The Mayor of Corleone, Sicily -- the birthplace of the fictional mafia boss Vito Corleone from the legendary film "The Godfather" 6 has apologized for the town's long association with La Cosa Nostra and also declared that mob activity no longer plagues it.
What does LCN stand for?
LCN stands for La Cosa Nostra
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We have 98 other meanings of LCN in our Acronym Attic
- Laurier Centre for Music Therapy Research (Canada)
- Long-Chain Mono-Unsaturated
- Lake County Mac Users Group (Penn Valley, CA)
- Least Cost Matrix Value
- Lightweight Counter-Mortar Radar
- Linearly Constrained Minimum Variance
- Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis Virus
- Linear Combination of Modified Valence Atomic Orbital
- Livingston County Michigan Works
- La Coka Nostra (hip-hop group)
Samples in periodicals archive:
After converting to Christianity, the former Mob Captain of the Colombo crime faction of La Cosa Nostra is living a free and productive life which includes activities with a youth outreach program.
30 Carlisle The Gambino family is one of the Five Families who dominate organised crime activities in New York City within the nationwide mafia or La Cosa Nostra.
From brief biographies of prominent black gangsters, to their connections to La Cosa Nostra and its assimilation of the numbers racket, to the fascinating (and disturbing) tale of how gangs carried out their business while behind bars, Black Gangsters of Chicago is a thorough exploration of an oft-overlooked aspect of the seedier side of Chicago's past.
Directed by John Gotti to "make sure that only one of you comes out of the operating room breathing" on one hand, yet threatened with ruin by mayor Giuliani on the other, he had to make the choice of a lifetime between loyalty to La Cosa Nostra and adherence to the Hippocratic Oath.
Frank Keating's resignation from the Catholic bishops' National Review Board underscores the problem of secrecy in the church hierarchy, which he compared to La Cosa Nostra, whose capos are sworn to silence.
In an interview with the Los Angeles times, he said, "to act like La Cosa Nostra and hide and suppress, I think, is very unhealthy.
He told Manhattan Federal Court: "Nobody's gonna respect us if we have a gay boss discussing La Cosa Nostra business.