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The Irish Mob
A look at how Irish gangsters changed the face of organized crime in the US.
Owney 'Killer' Madden started out his career in crime with Gangs of New York outfit The Gophers before moving up in the world to open and own the world famous Cotton Club.
The Irish in Hell's Kitchen
Mickey Spillane was known as "the last of the gentleman gangsters". He ran the rackets in the Hell's Kitchen neighbourhood of New York.
The Irish Goodfellas
Danny Greene was known as the Celtic Warrior. He ran a criminal empire in Cleveland and took on the might of the Italian mob there with no fear at all.
Based in Canada the Stopwatch Gang got their name form the FBI as it's leader always wore a stopwatch around his neck and all bank robberies lasted no more than 90 seconds.
In Their Own Words
Pat Nee started out together with James 'Whitey' Bulger in the Winter Hill gang in South Boston but as Whitey started to introduce drugs to the community Nee tried to stop it.
America's Most Wanted
In a deathbed confession Frank 'the Irishman' Sheeran revealed his role in one of the great unsolved mysteries of the twentieth century: Who killed Jimmy Hoffa?
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