|'Crazy Horse' Vialli|
'Crazy Horse' Vialli was a key member of the Barzini family.
A tough soldato under Pietro Testa, Vialli and Joe Vesuvius were known as pioneers in the Barzini family, as they infiltrated Brooklyn and became business partners with members of the Tattaglia family. Vialli set up a stronghold in Wright Wronsky's, a butchers in Brooklyn, and Vesuvius became the owner of the Saint Elia Warehouse. The deals were secured by through Virgil Sollozzo, who was allies with both families and had free use of Joe's Diner on Vesuvius's lot.
In 1946, Brooklyn was infiltrated by the Corleone family, in vengeance for the Tattaglias taking over Little Italy. Vialli was also taken down, and his business became another part of the Corleone's racket chain.