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Five Points Gang - Rise To Power
... As the Five Points Gang became more experienced, Kelly and his lieutenants saw the money to be made by supporting corrupt politicians in their election bids ... In one incident Kelly, Torrio and 50 Five Pointers were in a gun battle with a similarly sized force of Eastman's gang ... A Tammany Hall deputy named Tom Foley brought Kelly and Eastman together and told them that neither would receive any political protection if they did not resolve the border dispute ...
Five Points Gang - Origins
... Paolo Antonio Vaccarelli, also known as Paul Kelly, formed the Italian Five Points Gang ... During the gang's later years, Kelly's second-in-command was John Torrio, who helped form a national crime syndicate in the United States ... Kelly and Torrio recruited members from other gangs in New York to join the Five Points organization ...
John Kelly - People - Armed Forces People
... John Kelly (Royal Navy officer) (1871–1936), British Admiral of the Fleet John D ... Kelly (Medal of Honor) (1923–1944), American soldier, World War II Medal of Honor recipient John D ... Kelly (1928–1952), USMC, Korean War Medal of Honor recipient John F ...
Eugene Kelly
... Eugene Kelly (born 1965) is a Scottish musician who is a member of the group The Vaselines, a founding member of the now disbanded Eugenius and has had a number of solo ... Eugene Kelly formed The Vaselines in Glasgow, Scotland in 1986 with Frances McKee and was a member until 1989 when the band split up the week their first ... In 1990, Kelly formed Captain America but was forced to change the name after an objection from Marvel Comics ...
Kelly - Other Uses
... Kelly (album) by Kelly Price Kelly (musical), 1965 musical by Mark Charlap Kelly (TV series), Northern Ireland TV series Kelly criterion, a mathematical way to balance risks Kelly ... sitcom on the WB television network Kelly Services, employment agency Kelly tool, used in fire and rescue services for forcible entry ...