It was an offer the Dartmouth Library just couldn’t refuse. Diana and Bruce Rauner donated their expansive collection of author Mario Puzo’s papers to Dartmouth. The collection includes draft manuscripts, correspondence, and other records from Puzo’s long career as a novelist and…Continue
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A crime group that used corrupt baggage handlers to smuggle at least £16 million worth of drugs through London’s Heathrow Airport has been sentenced this week to a total of over 139 years in prison.
The drug pipeline was set up by four men: 30-year-old Damion Goodhall, 31-year-old Wilfred…Continue
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London is currently experiencing a sharp rise in violent knife attacks by youngsters causing death and sorrow amongst the city’s inhabitants. Though many voices can be heard screaming blame and pointing fingers, those…Continue
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Doing time is a trip. So much so that sharing a cell with one of America’s most notorious Mafia bosses seems like just another day in a world filled with violence and crazy inmates.…Continue
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Jose Miguel Battle Sr. is a little-known name in the annals of American organized crime. It’s a testament to his leadership abilities as the Cuban crime boss ruled a multi-billion-dollar criminal empire whilst flying below the radar. In his new book The Corporation, author T.J. English paints a vivid…Continue
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Over a decade ago, when his epic The Sopranos ended with a black screen, David Chase left us sitting in the dark. Now, just like that, he pulls us back out into the light with a prequel movie to his hit television series titled The Many Saints of Newark.
Set in the 1960s, the film…Continue
Added by Gangsters Inc. on March 9, 2018 at 11:00am — No Comments
Always know who you’re doing business with and what they’re capable of. That way you won’t end up like Harold, played by David Oyelowo. In the crime comedy Gringo he is sent to Mexico for a business deal, but ends up getting kidnapped by a drug cartel.
His bosses, played by Charlize Theron…Continue
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Mexican drug cartels may have replaced the Colombian narcos on the covers of magazines and frontpages of newspapers, but that doesn’t mean…Continue
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In the war on drugs things only get dirtier and grittier. The billions of dollars made from narcotics cause massive corruption and lawlessness, thousands of deaths and even more bloodshed. In Sicario 2: Soldado, filmmakers explore how far authorities will go in their quest to eliminate a problem…Continue
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Ronald Fino’s life sounds like a mix of The Godfather and James Bond. As the son of a Mafia capo, Fino ultimately decided the mob was not for him. Instead, he became an undercover operative for the FBI and CIA, traveling the world and cleaning up crime and corruption wherever he went. His…Continue
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Why do human trafficking rings always kidnap the wrong girl? Haven’t they seen Taken? Taken 2? Taken 3? In Acts of Violence these pimps are at it again when they take the fiancée of Roman. The woman also happens to be the sister of Roman's best friend Deklan. Both men are ex-Special Forces trained…Continue
Added by Gangsters Inc. on December 10, 2017 at 3:30pm — No Comments
If you place a bet with organized crime, you better pay up if you lose. Otherwise, you might get hurt. As is evidenced by the video below, which York Regional Police say shows a beating over an outstanding debt in an illegal Richmond Hill gaming den.
A big, muscular man with bald, shaved head can be…Continue
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Marijuana can now be bought legally in many states in the U.S. but back in the 1980s it was a high-priced and highly illegal commodity. As such it was smuggled into the country by traffickers who knew…Continue
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Becoming a gang member isn’t easy. And most gangsters are forced into the gang life because of poverty and a troublesome situation at home. They take to the streets to find a new family and find it in the older guys wearing colors that identify them as part of something bigger.
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Chicago mob boss Al Capone’s story never gets boring. It has been told in many ways and through the eyes of various of his associates and enemies. In Gangster Land, we get to see Capone through the eyes of his infamous…Continue
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Follow the money, seasoned investigators will tell you. You’ll never know where it will take you. In the new BBC crime series McMafia the money takes us around the world – from money launderers in Dubai, cyber criminals in India, black marketeers in Zagreb, and …Continue
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It was one of the biggest art heists in the world, the largest one in the United States. $500 million worth of paintings were stolen from Boston’s Gardner Art Museum. Investigators soon found that the theft had the Mafia’s fingerprints on it.
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There are two ways to rob a bank: Like an amateur or as a trained professional. California’s most successful robbery crew is set to make the score of a lifetime as they target a seemingly impossible heist on the Federal Reserve Bank in downtown…Continue
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It’s the scream that hits you. Then the gunshots. Followed by the realization that you’ve just watched and heard a mob hit. When Philadelphia crime family underboss Joseph “Joey Chang” Ciancaglini was shot in his diner in March of 1993 federal agents were watching and listening as well. It did little to help Joey Chang,…Continue