Gangsters Inc. went online on July 12, 2001 and is run by David Amoruso. It focuses on global organized crime and the Mafia and has a large variety of authors who contribute articles, book excerpts, and photos (see list below) - All our content is original and exclusive. At Gangsters Inc. we prefer to provide our readers with long reads that give an in-depth look into organized crime. Besides our longer stories we also publish short profiles and news stories.
If you have any questions you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also e-mail us regarding contributing to this site as a writer or the placement of ads and promos.
David Amoruso holds a bachelor's degree in journalism. He is the co-author of The Encyclopedia Of International Organized Crime which was published in May 2005 and "Mafia: The Book the Mob Wouldn't Want Published" which was released in Australia in 2009. He writes for Mob Candy magazine and Tampa Mafia Magazine and Gorilla Convict. He has been consulted as an organized crime expert by media outlets from around the world including USA Today, BBC, and Discovery Channel. He also worked with Paramount Pictures brainstorming about possible ideas for a new motion picture about organized crime. Recently, he was named as an official Crime Beat Radio contributor and is featured on the show as a crime expert and co-host.
We are also on Twitter @GangstersIncWeb and available as a friend or like on Facebook
The following people contribute to this site - Click on a name to read that writer's short bio:
Joris van der Aa
Pierre de Champlain
Angelo Carmelo Gallitto
Thom L. Jones
Ron Fino (Gangsters Inc.'s very own expert on labor racketeering)
LeRon L. Barton
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