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No Surrender MC Gang

In Part 2, David Amoruso continues the story of Dutch master criminal Willem Holleeder and how he became the leader of a major Dutch motorcycle gang called the No Surrender. and eventually challenged the American based Hells Angels. Along the way, we learn that Willem Holleeder becomes an extortionist of wealthy European real estate investors. Holleeder went into business with a real estate businessman named Willem Endstra and involved him in money laundering. Holleeder had a dispute with Endstra and he became an informant about Holleeder and his criminal activities. Holleeder has Endstra and another partner murdered while they are on holiday in Thailand.

By 2006, Dutch police have charged Holleeder with murder and extortion and his trial was dubbed the trial of the century. Holleeder’s lawyer, Bram Moszkowicz, argued that media pronunciations on Holleeder as one of the “topcriminelen” had prejudiced the case against him.

I recommend you go to David’s website, Gangstersinc by clicking here. David has written about American gangsters and famous American crimes as well as the La Cosa Nostra, Camorra and ‘Ndrangheta in Italy and Sicily and other European criminal organizations.

Don’t forget to listen to Aaron on the Big Dumb Fun Show.

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I was introduced to some new technology recently. A representative from www.bublup.com   and asked if I would create a Bublup roll titled the Kansas City Crime Family. Since then I have created a few more Bublup Rolls. In each “Roll” I insert either a link to a YouTube video, a Podcast episode, a website, an image or a video. Each roll contains a curated list of links for the subject. Since that time. I created a Chicago Outfit Roll, A Las Vegas Mob roll, a Top 10 Mafia Podcast roll, and a Favorite True Crime Podcats roll.

Below are links to my Bublup Rolls.

Kansas City Crime Family

Las Vegas Mob

Chicago-Outfit

Top 10 Mafia-Podcast

True Crime Podcast

 

Let me know if you want me to add any links.

 

Gary

 

 

Attribution: American Rifleman

When researching organized crime murders, sometimes there are clues that tip us off to what may have really happened. We recently discussed the Wild Bunch, a crew of Chicago Outfit hitmen in the 1970s, and that touched back to an earlier series on Wild Bunch member and notorious killer Harry “The Hook” Aleman. Let’s look at one murder attributed to him.

Nick “Keggie” Galanos was a bookmaker who was shot nine times in the head in his basement on August 30, 1975 with a .45 caliber pistol. Outfit bosses likely ordered this hit because Galanos was taking bets in Forest Park, where the bosses lived—that was a big no-no. The Chicago Crime Commission puts this killing to Harry Aleman, but there’s a good chance he had help…

In 1975, there were really only two .45s on the market, the M1911 holding of 7+1 rounds, or the M1917 revolver, holding six rounds. Both were concealable, easily available, and fairly cheap, because of surplus from WW2. Lots of crimes throughout the 50s-70s committed with .45. After the 80s, there were 9mm.

Galanos was shot nine times in his basement, and the two .45s only hold eight and six rounds each, so there’s a good chance there was more than one gun…unless the shooter emptied the pistol into Galanos’ head, reloaded, then shot some more into his body on the ground. The killer could have used a MAC-10, they were available, but the problem is, they fire 1090 rounds per minute and are hard to control…there would be bullets everywhere.

So it probably wasn’t a MAC-10 sub-machine gun, and the killer probably didn’t take time to reload a random number of bullets just to keep shooting into a dead body. We know the Wild Bunch worked in twos or threes, so if we know all of that, it’s a good guess that if Harry killed Nick Galanos, he didn’t do it alone.

The mob has had a lot of practice keeping things hidden. Even when guys testify, they can’t always be trusted to tell the whole truth. We should try to use all of the details we can. This is just a theory though, perhaps Gangland Wiretappers have others?

This article was written by our new blogger Chicago based writer and Outfit researcher Camillus Robinson.

 

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Gangland Wire

A great short documentary on murder and other crimes committed by the Chicago Outfit.

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Gangland Wire

This program starts on Saturday November 24 with a 1:00 PM screening of Gangland Wire, the story of the River Quay Mob War followed by a 3:45 panel discussion with Kansas City Mob historians Bill Ouseley, Terence O’Malley and Gary Jenkins. This panel discussion will be followed by a screening of the Kansas City Mafia documentary, Black Hand – Strawman: The History of Organized Crime in Kansas City. One ticket price gets you both films plus the panel discussion by these mob experts. Come for all or whatever part you want to see.

On the second day, Sunday November 25, the program will start with the screening of Black Hand Strawman at 1:30 followed by a Q & A with filmmaker Terence O’Malley. At 3:45 Gangland Wire will screen and be followed by a Q & A with filmmaker Gary Jenkins. One ticket price gets you both films and discussions.

Kansas City Mafia Film Festival

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I was invited to do a Facebook Live interview with KC Star reporter, Ian Cummings. This is called the Beer Hour and we met at the craft beer joint called the Kansas City Bier Company. I talk about my career in the KCPD Intelligence Unit working with the FBI to investigate the “River Quay Mob War” and the mob war between the Nick Civella faction and the Spero brothers. I also tell Ian how in the investigation of these mob activities we discovered the existence of Mafia skimming from Las Vegas casinos as depicted in the well known DeNiro film, Casino.

I tell how I got started with filming documentaries on antebellum Civil War life in Missouri and the Western Underground Railroad along the Missouri/Kansas border.

Beer Hour with KC mob expert Gary Jenkins

Tune in to Beer Hour as guest host Ian Cummings chats with former Kansas City police detective and local mob expert Gary Jenkins, live from Kansas City Bier Company. Jenkins will talk about the Kansas City mob’s historic links with Las Vegas casinos in the 1970s, and other interesting bits of local lore.

Posted by The Kansas City Star on Thursday, September 28, 2017

Below is the schedule of my appearance on the Come to the Table Podcast hosted by Dr. Paul.

interview will be played on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday (February 28, and March 1 and 2, 2018)), on “Dr. Paul’s Family Talk” at the following times (all times are EST Detroit times):

WEDNESDAY
11:00 a.m. (LIVE Show)
3:00 P.M.
8:00 p.m.

THURSDAY
2:00 a.m.
5:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m

FRIDAY
2:00 a.m.
5:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

 

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(click on LISTEN LIVE)

Or go straight to the live stream at:

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George Peter Metesky became known in the press as the Mad Bomber when he  terrorized New York City for 16 years in the 1940s and 1950s with explosives that he planted in phone booths, storage lockers, and restrooms in public buildings, including Grand Central TerminalPennsylvania StationRadio City Music Hall, the New York Public Library, the Port Authority Bus Terminal and the RCA Building, and in the New York City Subway. Metesky also bombed movie theaters, where he cut into seat upholstery and slipped his explosive devices inside. Watch the below film and learn how law enforcement made use of a psychological profile to catch this disgruntled employee of the Con-Edison electric utility. New York City residents were terrorized for 16 years by 33 bombs planted by the mad bomber.

 

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