Cold War

Cold War

Organized crime in Canada has long been dominated by the Hells Angels and their friends in the Rizzuto crime family. Over the years, they have brought many street gangs into their alliance, most notably the Indian Posse, many sets of the Crips, the Independent Soldiers and the Red Scorpions. The key to their allegiance is that the Hells Angels and the Rizzutos could always get the commodities—marijuana, cocaine, meth, Ecstasy, cash, steroids—that fed organized… (more)

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Cold War’s assault of facts, bar-brawl play-by-plays and criminal nicknames (“Sasquatch,” “The Chess Player,” “Tony,” etc.) reads more like a series of bound-together Wikipedia entries. Worse than making Canadian crime seem sensational or glamorous, Cold War makes it seem altogether boring.

Book Details  

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers (February 03, 2015)

Language: English

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