Clericuzio crime family
Don Domenico Clericuzio.
In: Sicily
Founded by: Croccifixio Clericuzio
Years active: 1900-present
Territory: All New York state. Other territories are in Nevada (as well Las Vegas) and California
Ethnicity: Italian, Italian-American
Criminal activities: (labor) racketeering, conspiracy, illegal gambling, drug trafficking, bribery, extortion, contract killing, counterfeiting, fencing, hijacking, political corruption, loan sharking, money laundering, murder, fraud, prostitution, rape
Rivals: Santadio family
The Clericuzio crime family was a criminal organization that originated as a small but violent clan in Sicily before moving to the United States, controlled by Domenico Clericuzio.


The Clericuzio family began many years ago in Sicily where they defeated the Forlenza family by murdering Pietro Forlenza on his sickbed. When Benito Mussolini rose to power in Italy, the Clericuzios opposed him with force. They murdered the local Fascist prefect, they attacked Fascist garrisons, and when Mussolini gave a speech in Palermo they stole his prized bowler hat and umbrella imported from England.

Because of this, there was a massive concentration of armed forces in their province. Five hundred members of the Clericuzio clan were killed outright, while another five hundred were exiled to the arid islands in the Mediterranean that served as penal colonies. Only the very heart of the Clericuzio survived, and the family shipped young Domenico Clericuzio to America, where he managed to thrive and form a successful business empire.

Historical leadershipEdit


Street boss (front boss)Edit



Clericuzio family structureEdit




Don: Croccifixio De Lena.

Underboss: Santino Vittorio.

Consigliere: Lia Vazzi.

Caporegimes: Giordano Jilani. Macario Necchi. Orsino Lira. Italio Orso. Leonzio Rira.

Soldati: Ivone Tecchio. Mattia Costa. Tiziano De Luca. Araldo D'Angelo. Aldo Urso. Jerrazo Eramo.

Ricco Caponera. Michele Di Salvo. Benvenuto Cino. Aurelio Falsetta. Battiste D'Amore. Doriano Fracca.

Virgilio Santini. Ettore Cini. Enzo Cipriani. Esidore Corte. Nicholas Italiano. Dario Capello. Cassio Basile.

Aureliano Ferrero.

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