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19,607.  It would take several more years before FSU became official in Philadelphia.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia)  Gangland: Rage Against Society

 

 

19,608.  Philadelphia 1964: over the course of ten years Nicky Scarfo had become an up and coming member of the Nob.  But Scarfo was reckless ... The 35-year-old had the reputation of becoming a hot-head.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  Mobsters: Nicodemo Scarfo

 

19,609.  He had a high voice and a complex about his height.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

19,610.  Over the course of the next decade developers expected to spend more than one billion dollars constructing casinos [Atlantic City].  That meant big money for Nicky Scarfo’s construction company Scarf Inc.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

19,611.  The outcast wanted to be boss.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

19,612.  A federal indictment had revealed the ties between the Mayor of Atlantic City – Michael Matthews – and the Philadelphia Mob.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.   

 

 

19,613.  Nicky Scarfo was probably the most violent American Mafia boss in the past half-century.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  George Anastasia, Philadelphia Inquirer 

 

 

19,614.  It’s 1980 and the United States government is locked in a battle to the death with New York's five major crime families.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  Inside the American Mob III: New York-Philly War, National Geographic 2013

 

19,615.  One of the most prominent figures in the Philly Mob decides to cooperate with the United States government: Crazy Phil.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

19,616.  Bruno was known in Philadelphia as the docile Don.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

19,617.  Phil Testa becomes the new boss of Philadelphia ... Who killed Phil Testa?  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

19,618.  The body count keeps rising.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

19,619.  Scarfo and his gang were raking in millions.  (Gangsters: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Mafia)  ibid.

 

 

19,620.  I was with the Philadelphia police attempting to understand why the city has one of the highest rates of violent crime and homicide in America.  (Gangstas: Philadelphia & Philadelphia)  Louis Theroux: Law and Disorder in Philadelphia, BBC 2008

 

19,621.  ‘They are people who made bad decisions, bad choices, and now they have to survive’.  (Gangstas: Philadelphia & Crime)  ibid.  rozzer

 

 

19,622.  The killers all belonged to the Nation of Islam’s Temple 12 in Philadelphia … the Black Mafia.  (Gangstas: Philadelphia & Philadelphia & Nation of Islam)  American Gangster: Philadelphia’s Black Mafia

 

19,623.  Extortion was the Black Mafia’s first big racket.  (Gangstas: Philadelphia & Philadelphia)  ibid.

 

19,624.  The most infamous of all Black Mafia crimes had nothing to do with money.  It was an unspeakable act of vengeance against a critic of Nation of Islam leader – the honourable Elijah Muhammad.  (Gangstas: Philadelphia & Philadelphia)  ibid.

 

19,625.  Raking in $90,000 a week in extortion and heroin money, according to authorities.  (Gangstas: Philadelphia & Philadelphia)  ibid.

 

 

43,904.  Philadelphia: the city of brotherly love ... more than 430,000 Philly residents live in poverty.  (Drugs & Philadelphia & Gangstas)  Philly Dope: Drugs Inc, National Geographic 2014

 

43,905.  An explosion in the number of opiate junkies now searching for a cheaper fix.  Dealers have turned Kensington into a giant drug drive through.  (Drugs & Philadelphia & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

43,906.  Philadelphia has one of the highest rates of PCP abuse in the US.  (Drugs & Philadelphia & Gangstas)  ibid.

 

 

84,995.  ’Cause I live and breathe this Philadelphia freedom

From the day that I was born I've waved the flag

Philadelphia freedom took me knee high to a man, yeah

Gave me a piece of mama, daddy never had.  Elton John, Philadelphia Freedom

 

 

84,996.  I once spent a year in Philadelphia.  I think it was on a Sunday.  W C Fields

 

 

84,998.  Last week, I went to Philadelphia, but it was closed.  W C Fields

 

 

84,997.  I can play anywhere.  First, third, left-field, anywhere but Philadelphia.  Richie Allen

 

 

84,999.  It is a handsome city, but distractingly regular.  After walking about it for an hour or two, I felt that I would have given the world for a crooked street.  The collar of my coat appeared to stiffen, and the brim of my hat to expand, beneath its Quakerly influence.  Charles Dickens, American Notes

 

 

97,292.  In Philadelphia where my journey begins, American revolutionaries declared independence … I continue through the American Civil War battlefield of Gettysburg before turning south to Baltimore in Maryland.  (Railways & Philadelphia)  Michael Portillo, Great American Railroad Journeys VIII: Philadelphia to Atlantic City

  

97,293.  Philadelphia is also known as ‘the city of neighborhoods’.  (Railways & Philadelphia & Neighbour)  ibid.    

 

 

122,368.  North Philadelphia: ‘I like to get away from the real world as much as I can.’  (Survival & Philadelphia & Reality & Neighbour)  Storyville: Quest: Surviving in America, BBC 2018, Rainey

 

122,369.  ‘I love north Philly.  This is the neighbourhood we’ve living in all our lives … North Philly is definitely a tough neighbourhood … You see people getting shot right in front of you.'  (Survival & Philadelphia & Reality & Neighbour)  ibid.