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G-Men and Gangsters is a chilling account of the illusive partnership between the FBI Boston Bureau and Irish gangsters in order to infiltrate and topple the Italian-American Mafia. The FBI's intent to bring down the La Cosa Nostra in Boston resulted in the affiliation of law enforcement agents and the country's most unscrupulous gangsters, Whitey Bulger and his posse. G-Men and Gangsters reveals the bureau's perverse abuse of power and its willingness to use unlawful tactics to gain its objectives. The scandal shook both organizations and resulted in the convictions of top FBI officials and mobsters. The book is full of shocking revelations and raises questions about the government's possible reluctance to apprehend Bulger, America's most wanted fugitive criminal.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1" Width: 6" Height: 9" Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2004
Publisher Seven Locks Press
ISBN 1931643407 ISBN13 9781931643405
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Can The FBI survive GMEN & GANGSTERS Jul 12, 2004
Dominic Spinale's gripping tale comes face to face with the fact that member s of The FBI consider their careers more important then the law. The FBI was obsessed with bringing down The Mafia. John Connoly an FBI agent who grew up in Boston, and was a boyhood friend of Whitery Bulger, a notorious Boston criminal, who's brother was The President of The State Senate of Massachusetts. (and later The President of The U of Massachusetts) He made Whitey Bulger and his cohert Steve Flemmi FBI informants. The problem was that Whitey commited robbery, rape, and murder, with The FBI's knowldege and in some cases participation. This compelling well written book shows how corrupt The FBI was/is It's a great read