Double Deal The Inside Story of Murder Unbridled Corruption and the Cop Who Was a Mobster review ´ 3

review Double Deal The Inside Story of Murder Unbridled Corruption and the Cop Who Was a Mobster

Double Deal The Inside Story of Murder Unbridled Corruption and the Cop Who Was a Mobster review ´ 3 ☆ An expose of organised crime and its unholy alliance with world leaders intelligence agencies and law enforcement Double Deal is a 40–year saga told with unflinching honesty byE force By the time Corbitt was appointed chief of police he'd also moved up the Outfit's ranks and was living the high life of a respected mobsterCorbitt's luck turned when he was indicted on charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder Although there was a mob contract on his life and he was facing a 20–year jail sentence he refused to testify against organised crime figures under the witness protection programme maintaining instead the Maf. At the end of this book the prosecutor who put Michael Corbitt away said the mystery is how a just God allows people likeMichael Corbitt to crawl on the face of the earth The prosecutor goes on to call Corbitt a prostitute with a badge which seems too kind as well actually So it's tough to get beyond the fact of reading the memoirs and justifications I didn't shoot her I just dumped the body in the canal of such an individual He was a corrupt cop from the word go installed by the mob to do their bidding and there's nothing nice he can say about himself that changes that though he tries That said if you have the stomach this does describe the day to day sleaze of organized crime in the 60s 70s 80s mostly around the Chicago area if you're interested

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Ioso's code of silence – until his release from prisonNow Corbitt breaks that silence holding back nothing–including the account of his personal involvement in the brutal murder of the wife of Chicago mob attorney Alan MastersCorbitt bares his soul confessing in graphic – sometimes horrific – detail a life lived as both saint and sinner a life that moved back and forth between the conflicting worlds of the police officer and the gangster with ease. Great book about the Chicago mob and how corrupt the police force was in the 50's and 60's This book gives great insight on looked over mobster Hy Larner Everyone focuses on Tony Accardo and Sam Giancana but Hy Larner was the true genius behind the coin operated and gambling empire in Chicago and around the world This is one of the few books that the author dosen't paint himself to be an angel

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Double Deal The Inside Story of Murder Unbridled Corruption and the Cop Who Was a MobsterAn expose of organised crime and its unholy alliance with world leaders intelligence agencies and law enforcement Double Deal is a 40–year saga told with unflinching honesty by mob insider and former Chicago chief of police Michael CorbittGrowing up poor and angry Michael Corbitt fought his way up the ranks of greasers and street gangs until he attracted the attention of Chicago crime boss Sam Giancana who placed him on the Willow Springs Illinois polic. Growing up poor and angry Michael Corbitt fought his way up the ranks of greasers and street gangs until he attracted the attention of Chicago crime boss Sam Giancana who placed him on the Willow Springs Illinois police force By the time Corbitt was appointed chief of police he'd also moved up the Outfit's ranks and was living the high life of a respected mobsterCorbitt's luck turned when he was indicted on charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder Although there was a mob contract on his life and he was facing a 20 year jail sentence he refused to testify against organised crime figures under the witness protection programme maintaining instead the Mafioso's code of silence until his release from prisonNow Corbitt breaks that silence holding back nothing including the account of his personal involvement in the brutal murder of the wife of Chicago mob attorney Alan MastersCorbitt bares his soul confessing in graphic sometimes horrific detail a life lived as both saint and sinner a life that moved back and forth between the conflicting worlds of the police officer and the gangster with ease