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Mafia-owned strip in Montreal's Pierrefonds lands raises questions of city's plans for eco-territory

MONTREAL — The city is preparing a plan that has been in the works for a decade to conserve a lush landscape in one of the last large undeveloped natural spaces on Montreal Island. 1,834 more words

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Rival factions in recent Mafia war linked to Pierrefonds property

Enemy or business partner?

Apparently, in Montreal’s underworld these aren’t mutually exclusive categories.

A group of individuals and companies with ownership stakes in a parcel of undeveloped land the city of Montreal tried to buy are linked to opposing factions in a recent Mafia war. 810 more words

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The World of Shig Sato: Ses Fujimori and the yakuza

Yakuza.

In some countries it’s called tong, triad, mafia, la cosa nostra — in Japan it’s yakuza. Organized crime. As an institution, it is a part of the fabric of Japanese life. 442 more words

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Pointe-Claire bar co-owned by alleged head of drug trafficking ring faces liquor board hearings

A Dollard des Ormeaux businessman who is alleged to have been the head of a large-scale cocaine trafficking ring recently busted by police is the owner of a West Island bar that was already in trouble before his arrest. 885 more words

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Will the “Gay Mafia” Take Over America Again?

From New Eastern Outlook, by Gordon Duff, Jun 2015

A while ago Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House of Representatives during the “W” Bush administration was arrested by the FBI for fraud and money laundering charges. 1,265 more words

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A sizzling hot #bookseries. Filthy Marcellos @BethanyKris #Erotic #RomSus #Giveaway

Filthy Marcellos: La Cosa Nostra is not just a choice of regime and routine, it’s a culture. Born as mafia royalty, the Marcello brothers were raised ingrained with the beliefs and rules of what it meant to be a Mafioso prince. 1,889 more words

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this day in crime history: june 22, 2011

On this date in 2011, Whitey Bulger, the former head of Boston’s Winter Hill gang, was captured after sixteen years as a fugitive. For twelve of Bulger’s years on the run, he was featured on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list. 289 more words

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