Documentary

Ten Commandments of the Mafia

In Palermo, Sicily, on November 7, 2007, Italian police discovered a secret Mafia code of conduct. Now for the first time, learn from former mobsters what the rules of membership are, how they work and what happened to mobsters when they questioned the ‘Ten Commandments of the Mafia’. Listen...
Posted 13 Oct 2012 | Documentary | 0 Comments

Mini Bio: Raymond Patriarca

Raymond Loreda Salvatore Patriarca, Sr. (March 18, 1908 – July 11, 1984) was a Providence, Rhode Island mobster who became the longtime boss of the Patriarca crime family, whose control extended throughout New England for over three decades. One of the most powerful crime bosses in the United States,...
Posted 11 Aug 2012 | Documentary, Gangster | 0 Comments

Al Capone: The Untouchable Legend

Posted 11 Jun 2012 | Documentary | 0 Comments

John Gotti

  John Gotti was born in the Bronx on October 27, 1940. His family moved into a tough neighborhood in Brooklyn when he was 12. John began to love the streets and dropped out of school in 8th grade. After spending years performing small crimes and gaining respect in...
Posted 01 May 2011 | Documentary, Mafiosi | 0 Comments

The FBI’s Wiseguy

The FBI undercover agent who brought down high-level mobsters tells how he infiltrated the Gambino family and shows his face for the first time, undeterred by the Mafia’s penchant for revenge. Armen Keteyian reports.
Posted 30 Apr 2011 | Documentary, Featured | 0 Comments

Crime Inc The True Story of The Mafia Part 1

The real story behind the Mob with interviews with former mafia boss Jimmy The Weasel Fratianno, archive home movies and FBI surveillance footage. With archive film including home movies and FBI surveillance material the award-winning Crime Inc. tell the true story behind the world’s most powerful crime syndicate, The...
Posted 30 Apr 2011 | Documentary | 0 Comments

Prohibition Documentary

In 1920, Americans ratified the 18th amendment to the Constitution, making it illegal to manufacture, sell, transport, import, or export drinking alcohol. Prohibition, as it was popularly known, proved impossible to enforce, as tens of millions of normally law-abiding Americans either broke the law or abetted those who did....
Posted 20 Nov 2010 | Documentary | -
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