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Sam Giancana was the most extravagant gangster of all. Mafia’s Greatest Hits s1e1: Sam Giancana
Sam Giancana had learnt his gangsta trade from Al Capone’s top enforcers. ibid.
Boss of the Chicago outfit. ibid.
He was well connected to the Kennedys ... Before voters went to the polls Giancana sent one of his men to spread $50,000. ibid.
Giancana called them G Men ... Kennedy was changing the game. ibid.
It wasn’t just the Mob who wanted Castro gone. ibid.
When a US government agency secretly commissions murder from gangsters, they should have seen trouble coming. ibid.
An injunction against lockstep surveillance was granted. ibid.
‘With Kennedy, a guy should take a knife and stab and kill that fucker.’ ibid. Sam Giancana, FBI tape
It hadn’t gone unnoticed that Giancana had asked Ruby for help from time to time. ibid.
Sam Giancana was at home ... He was cooking in his basement kitchen ... But the Mafia hadn’t finished with Sam Giancana. The way he was killed showed the Mob no longer trusted him to keep quiet. ibid.
Sam Giancana, leader of the Chicago Mafia. Clever. Most powerful mobster in America. Arrested more than 70 times for assault, larceny, bombing and murder, he personally tortured some of his victims. Thought responsible for 200 killings. Mobsters s1e2: Sam Giancana, Bio 2007
Sam Giancana was boss of the Chicago Mafia. And without doubt the most powerful gangster in America. ibid.
It’s the ultimate story of organised crime in America. ibid.
He became a gun for hire, a freelance enforcer who killed to order. ibid.
The Teamster’s pension fund controlled by Hoffa became a piggy-bank for Giancana. ibid.
Accardo was indicted on filing false tax returns. Mobsters s2e6: Tony Accardo
Sam Giancana, his number two man, was anything but discreet. ibid.
It was believed a hit on Giancana could come only from the top. ibid.
His death marked the end of the Capone-era gangsters. ibid.
Robert Kennedy never made it to Chicago, home of the crime boss he tried to destroy in the early sixties. Ever since his assassination, there has been speculation that Sam Giancana had a hand in it. The connection between Giancana and the Kennedys began many years earlier, when Joseph Kennedy and Sam Giancana were in the boot-legging business. Although they didn’t know each other, they shared a common interest – ambition. Sam Giancana the documentary
At about 10:30 on the evening of the 19th June 1975, an old friend visited Giancana in his basement kitchen. Sam cooked a snack of Italian sausages while they chatted. With his back to his visitor, Giancana attended to his cooking. The visitor pulled out a .22-calibre pistol, placed it on the back of his neck and pulled the trigger. ibid.
Giancana was head of the Chicago Mafia mob that had once been run by Al Capone. Joe Kennedy had asked him to support his son’s election campaign. JFK – The Scandals Revealed
‘Hey, Sam! How about a loan?’
‘Oh about $500.’
‘Whattaya got for collateral?’
‘How about an eye?’ Sam Giancana
Arrested more than 70 times for assault, larceny, bombing and murder, he personally tortured some of his victims, and is thought responsible for 200 killings. Reputations: Sam Giancana: The Gangster Who Dreamed, BBC 1996
Sam Giancana was boss of the Chicago Mafia. And without doubt the most powerful gangster in America. But what made Giancana different was not his violence but his dreams.
Giancana vanished into exile in Mexico, taking with him some of the deepest secrets of government. ibid.
Bootlegging had made him rich. ibid.
Sam Giancana was making a fortune in Havana. ibid.
Neither his caretaker nor police officers watching his house heard the six shots that killed Sam Giancana at midnight on June 19th 1975. ibid.
The sharp-dressing guy who takes way too little credit for way too much. Cross him once wake up dead – just ask Kennedy. Momo: The Sam Giancana Story, Youtube 1.49.03, 2011
Grew up in ‘the patch’ known as the Spaghetti belt where Italian immigrant came to recreate their past in broken down buildings. ibid.
‘Sam Giancana was the meanest, the toughest and the smartest of the 42 gang.’ ibid.
Sam was like a killer’s killer. ibid.
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Identical twins Doris and Yvette Gay always struggled to fit in. But when a man enters both their lives their strange behaviour turns dark. Soon a sinister plot emerges. Evil Twins s3e4: Hell Hath No Fury, Discovery 2015
Renwick [Gibbs] and the twins are ready to put their plan into motion … Renwick and Yvette approach Ann’s family home … Renwick and Yvette round up Ann’s mother, her sister Shamika and her brother William junior but the person they came for is missing … Renwick shoots Ann’s mother, brother and her 16-year-old sister execution style. ibid.
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Crying for the cameras. Lying to the public. And believing they’d get away with it. But liars transmit tiny signals. Faking It: Tears of a Crime s2e2, ID 2017
A missing mum and apparently distraught husband. A live TV appeal and what the camera wasn’t meant to catch. ibid.
Winchester in the south of England: Kirsi Gifford-Hull, a 39-year-old mother of two, is reported missing from her family home. As missing stories went, this one was rare. ibid.
‘Her husband had been having several affairs with women he had met on the internet and with prostitutes.’ ibid. profiler
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‘He would walk the streets in a bath-robe; he would urinate in public.’ Mobsters s1e12: Vinnie the Chin Gigante, Biography 2007
Gigante might be very sane and very dangerous. ibid.
Vito Genovese took Vinnie under his wing. ibid.
In 1959 prosecutors convicted the 30-year-old Gigante and his mentor 62-year-old Vito Genovese of heroin trafficking. ibid.
As Costello entered the lobby a large man [Gigante] stepped out of the shadows, raised his arm and said, ‘This is for you, Frank.’ Mafia’s Greatest Hits s1e6: Vito Genovese, 2012
The most dangerous gangster in America – Vito Genovese. ibid.
Genovese was a hitman for the greatest Mafia boss of them all – Charles Lucky Luciano. ibid.