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Organized Crime - Real Life
10 minutes ago
https://www.thedailybeast.com/famil...-of-hiding-just-a-call-would-kill-us-all

The family of Tommaso Buscetta, whose testimony sent more than 400 gangsters to prison, has come out of hiding long enough to tell their story in an eye-opening new documentary.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
47 minutes ago
Costello was said never to use bodyguards because they'd be the first to be gotten to by enemies and end up taking him out.
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Other Mob Films/Books/TV
2 hours ago
I'm reading this ATM.

What do other guy's think of it?

I don't think I've ever heard it discussed on here.

So far it strikes me as a less in-depth version of Five Families (which is not necessarily an insult).
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Organized Crime - Real Life
2 hours ago
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General Discussion / Other
3 hours ago
Had lunch in Dallas with a long time friend. Ate meatloaf and mashed potatoes. Great time.
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BB Word Games
4 hours ago
A: Nicky to guys who were trying to steal $200,000 from casino

Q: well I need a lot....I need $25,000.
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Sports
4 hours ago
i really really hope messi will win the copa america !
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Food & Drink
4 hours ago
Originally Posted by Irishman12
Originally Posted by DuesPaid
Had a very desirable Lobster Roll today.

This place on Long Island makes the best, not all that chopped and mush crap, large pieces of lobster in a very light dressing with finely thin sliced celery.
Served on a croissant 🥐.
Outstanding.


Wow, sounds amazing DP!


It really is , a hidden treasure.... if ever round here you must make sure to hit me up and we go.
Its a Summer thing, they only serve it for a few Months a year.
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BB Word Games
4 hours ago
Commission and ask
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Movies & Television
4 hours ago
Attack of The 50 foot Women,
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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 09:58 PM
Originally Posted by CartelSpy
Originally Posted by Ciment
https://www.breitbart.com/border/20...n-in-cancun-ambush-mexican-state-police/

Watch: Cartel Gunmen in Cancún Ambush Mexican State Police

The cartels are probably the most armed and well trained criminal insurgency out there . The other groups like the Brazilian drug traffickers don't have the same resources or military connections to arm or group themselves as a criminal insurgent(cy) .


The Colombians in the past with the auc and farc.
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General Discussion / Other
Yesterday at 08:38 PM
Machine Gun Kelly - Hollywood Whore
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The Godfather Trilogy
Yesterday at 07:26 PM
Originally Posted by mustachepete
There might be a long-standing cooperation with the state: bring construction money in, hold ultimate control, but do it all through respectable third parties so that regulators aren't constantly nagged about connections between the casinos and underworld figures.

Interesting point, Pete. After gambling was legalized in 1931, the Nevada Legislature put oversight into the Tax Commission. Oversight was lax--they didn't look too closely at gaming license applicants as long as they were going to bring taxable income into the state. But, as you imply, the gangsters may have had a quid pro quo with the state to use front men for licensing purposes in order not to call attention to the cozy relationship. That changed in '58, when, after embarrassing revelations about OC involvement in Nevada gambling, the Legislature took control out of the Tax Commission and put it into a new Gaming Commission, which had real regulatory teeth. Harry Reid, former US Senate Majority Leader, was an early chief of the Gaming Commission.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 04:42 PM
https://timesofsandiego.com/crime/2...d-to-seizure-of-13000-pounds-of-cocaine/

Accused Drug Trafficker Faces Charges in Case That Led to Seizure of 13,000 Pounds of Cocaine
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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 04:09 PM
It's a documantery about Jalisco Nueva Generation recruitment based on false advertising . It's a bit shocking but ruthless .

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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 03:38 PM
He looks like someone who would smell bad.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 02:23 PM
Originally Posted by pmac
Pretty strange the providence leader is 28 seems like there's a lot of them down there. The guy in charge of my area is young to I think like 38ish


Its because Joe has the juice on the street. Stevie Lancia is his uncle and patch member. He owns a condo building in Providence where alot of the members take residency. I asked the same question way back when about how young he is to be a president. What I heard was he went after a rival gang from out of state. Tuned them up pretty good. And caught the attention of a major California chapter. So he's got huge backing.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 01:29 PM
Originally Posted by Hollander
Interesting I read that other cocaine traffickers pay the 'Ndrangheta a fee to work on the EU.


I found it hard to believe , foreign groups in Italy pay for sure , and maybe some parts of EU where 'Ndrangheta have strong presence and control of ports.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 12:53 PM
Originally Posted by Hollander
Luigi Torino, 41, was shot Thursday night in Miano, in the Rione San Gaetano area, a northern suburb of Napels. The victim, who has a criminal record, was led to the emergency room of the Cardarelli hospital, he was assisted by doctors and is currently hospitalized for observation. It is not life threatening.


Luigi is the son of the ex boss Salvatore Torino who for over ten years is a collaborator of justice.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
Yesterday at 12:03 AM
Originally Posted by Strax
Originally Posted by Hollander
@ Strax, don't forget Dragan Ilic. Very wealthy gangster living in Argentina he has a good relationship with the leaders of the cocaine cartels. His connection with Joca began in the Netherlands and continued throughout the following years.



I know him personally, he is a billionaire , we met at a private party in Belgrade. He is from Nis. He is very powerful , but looks like almost everyone close to Joca got killed? And after so many years in prison , question is , how powerful he really is in Amsterdam today.


On both sides many were killed Yugoslavs and Dutchmen. He has to be careful, Jocic, Barsoum and Van Hout, before he became an alcoholic, were amiable, friendly guys besides the usual drug stuff they were also big in gambling and prostitution.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
06/14/19 09:26 PM
I would love to hear all of the Castellano tapes...
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Other Mob Films/Books/TV
06/14/19 05:09 PM
Originally Posted by Scorsese
Originally Posted by dominic_calabrese
Sounds like historical revisionism.

its a fictional tv show.


Yes and yes.

They already did that with the second season of the show, set in the 1970s, where the KC-based “mafia” plays a pivotal role.

Surprisingly none of its members were of Italian decent. They were a melting-pot outfit of Jewish, black, Asian and Anglo-German leaders and hitmen.

Diversity was their strength...

I guess that whatever happened in the 1950s messed them up real bad.
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Organized Crime - Real Life
06/14/19 02:55 PM
^^^^
Theft - Fraud and Theft Investigation Leads to Arrest – Update 1

https://www.niagarapolice.ca/en/news/index.aspx?newsId=b18382cb-64a9-4623-80c7-40071e93f452
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The Godfather Trilogy
06/14/19 12:16 PM
I didn't know Sofia played Mary in II she looked older than Sofia's two years
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Organized Crime - Real Life
06/14/19 11:09 AM
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