|Full name||Richard Leonard Hernandez Kuklinski|
|Know as||Richard Kuklinski, Kuklinski, Richard|
|Birth place||Jersey City, New Jersey, United States|
|Lived||70 years, 10 month, 24 days|
|Work||The Iceman Confesses: Secrets of a Mafia Hitman|
|Height||6' 5" (1.96 m)|
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Richard Leonard Hernandez Kuklinski Biography:
He grew up to be a Mafia hitman, known as “The Iceman” for frequently immobilizing his casualties to confuse their time of departure. After being detained in 1986, he became enamored with the limelight, giving interviews to writers and shrinks, spilling regarding the myriad ways he had killed his victims and bragging about exactly how many lives he had taken up to 200. He died in prison in 2006. His mom, Anna McNally, was a devout Catholic, and his dad, Stanley, who worked on the railway, was a violent alcoholic who beat him often. He was the second of four kids, and his elder brother died from their parents’ mistreatment.
Kuklinski stated he started killing cats as a kid and graduated to his first murder in the age of 14 a teenager in a locality gang disposing of the body by removing any identifying mark; the body was never located. He told a penitentiary interviewer after that his first kill made him feel “empowered.” From the eighth grade, Kuklinski had dropped from school.
Emboldened by the kill, Kuklinski started killing anyone who annoyed him loudmouths who reminded him of his dad, opponents at the pool table, among various others. The west side of New York City became his testing ground, honing his “gifts”; the authorities believed that rats were killing each other.
She found that he was already married with two sons, but he was intimate and consistent. When she eventually expressed uncertainties about union, he pierced her back using a hunting knife and told her that he could not live without her, she later said. They married, had three kids and lived in suburban New Jersey, where he was an usher at mass, held backyard grills and organized excursions to Disney World.
Kuklinski’s zealous unlawful career comprised robbery, hijackings and porn, but homicide was his forte. He earned Mafia esteem at age 18 by economically and unquestioningly killing a random guy chosen for him about the pavement. He also worked for Newark’s DeCavalcante crime family and New York City’s Five Families, like the Gambinos. In a towering 6’5″, weighing an ultimate 300 pounds and covered in tats, Kuklinski had an imposing and fearsome impact. His curriculum vitae for killing contained firearms, ice picks, hand grenades, crossbows and chainsaws, but his favourite approach to homicide, he had after proudly admit, was a nasal-spray bottle full of cyanide.
Richard Kuklinski was captured in December 1986, at age 51, and incarcerated for life in 1988. In prison, he allowed interviews with writers, psychiatrists and criminologists, waxing hyperbolic about exactly how many guys he killed up to 200 and appearing in two HBO documentaries. He first denied subsequently maintained participation in the passing of teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance and death. Kuklinski expired on March 5, 2006, in Trenton, New Jersey, under mysterious conditions. He was set to testify in a different crime family homicide, and had told family members before his departure he had been poisoned. Law enforcement officials consider that Kuklinski was responsible for somewhere between 100-200 homicides.