Buscetta was occasionally somewhat economical with the truth.
Only after the murders on Antimafia judges Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino, in 1992, did Buscetta decide to talk about the links between the Mafia and politicians.

died and New
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Sullivan, still believing his ailment to be yet another complication from a long-standing battle with ulcers, died five weeks later, on October 13, 1974, at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital.
In March 1860, Douglass ' youngest daughter Annie died in Rochester, New York, while he was still in England.
She returned to New York in May 1957, where she reunited with Fiorello four months before he died.
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