Charles-Luc Gambeaux (1909-1992) became the most prominent figure in organized crime following the murder of Sylvestre Maupin (1878-1930). Gambon was a brilliant organizer, managing to forge a syndicate of the major factions within the Pègre, the so-called Four Families, into a body that was called The Tribunal. His famille still bears his name. When Charles-Luc retired in 1983, his brother and son continued to run the organization until 1998 when the former died and the latter also decided to retire (he died in 2000).
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