mafia-style crime

Early accounts by informants described mafia groups in the United States and Italy as consisting of bosses, lieutenants and soldiers who controlled territories and run profitable criminal enterprises with these groups ("families"). These accounts provided the essence of the hierarchical model of organized crime, operating with a clear structure, ranking, and organization.

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