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Who's Who

The names and short biographies of the people mentioned on the website.

This list represents the people involved in the Mafia Cops conspiracy; names are in alphabetical order by surname and divided according to the appropriate categories, providing short biographies and notes on the relationships to Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa. We will be adding additional people as the podcasts are broadcast, so that our visitors can follow along with a "Who's Who."


Louis "Louie" Eppolito was born in Brooklyn, New York on July 22nd, 1948. The son of Ralph "Fats the Gangster," a bookie for the Gambino Crime Family and Tessie, a registered nurse, Louie was raised alongside his older sister, Pauline. From an early age, Louie was instilled with a code of conduct focusing on respect, family, and honor. 

At the age of 20, he joined the NYC Police Department as a trainee. On July 1st, 1969, Louie graduated from the NYPD Police Academy.


Stephen Caracappa (1941–2017) had worked in the NYPD's organized crime unit in Brooklyn, New York, since the late 1970s before he eventually retired on a disability pension in 1992. He subsequently worked as a private investigator and retired in the mid-1990s, moving to Las Vegas along with Eppolito. Caracappa worked inside the Las Vegas Women's Correctional Facility as a correctional officer. While on trial in 2006, both he and Eppolito claimed that they were discriminated against during the proceedings.


Vittorio "Little Vic" Amuso (born 1934 Canarsie, Brooklyn) is a New York mobster and boss of the Lucchese crime family. He was described as a "Deadly Don" by Assistant United States Attorney Charles Rose.[1] Amuso's reign is credited to one of the most bloodiest periods in American Mafia history during the late 1980s and early 1990s, alongside his former underboss and close protégé Anthony Casso, who turned informer against him in 1994. Since the death of Colombo crime family boss Carmine Persico in March 2019, Amuso is currently the longest-serving crime family boss of the Five Families and American Mafia, dating back to 1987. Amuso has been serving a life sentence since 1992 and is currently allocated at the Federal Correctional Institution, Cumberland, in Maryland, on murder and racketeering charges.[2]


Bruce Cutler (born April 29, 1948) is an Americancriminal defense lawyer best known for having defended John Gotti, and for media appearances as a legal commentator. 


Anthony Salvatore Casso (born May 21, 1942) is an American mobster and former underboss of the Lucchese crime family. During his career in organized crime, Casso was regarded as a "homicidal maniac" in the mafia as he admitted to the government responsibility for 36 murders but most likely committed many more.[1] Former Lucchese captain and government witness Anthony Accetturo once said of Casso, "all he wanted to do is kill, kill, get what you can, even if you didn't earn it."[2] In interviews and on the witness stand, Casso has confessed involvement in the murders of Frank DeCicco, Roy DeMeo, and Vladimir Reznikov. Casso has also admitted to several attempts to murder Gambino family boss John Gotti.

Following his arrest in 1993, Casso became one of the highest-ranking members of the Mafia to turn informer. In 1998, however, the US government rescinded Casso's plea agreement and dropped him from the witness protection program. Later that year, a federal judge sentenced him to 455 years in prison.


Stephen Corso was a Certified Public Accountant working in Connecticut when he was accused of stealing more than $5 million from his clients, the IRS, and even his own business partners.  After an investigation he was notified of a pending indictment.  He fled to Las Vegas, where he took out multiple casino markers and spent the weekend drinking, gambling, and enjoying the company of various women.  

To avoid arrest upon his return, Corso had his lawyer set him up with a meeting with the F.B.I.   He agreed to become a confidential informant (CI) in an effort to avoid prison.  


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A telephone conversation between Anthony Casso and the Mafia Cops' alternate attorneys where Casso exonerates the defendants.
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