Octopus: The Long Reach of the International Sicilian Mafia
Simon & Schuster, 1991 - 384 pagine
A shocking expose of how the Sicilian Mafia uses financial influence and ruthless violence to control the international narcotics trade. "The most definitive work yet published on the transformation of the old bootlegging and gambling Mafia into a multinational conglomerate".--The Washington Times.
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Late in 1982, a DEA undercover named Frank Panessa was sent into
Philadelphia for a try at Domenick Mannino. He didn't get Mannino-nobody has
yet-but he got what thousands of wiretaps in New York's Pizza Connection case
could never ...
Salvatore Inzerillo had been his great friend; he was very close to Gaetano
Badalamenti; he did business with (and introduced Panessa to) the Cherry Hill
Gambinos; and most of his heroin came from Salvatore Catalano's closest aides,
Panessa had found out until his mission was nearly over. And even then, it
profited only by a fluke. In the spring of 1983, the DEA, encouraged by Panessa's
progress, sent a second undercover named Steve Hopson into Philadelphia.
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Four years of exhaustive research in police records, court documents, and other archives has convinced Sterling, author of Terror Network ( LJ 3/15/81), that the Mafia operates a massive conspiracy ... Leggi recensione completa
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