Category: Mafia Insider

Chicago G-Man Pete Wacks, Agent Responsible For Removing Mob From Las Vegas, Passes Away

January 28, 2020 — Retired FBI agent and famed Midwest mob buster Pete Wacks died of natural causes last week at 79. Born and raised in New York City, Wacks worked the Chicago mob for 30 years, joining the office in 1966 fresh out of Syracuse Law School. He finally hung up his spurs as
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The Mob & The Beverly Hills Friars Club: Johnny Roselli Caught Cheating Hollywood In ’60s Card-Game Scam

January 25, 2020 – The mob-infused Beverly Hills Friars Club fixed card-game scandal rocked the L.A. entertainment scene as well as certain major sectors of the Midwest mob when it broke in the late 1960s. Storied mafia figure John (Handsome Johnny) Roselli and Las Vegas mob front man Maurice (Fat Maury) Friedman were busted in
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The San Francisco 49ers & The Mob: Super Bowl Team’s Ownership Group Has Alleged Dark History

January 24, 2020 – The DeBartolo name is synonymous with the San Francisco 49ers of the NFL, real estate wealth and in some circles, suspicion of mob ties. The 49ers will be making their seventh appearance in the Super Bowl next Sunday under the DeBartolo family ownership, currently one-point underdogs to the Kansas City Chiefs,
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Kansas City Chief’s Last Trip To Super Bowl In 1970 Plagued By Mob-Gambling Undertones

January 21, 2020 — The last time the Kansas City Chiefs made the Super Bowl a half-century ago, their star quarterback entered the showdown with the Minnesota Vikings hounded by questions of mob links. The turbo-charged Chiefs beat the Tennessee Titans 35-24 back on Sunday to punch their first ticket to the big game in
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