1992 Gotti is convicted on 13 racketeering counts, including the ordering of the murder of Paul Castellano, and sentenced to life in prison. Ten years later, he will die of throat cancer in a prison hospital. Gangland Community/Facebook
Royston Henry Shaw, also known as Roy "Pretty Boy" Shaw, Roy "Mean Machine" Shaw and Roy West, was an English millionaire, real estate investor, author and businessman from the East End of London who was formerly a criminal and Category A prisoner.
Benjamin Bugsy Siegel another famous and crazy gangster. He returned to NY from California during the Murder Inc. trials to kill any gangsters who may have talked to the police. He built the Flamingo in Las Vegas a few years later and stole money from the mob. He was killed in 1947. Gangland Community/Facebook
Owney Madden (left), New York's Public Enemy No. 2 as a gang leader in New York's Hell's Kitchen (the "Westies"), leaves the gates of Sing Sing Prison, Ossining, after spending a year behind bars for violation of parole on a manslaughter sentence. Madden has two more years on parole. Date Photographed: July 7, 1933