Category: Mob Hits

Hoffa Tipster Dies, Detroit Dope Peddler Pointed Feds Towards Hidden Dreams Ranch In ‘06

September 10, 2019 — They never found Jimmy Hoffa on his tip, nonetheless it earned him his freedom. Convicted drug dealer Don Wells, 88, died of natural causes last week in Detroit, 13 years after his debriefing with the FBI sent agents scurrying to dig up the former farm of a Hoffa ally-turned-enemy in search
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The Rolling Stones Vs. The Hells Angels: Mick Jagger Dodged Murder Contract From Mad Bikers In 1970s

September 9, 2019 —- The Rolling Stones’ famous frontman Mick Jagger narrowly avoided being killed in a dispute with the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club in the 1970s, according to a new podcast interview with former Hells Angels Ventura chapter boss George Christy. The beef stemmed from $50,000 in legal fees accrued by the Hells Angels
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Breaking The Seal By Breaking An Oath: Philly Don Natale Was First Boss To Flip In Fall Of ’99

September 8, 2019 — Behind bars and abandoned by his men, embattled Philadelphia mob don Ralph Natale became the first official American mafia boss to flip when he cut a deal with the feds 20 years ago this month. In September 1999, Natale, a polished and gregarious gangland chief known for keeping physically fit and
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Hustle Or Die: Pleas Keep Piling Up As Four Corner Hustlers Trial Approaches In Chicago

August 22, 2019 — Another member of the Four Corner Hustlers street gang pleaded guilty to a federal drug and racketeering indictment this week, shedding one more co-defendant for an upcoming pair of trials which started with 11 alleged “Hustlers” ready to face a jury and is now down to six. The No. 1 target
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