Good friends are hard to come by - and most aren’t as hardcore as world kickboxing champion Rico Verhoeven. When a feared outlaw biker boss was beating up a good friend of his, Verhoeven paid the man a visit to tell him to cut it out.
The visit came out in Dutch court…Continue
Four men who hired a private jet to smuggle half a ton of cocaine into the United Kingdom from Colombia have been jailed following a National Crime Agency (NCA) investigation. Following a four-week trial, today a jury found four men guilty of coke smuggling.
49-year-old Martin James Neil and…Continue
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A senior leader of the Aryan Circle (AC) and two subordinate gang members pleaded guilty this week to being an accessory-after-the-fact to racketeering murder. 38-year-old David Wayne Williams - photo above, a senior leader in the gang, and 43-year-old Leland Hamm pleaded guilty to their role in…Continue
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Crime may pay, but the government will try very hard to get that ill-gotten money from you. Not just that, they will send you off to prison for good measure. Just ask Bonanno family capo Ronald “Ronnie G” Giallanzo.
On Wednesday, he was sentenced to 14 years in prison for…Continue
He was convicted of a crime and he’s doing the time. Genovese crime family mobster Salvatore Delligatti (photo above) had previously been found guilty of racketeering and murder conspiracy charges and today was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
When facing such a harsh sentence, guys usually decide…Continue
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A former Los Angeles County deputy sheriff pleaded guilty on Monday to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana as part of an interstate drug trafficking scheme in which the deputy agreed to use his position as a law enforcement officer to ensure the successful transport of…Continue
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Some call it getting your money back from thieves in suits, others call it a crime. Robbing banks isn’t frowned upon, but it’s still illegal. That’s why 21-year-old Pedro Benitez (photo above) was sentenced to over 10 years in prison on Friday for his role in several armed robberies in…Continue
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George Christie was a leader in the Hells Angels, the world’s most notorious outlaw motorcycle club. After seeing how the biker world changed and grew more violent, he decided to get out and start a new life and career in the spotlight. “When you run out of people to fight, you turn on each other,” he…Continue
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We’ve heard the story before. A bunch of elderly gangsters chatting each other up for one last score, the biggest of their careers. It’s the story of King of Thieves as well. But the difference is that this plot is based on the true story of the 2015 Hatton Garden…Continue
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By Christian Cipollini
Murder Incorporated. Catchy name for a bunch of hired killers, isn’t it? So where did such a clever, sinister and aptly-dubbed moniker originate? While there will probably always be some conjecture…Continue
Added by Gangsters Inc. on August 10, 2018 at 6:59am — No Comments
When vandals attacked Philadelphia Mafia capo Dominick Grande’s South Philly home, smashing all the windows, and yelling “Fuck Joe!”, news reporter Dave Schratwieser was on the scene and…Continue
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Capping a three-year investigation by the Los Angeles Strike Force, authorities on Wednesday morning arrested 20 defendants named in a series of indictments that allege the smuggling of large quantities of narcotics from Mexico on behalf of the Sinaloa Cartel.
The investigation –…Continue
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At Gangsters Inc. you can reach your audience directly and immediately. Since 2001 we have built a great brand that our readers trust and love. Of…Continue
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Two brothers were sentenced to decades behind bars on Thursday for their roles in an El Paso-based drug trafficking organization. 39–year-old Oscar Fierro-Sanchez and 38–year-old Ricardo Fierro-Sanchez were handed sentences of 40 years and 20 years, respectively, in federal prison followed by ten…Continue
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A Colombian drug trafficker was sentenced to 21 years in federal prison on Thursday for cocaine smuggling. 54-year-old Jorge Eliecer Cifuentes-Cuero was a principal member of his Colombian and…Continue
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A member of the Genovese crime family has been charged with a 1997 murder-for-hire. 61-year-old John Tortora Jr. was arrested Thursday morning in Yonkers by FBI agents and Yonkers PD detectives for his alleged role in the death of Richard Ortiz.
29-year-old Ortiz was stabbed to death in Yonkers on…Continue
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Former Hells Angels leader George Christie (photo above) is touring the country with his critically acclaimed one-man show, Outlaw. After packed performances in Ventura, Santa Barbara and Palm Desert, California, as well as Las Vegas and St. Louis, he is coming to Los Angeles for an August 2…Continue
Added by Gangsters Inc. on July 29, 2018 at 6:18am — No Comments
Everyone’s favorite sleazy lawyer is back! Season 4 of Better Call Saul premiers August 6th on AMC. The upcoming season looks set to be action packed, with Jimmy McGill on the verge of becoming Saul Goodman and Mike increasing his ties to drug lord Gus Fring.
After three seasons we have…Continue
Added by Gangsters Inc. on July 27, 2018 at 12:10pm — No Comments
One of Colombia’s most powerful drug cartels had enough of losing cocaine shipments and placed a $70,000-dollar price on the head of their main nemesis: a police dog. The German shepherd named Sombra, which translates as Shadow, has had so much success in sniffing out the cartel’s product that she has…Continue
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