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From The East Coast, The Outlaws MC Move Like Ninjas Into More Midwest Outposts Under Tommy O’s Reign

September 4, 2021 — The Outlaws Motorcycle Club have quietly launched a Midwest expansion campaign in the shadow of the club’s push into New England and the seat of power in the Outlaws shifting to Western New York. The club has opened a half-dozen new chapters across Indiana, Ohio and […]

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Healthcare Curriculum: Buffalo Mafia’s ‘Teach’ Masechia Battling Cancer, Avoids Prison Time For Now

September 3, 2021 – Reputed Buffalo mob figure, narcotics trafficker and high school teacher Michael Masecchia has cancer and his chemotherapy treatments will delay his sentencing on drug and weapons charges for at least a year. The 55-year old “Teach” Masecchia pleaded guilty to marijuana dealing and illegal gun possession […]

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Ray Of Light: “Joe Shine’s” Grandson Avoids Prison In Chicago Outfit’s ’19 Bookmaking Case Out Of Cicero Crew

August 28, 2021 – Chicago mob associate and former Melrose Park police officer John Amabile was spared prison time for his role in a mafia-related sports gambling operation last week. U.S. District Court Judge Martha Pacold instead sentenced him to six months on home confinement and three years probation. Federal […]

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NYC Mob Boss Persico Probably Wasn’t A Rat After All, Ace Reporter Capeci Heads Disputing Of NY Daily News Story

August 27, 2021 – The Dean of American mob writing himself, Jerry Capeci, is at the forefront of a movement to discredit the New York Daily News’ bombshell frontpage story last week declaring deceased Colombo crime family don Carmine (The Snake) Persico a confidential informant for the FBI. The original […]

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Hall Of Fame Boxer Julio Cesar Chavez Told El Chapo “Get Me More Cocaine, Or Get Out Of My Party,” After Beating Macho Camacho In ’92

August 27, 2021 – Mexican boxing legend Julio Cesar Chavez partied with a cadre of Narcos kingpins the night he defeated Hector (Macho) Camacho in Las Vegas in 1992 to retain his WBC lightweight crown and was soon so hooked on cocaine he lost his belt, according to a new […]

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