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Review: Street Legends 2 by Seth Ferranti



By David Amoruso



Author Seth Ferranti brings his readers true crime stories from inside prison. Interviewing imprisoned gangsters and crime bosses as well as law enforcement figures, he manages to paint a refreshing picture of the American gangland.



True crime is a very interesting genre. To its… Continue

Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 28, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments

Dutch Crime Boss Murdered In Broad Daylight

By David Amoruso



Another one bites the dust. On Monday, one of the most powerful gangsters in The Netherlands was the latest to be added to an impressive list of Dutch underworld murders. Crime boss Stanley Hillis (64) was shot to death as he sat in his SUV at an Amsterdam parking lot around 12.30 in the afternoon. According to local newspaper…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 23, 2011 at 1:00pm — 4 Comments

La Primula Rossa: The Story of Luciano Leggio (Part 2)

By Thom L. Jones



Part One - Part Two



Through 1958 tensions rose and it was becoming increasingly obvious that Doctor Navarra and Luciano Leggio were heading for a showdown. Navarra, despite being well educated and a man of the…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 20, 2011 at 6:00am — No Comments

Firepower, Dope and Bloodshed: Mexico Drug Cartels Branch Out to Foreign Continents

Firepower, Dope and Bloodshed: Mexico Drug Cartels Branch Out to Foreign Continents. What's the Real Story Behind This Unbelievable Invasion?



By Clarence Walker, Crime Journalist, Houston Texas.



Editor's Note: Walker previously wrote feature stories about the international drug trade published by Gangsters Inc. To view Walker's previous stories…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 17, 2011 at 3:30am — No Comments

Art Imitating Life Imitating Art

By David Amoruso



“Fuck you. Pay me.” You all know this line from the classic movie Goodfellas. In the movie a troubled bar owner asks Henry Hill and his mob superior Paul Cicero to become his partners so he falls under their protection and his business can flourish without harassment from other…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 13, 2011 at 4:00pm — 2 Comments

Run Silent. Run deep

By Thom L. Jones



The man standing on the beach is a deaf mute. He kills people for a living.



The beach is Ipanema, on the south side of Rio de Janeiro, and he's standing opposite Rua Garcia D'Ávila, where the volleyball school is located. He's a big man, well over six feet, weighing…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 12, 2011 at 9:57am — 1 Comment

Hampstead Blues

By Thom L. Jones



The bar to the right of the main entrance is the smaller of the two. It has carpet laid to deaden the sound. The walls are covered in pale oak panelling and there's a period fireplace, sofas in the corner and knockabout furniture scattered about. On the window-sills, and the…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 12, 2011 at 9:52am — No Comments

Bridge over Troubled Waters

By Thom L. Jones



The man in the leather coat walks down the quayside towards the bridges, the traffic movers. There are four of them that carry vehicles across the river: the Tyne, the biggest and most imposing by far (they cloned the Sydney Harbour Bridge from this one,) the Swing, the High…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 12, 2011 at 9:43am — 2 Comments

Snow Falling On Brooklyn

By Thom L. Jones



This story is a work of fiction. All the characters and events (except Carlo Gambino) are the product of the author's imagination.



They'd been sitting in the car for thirty minutes and…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 12, 2011 at 3:39am — 2 Comments

La Primula Rossa: The story of Luciano Leggio (Part 1)



Part One



By Thom L. Jones



There is only one Mafia, neither old or young, neither good nor bad, there is only the Mafia that is a criminal association.

Cesare Terranova. Order of Indictment gainst Luciano Leggio+115 August 1965, Antimafia: Doc.,Vol 4, t. XVII, pp 506ff.



Antonino Calderone, the under… Continue

Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 10, 2011 at 3:00am — No Comments

Will Historic Mob Bust Really Go Down As Historic?

By David Amoruso



It was the largest nationally coordinated crime bust in the FBI’s history. Over 800 agents of the FBI together with local, state, and other federal law enforcement officers, took part in raids on the early morning of January 20. Carrying arrest warrants for 127 organized crime figures connected to the five New York La Cosa Nostra families as…

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Added by Gangsters Inc. on February 2, 2011 at 7:00am — No Comments

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