Mob Boss Power Statistics

Mob bosses typically have a high degree of power and influence within their criminal organization, allowing them to control various criminal activities and amass significant wealth and authority.

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"The Italian Mafia is estimated to be the wealthiest crime syndicate, with an annual turnover of $100 billion."

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Statistic 2

"In 2013, the Sicilian Mafia was estimated to have 5,000 members."

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"It is believed that the Russian Mafia controls over 40% of Russia's economy."

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Statistic 4

"A report by Europol estimates that organized crime groups in the European Union earn about $140 billion per year."

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"According to UNODC, the global illicit trade market, which is often controlled by organized crime groups, is estimated to be worth $870 billion per year."

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"The Japanese Yakuza is thought to have about 28,200 members."

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"In Japan, the number of Yakuza members has decreased from 184,100 in 1963 to 30,500 in 2017."

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"The Calabrian 'Ndrangheta mafia is estimated to control 80% of Europe's cocaine trade."

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Statistic 9

"According to UNODC, organized crime groups are the principal cause of homicide in many countries, accounting for at least 19% of all homicides in 2012."

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