In the 1950s, most large Police Departments had a few corrupt officers. We were not different here in Kansas City. We got a break in 1960 the city hired a square jawed and square in…

  In part 2, Frank goes into how his father groomed him as a teenager for the Outfit life and his adult life as a soldier in the Calabrese crew ran by his uncle, Nick…

Aaron and I interview Frank Calabrese Jr. and learn the inside story of what it is like to grow up in an Outfit family and then go into the family business. Frank Calabrese Sr. separated…

    In the second and final episode of famous Chicago television reporter, John Bulldog Drummond, the listener learns about covering the Chicago Outfit up close and personal. We also discover a situation where it…

  In the first a two-part show Aaron and I interview the well known colorful Chicago TV personality and reporter “Bulldog” John  Drummond. In this show, Bulldog tells about his early career, how he develops sources…

    This week we talk with our friend and regular contributor, retired F.B.I. agent William Ouseley. The topic is the formation of two law enforcement programs. The F.B.I. Top Hoodlum program and the local…

  On May 2, 1962, Chicago cops responded to a suspicious parties in a car call at 1750 Superior st. in Chicago. They encountered Chicago Outfit members Philip (Milwaukee Phil) Alderisio, an Outfit trigger-man and loan…

Morris A. Shenker was a St. Louis lawyer who represented Midwest mob figures in the 1950s and became a lawyer for Jimmy Hoffa and the $700 million Central States Teamster’s pension fund. He encouraged the…

In this third and final interview, we learn that the mob did not give nicknames to anyone except the people they believed were helping them in their skimming efforts so it is a bit suspicious…

In this second part of the Bill Ouseley interview, we learn more about the inner workings of Las Vegas casinos and Las Vegas politicians and why they were suspicious of Clean Face Harry Reid. Don’t…