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Ever "Met" A Notorious Criminal?

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Old 04-12-2012, 08:26 PM   #31
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My grandfather used to cook for the NY mob. MY father used to play poker with some of the up and coming mobsters. We moved from NYC to CA to keep my older brother out of the mob. My Godfather was a "Godfather". One of my uncles did time because he would not talk. When he got out he was made a union rep. You want names; Bonanno, Gambino, Luciano and more that weren't so notorious. My father was not involved with the mob as a member and did not want my brother and I involved so he distanced us from them.
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Old 04-13-2012, 05:58 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by winds-of-change View Post
I don't think anyone from "The Mob" would harm a child or some younger person doing some honest work. Truly, even they have some rules of conduct.
No, I know. I've met quite a few mob guys in my life, and mostly they're ok unless you p*ss the off.

The "confusion" I had (for a lack of a better term) was that I wasn't the only kid in the neighborhood that shoveled. I was the only Italian kid there....

And no, not coke. I may let my morals take a vacation to suit my needs, but not my ethics. I refuse to be involved with drugs (unless those drugs are nicotine and caffine).
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Jamie McCosky. Texas Death Row inmate #999053 Kidnapped and couple, stabbed the man to death and raped the woman. Was in jail on a previous kidnapping when I was a Corrections Officer (1984). Had to fight his sorry azz when he went after a trustee. It will be a good day when he gets strapped down for the last time.

James Carl Lee Davis. Texas Death Row inmate #786. Beat three children to death during a Burglary. Raped and sodomized the 15 year old during his spree. He was on the same post as the above DB. Freaky scary dude that was not quite connected to reality. I was one of the few he would not fight. For some reason I could talk to him. He took the dirt nap 9-9-97.
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