The Squad: The US Government's Secret Alliance with Organized Crime

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SP Books, 1989 - Social Science - 304 pages
The author tells the blood-curdling story of his own active involvement in an assassination squad set up by covert government operatives to execute those Nazi war criminals whose arrest and trial would have been too messy for the U.S. government. Milan reveals that this execution squad worked with organized crime figures to get the job done.
 

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In one of the most successful prosecutions ever of organized crime, 17 members of the Philadelphia Mafia, including boss Nicky Scarfo, received long prison terms for murder and racketeering in 1988 ... Read full review

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This book is not an expose of governmental collusion with organized crime. The pretense is that the pseudonymous author was recruited by J. Edgar Hoover into a private "execution squad.'' Actually ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Mitchell Field
15
The Old Man
38
Le Vieux Carre
56
The Coffins
74
The Hilo Hotel
109
Kyoshi Moro
129
The Klan
164
The Court of Life
187
Hessian Tavern
205
Hate Incorporated
235
Kent State
254
The Company
274
The Good People
290
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