Aniello Migliore

Aniello "Neil" Migliore (born October 2, 1933) is a New York City mobster, and acting leader of the Lucchese crime family. Migliore was a close associate of family bosses Gaetano "Tommy" Lucchese and Anthony "Tony Ducks" Corallo. Migliore was born in Queens. As a teenager he was recruited by capo Joseph Lorato, and began controlling some illegal gambling operations in Queens. By the time he was twenty-one, in 1957, Migliore was earning $50,000 a day. On November 14, 1957, Migliore was suspected to have missed the famous Apalachin Meeting, a national Cosa Nostra summit in Apalachin, New York which was broken up by law enforcement. The next day he was in a car accident while driving through Binghamton most likely picking up boss Gaetano "Tommy" Lucchese and underboss Stefano "Steve" LaSalle. After the death of Tommy Lucchese, in the 1970s, Migliore was promoted to capo in the family. He controlled illegal gambling (numbers games) in Queens and was involved in labor racketeering in New York City's construction and trucking industries.

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Date of birth
October 2nd, 1933
Nationality
United States of America

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