Category: International

Iraqi-Christian Felons In Detroit Being Ripped From Their Families & Told They Are Being Deported To Very Dangerous Ground

At the top of the list of pending Iraqi deportees from Detroit in grave danger if he gets shipped back to his former Baghdad home is Lou Akrawi, a one-time sworn enemy of the state when the Baath Party was in power and controversial Christian-Iraqi community leader in Southeastern Michigan for over the past four
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The One & Only ‘El Chapo’ Talks: Historic Drug Boss Caught On Wire With Chicago Twins Talking Business

The downfall of Joaquin (El Chapo) Guzman, the world’s biggest drug lord in modern history, can ultimately be traced to his relationship with the young, savvy and industrious Flores brothers in Chicago, his main wholesale supply dispensers in the United State during the 2000s. Pedro (Little Pete) Flores and Margarito (Junior) Flores, identical 34-year-old twins
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A Quarter Century Of Murder In The Magaddino Crime Family: Buffalo Mob Hit Timeline (1974-1999)

The Buffalo mafia was treacherous terrain in the late-20th Century, from the time surrounding the 1974 passing of crime family namesake Stefano (The Undertaker) Magaddino until the start of the New Millennium, the Italian mob in western New York averaged roughly one gangland murder per year, with the 1970s and 80s being particularly brutal on the streets of Buffalo. May 8,
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Gangster Report Movie Review (Podcast Edition): The Infiltrator Explores Dangerous Undercover Work In 1980s War On Drugs

The Gangster Report’s Scott M.Burnstein  & Al Profit discuss the new Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) film The Infiltrator about a U.S. Customs Agent who went undercover into Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Drug Cartel in the 1980s in this new episode of their brand new podcast series the Remix Lounge (click here to listen).
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