Los Angeles Crime Family - Historical Membership - Informants

Informants

  • Frank "Bomp" Bompensiero (undercover informant)
  • Aladena "Jimmy The Weasal" Fratianno (government witness)
  • Craig Anthony "the Animal" Fiato (government witness)
  • Lawrence "Larry Boy" Fiato (government witness)
  • Stephen Mauriello (government witness)

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