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What does the CIA do? What hope is there for change? https:www.globalresearch.ca/the-cia-seventy-years-of-organized-crime/5613158 cia organisedcrime drugstrade operationphoenix afghanistan media whorunstheworld trump military plausibledeniability
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Day 8 of TheReadersBookNook October challenge: 'I'm into murders and executions, mostly' (true crime) . I was lucky enough to study under M Woodiwiss during my BA. Both of his books here are highly recommended . bookchallenge bookstagram bibliophile truecrime history books davidsimon thewire nicholasshaxson michaelwoodiwiss uwe universityofthewestofengland newyork newyorkcity brooklynbridge october autumn 2017 bookstack bookcover crime homicide thecorner drugcrime financialcrime organisedcrime organizedcrime
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Frank Costello was a wily old fox, respected for his intelligence. But Frank didn't always make the wisest choices, and at times his biggest weakness, his pride, got the best of him. In 1944, after picking up an envelope from Dandy Phil Kastel, that contained $27,200 in cash from their New Orleans operation; Costello left the money in a cab. The cabbie, Edward Waters, believed the money was counterfeit, and turned it over to the police. When Frank had realized what he had done, he made what was, after the Kefauver debacle, the biggest mistake of his career as boss, and put in a claim for the money. The newspapers jumped on the story and mayor La Guardia was quoted demanding, "I want to know where the bum got the money." Soon the tax man came calling and when all was said and done, Costello paid more in legal fees, taxes and heartache than the original amount lost. In one comical episode, Costello's lawyer recalled Frank blustering about his office wondering, "Why the hell didn't the idiot just keep it?" mafia cosanostra italianmafia philadelphia wiseguy italoamerican actuality fivefamilies philadelphiacrimefamily joeymerlino josephligambi instagangster instamafia instamob mob mafioso mafiosi newyorkmob lacosanostra boss omerta organisedcrime americanmafia
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regram national_crime_agency 3.7 tonnes of cocaine seized in mid Atlantic in international law enforcement operation. Acting on NCA intelligence, Spanish authorities seized the vessel approximately 400 miles off the Spanish coast. A search of the vessel revealed 165 packages hidden in a sophisticated concealment beneath the galley floor. Had the smuggling attempt been successful, once cut and sold the haul would have been worth over £200 million to organisedcrime
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3.7 tonnes of cocaine seized in mid Atlantic in international law enforcement operation. Acting on NCA intelligence, Spanish authorities seized the vessel approximately 400 miles off the Spanish coast. A search of the vessel revealed 165 packages hidden in a sophisticated concealment beneath the galley floor. Had the smuggling attempt been successful, once cut and sold the haul would have been worth over £200 million to organisedcrime
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“No one will ever kill me, they wouldn’t dare.” – Carmine Galante On July 12, 1979, Carmine Galante was assassinated just as he finished eating lunch on an open patio at Joe and Mary’s Italian-American Restaurant in Brooklyn. He was a major part in bringing heroin into the United States, from Sicily and he didn’t share any drug profits with the other families. mafia mob lacosanostra gangster organisedcrime
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One hundred buttons for a memorial project The Lakes School in Windermere are working on. One button represents one life. They need six million buttons. buttons rememberance lostlives casualtiesofwar murder organisedcrime war 6million 100lives representation history livesmatter worldwar2 ww2 tolearn
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25 Extremely Notorious Gangsters Gangsters are members of gangs or professional criminal organizations who are known for their involvement in the conduct of acts prohibited by law, especially assassination. For decades, these people have been active in several areas of the world particularly in Europe, Asia, United States and Latin America. Most of these gangsters have become infamous either because of the severity of crimes they committed in the past, the fashion through which they assassinated their victims, or because of the popularity of the people that they killed. Gangsters normally choose to become part of gangs as this provides them with a certain level of organization and support that they cannot get when they operate alone. Here is a list of the top 25 extremely notorious gangsters in history. queenscemetery mobsters mafia lacosanostra mob cosanostra profaci mobboss organisedcrime gangsters verybadthings murderinc thecommission restingplace
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