Who is Albert "Tiny" Manzo?

There's a sudden search boom on Albert "Tiny" Manzo connected with The Real Housewives of New Jersey Reunion. So, how do Albert "Tiny" Manzo connects with The Real Housewives of New Jersey? Well, Albert Manzo was the father-in-law of the two housewives, Dina and Caroline.

Albert "Tiny" Manzo was executed mob-style in August 1983, after he and Gambino family soldier Peter A. Campisi were suspected of skimming from a mob casino on Staten Island. "A couple of weeks later, they found Tiny Manzo in the trunk of his car," recalled Robert Buccino, a New Jersey organized crime expert.

The 350-pound mobster took four slugs to his torso. His naked body - the arms and legs bound in plastic - was discovered in the trunk of his parked Lincoln-Continental outside a supermarket in Hillside, N.J. The killing was never solved.

Campisi, a made man and Tiny's partner in the casino, suffered a similar fate, Buccino recalled.

The colorful Manzo, who ran for mayor of Paterson in 1974, also owned the Brownstone Restaurant - one of the main backdrops for action in "Housewives."

That's what I know about Albert "Tiny" Manzo. If you know something about Tiny that weren't here, please feel free to leave a comment. As for Albert Manzo's photo, I can't find any.


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