For authors Jerry Capeci and Tom Robbins, the long road to their fascinating new book about mafia boss Alfonso D'Arco, who became the federal government's most successful cooperator, began a decade ago. In Mob Boss: The Life of Little Al, the Man Who Brought Down The Mafia, which hits bookstores to ... More >>
Former FBI Mob investigator Lindley DeVecchio once again lets Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes have it for indicting him for getting to close to his prize informant. DeVecchio, appearing on Curtis Sliwa's talk show yesterday morning on AM 970, called Hynes "either incredibly stupid o ... More >>
A new book by a former FBI agent cleared of involvement in mafia murder conspiracies slams Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes for being "always more interested in publicity than doing his job," the Daily News reports today. Lindley DeVecchio also takes on one of Hynes' top prosecutors Michael ... More >>
For those who enjoy wiseguy swagger, the conversational nuggets revealed in this month's federal racketeering indictment in Brooklyn of a ring of Colombo crime family operatives are not to be missed. The best come from the mouth of a tough-talking leg-breaker named Teddy Persico Jr. Despite ... More >>
Mob mistress Linda Schiro told one murder tale the same way to everyone. Despite the holes in her story.
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A witness for the prosecution of an ex-FBI agent once told a different story
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Why does Walter Mack keep getting fired?
A talented mafioso who helped the FBI beat the KKK still haunts his ex-handlers
The Gospel According to John Gotti