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The Homecoming Of An Urban Legend In Kansas City: Rackets Boss Eddie Cox Released From Prison Following Three Decades Inside

June 24, 2021 – Landmark Kansas City crime lord Eddie (Whitey) Cox, the only Caucasian shot caller in the history of the African-American underworld, walked free from federal prison after 30 years behind bars earlier this week. Cox’s reputation reached urban myth status on the street in the years preceding […]

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“Fat Chicky’s” Lawyer Questions Whether Feds Even Had The Right To Be Where They Discovered Gun, Ammo In ’19 Western Massachusetts Raid

June 17, 2021 – Springfield (MA) mob associate David (Fat Chicky) Cecchetelli came out swinging with what appears to be a very strong legal argument to get a gun and ammunition-possession charge thrown out of court. Fat Chicky Cecchetelli, a convicted mafia-sponsored bookmaker, was arrested in December 2019 for having […]

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Getting Closer To Freedom: U.S. District Court In Detroit Judge Slices Close To Four Years Off “Big Meech” Flenory’s BMF Drug Case

June 16, 2021 – Famous Black Mafia Family boss Demetrius (Big Meech) Flenory had his 30-year prison sentence reduced by almost four years by U.S. District Court Judge David Lawson this week. The iconic drug lord is a non-violent offender serving three decades as a guest of the federal government […]

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Feds Chalk Up A Victory In War On Pagan’s MC, Pittsburgh Chapter VP “Black Pat” Rizzo Cops A Plea In Gun & Drug Case

June 15, 2021 – The No. 2’s days on the street are numbered in Steel Town. Pittsburgh Pagan’s Motorcycle Club vice president Patrick (Black Pat) Rizzo pleaded guilty to weapons charges last week in federal court. The 46-year old biker gang leader and previously-convicted felon faces up to 10 years […]

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Alleged Detroit Mafia Don Wins Game Of Dodgeball With The Feds, Giacalone’s Check Clears, Keeps Him Free Man

June 11, 2021 — Reputed Detroit mob boss Jack (Jackie the Kid) Giacalone dodged the penitentiary by paying $12,000 to Uncle Sam last week related to a civil back-taxes case he’s been dealing with for the past four years. U.S. District Court Judge George Steeh held Giacalone in contempt several […]

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