The infamous Capri Hotel in Havana, Cuba which was run by Genovese family mobsters and frequented by their degenerate Hollywood friends until revolutionary Fidel Castro booted their sorry asses out of the country in 1959 has re-opened -- this time under legitimate ownership -- as reported by The Associated Press:
Built in late 1957, the Capri enjoyed a brief but madcap run as one of the flashiest mob joints of the time. Charles Tourine (The Blade,) managed the nightclub, while Nicholas di Costanzo (The Fat Butcher) ran the casino. The two were lesser-known henchmen associated with more notorious bosses like Meyer Lansky and Santo Trafficante.
Any man who sent the Mafia running can't be all bad, and for that we thank you comrade Castro.
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