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Many exiled Cubans blamed Kennedy for the failure of 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion of Cuba.
The Cosa Nostra felt betrayed when Kennedy's brother and Attorney General, Robert Kennedy, opened a strong legal assault on the mob, despite the mob's alleged support for Kennedy in the 1960 presidential election.
Bonanno said that he realized the degree of Cosa Nostra involvement in the assassination when he witnessed on television Jack Ruby, an associate of Chicago Outfit mobster Sam Giancana, killing Kennedy assassin Lee Harvey Oswald while in police custody.
Bonanno also claimed in the book that he had discussed the assassination of President John F.
Bonanno's autobiography, Bound by Honor: A Mafioso's Story, was published by St. In his memoir, Bonanno theorized that Cuban exiles and the Cosa Nostra murdered President John F. He stated that several Cosa Nostra families shared close ties with members of the Cuban exile movement dating back to the mob casinos in Havana before the Cuban Revolution.
According to Bonanno, both the Cubans and the Cosa Nostra hated Kennedy enough to kill him.
The Bonannos were looking to buy him out for million.
In 1968, after a heart attack, Joseph ended the family warfare by agreeing to retire as boss and move to Arizona.
Salvatore Vincent "Bill" Bonanno (November 5, 1932 – January 1, 2008) was the son of Cosa Nostra boss Joseph Bonanno.
Although his father never intended for him to be the underboss of the Bonanno crime family, his appointment to high positions in the syndicate precipitated a "mob war" which led to the Bonanno family's exile to Arizona.
During Joseph's two-year absence, Bonanno mobster Gaspar Di Gregorio took advantage of family discontent over Bill's role to claim family leadership.
Supported by the Mafia Commission, the Di Gregorio revolt led to four years of strife in the Bonanno family, labeled by the media as the "Bananas Wars".