Originally Posted By: DickNose_Moltasanti
Whats your book called?
Originally Posted By: ukthesis

I've no idea where these error-ridden statements came from but they need to read my book:

Luciano also recognized that help should be welcomed from any useful sources, including non-Sicilians and even non-Italians. Thats why he nominated Al Capone as chairman of the Commission, and included Jews like Meyer Lansky, Lepke Bucholter, Dutch Shultz and Bugsy Siegel in Commission meetings.


Its David Critchleys "The Origin of Organized Crime".
The book is extremly interesting. Very well researched.
With all the researching, it took the author close to 10 years to write it.


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